How To Make HypoGal’s Best Anti-Inflammatory Treatment, Turmeric Ginger Tea
I realize steroids have trade-offs. Still, I have chosen to take steroids daily for the past fourteen years. If I did not swallow the steroid dose my body needs each day I would be dead. So, I am grateful there is a trade off.
My first ten years trying to balance Sheehan’s Syndrome was not easy but I slowly began to understand and sense my body’s needs.
Internally I applaud myself for trying to figure out the different hormones my body needs.
I was never a science girl. However, I found living with a rare disease promptly opens your eyes and mind to science. I should write, the art of science.
I write the Art Of Science because I feel Science is subjective and we are still learning about how our body’s and the world functions. Concepts change, new ideas form and we move forward from trail and error.
I have tried numerous medication, potion, lotion without success.
After much trials and errors, I have found the following medications create the best balance for controlling my Sheehan’s Syndrome and Relapsing Polychondritis:
- Growth Hormone
- Vitamin B injections
- Low Dose Naltrexone
I feel my daily use of off-label Low Dose Naltrexone enables me to halt the progress of Relapsing Polychondritis.
I am always in search of other ways to halt the inflammation that invades my body, especially my cartilage.
Additional fatigue, ongoing flares of Relapsing Polychondritis spearheaded my desire to brew up some additional energy.
For the past few weeks I begin my day with HypoGal’s Best Anti- Inflammatory Turmeric Ginger Tea, it seems beneficial.
I believe my anti-inflammatory morning tea has boosted my immune system and helps my body to combat Relapsing Polychondritis.
The following video describes how to make HypoGal’s Best Anti-Inflammatory Treatment, Turmeric Ginger Tea.
The ingredients listed in this anti-inflammation treatment:
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