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Seeking anti inflammatory support? Learn about the top 6 signs of internal inflammation to look out for.

Skin health often provides a window to overall health. While inflammation is part of the body’s natural response to injury or infection, acne, rashes, and swelling can sometimes offer serious inflammation signs about what’s happening inside your body. Chronic inflammation can signal such diseases as diabetes, heart disease, Crohn’s disease, Celiac disease, and lupus.

Signs of Internal Inflammation

These are the top 6 signs of internal inflammation to look out for:

  1. Acne
  2. Puffy joints
  3. Eyelid swelling
  4. Rashes and eczema
  5. Autoimmune symptoms
  6. Ulcers, blistery skin, and dry skin

If you experience any of these serious inflammation signs, talk to your doctor. And, if you haven’t already, you might adopt an anti-inflammatory diet consisting of high-fiber, nutrient-rich foods that reduce inflammatory responses, such as fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds, and herbs and spices.

An anti-inflammatory diet contains high amounts of antioxidants, which are reactive molecules in food that help you reduce stress levels, get more sleep, and reduce the number of free radicals. Free radicals are molecules in the body that may damage cells and increase the risk of certain diseases.

All-Natural Anti Inflammatory Teas

Paeonia lactiflora, also known as White Peony and Chinese Peony, is valued for its healing and rejuvenating powers. Its main use is in providing anti inflammatory support in a healthy, non-toxic way. It shows antispasmodic properties and may help decrease inflammation and soothe nerve pain.

Frontiers in Pharmacology notes that Paeonia “has been used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, hepatitis, dysmenorrhea, muscle cramping and spasms, and fever for more than 1,200 years. … The anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory effects … provide the therapeutic basis in the treatment of autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosus.”

Cistus incanus tea, in turn, is rich in bioflavonoids and polyphenols. It has several polyphenols that destroy free radicals, inhibit the formation and development of inflammation in the body, improve energy, and have a protective effect on the cardiovascular system. Through bioflavonoids, it works synergistically with vitamin C, enhancing its action. In addition to providing anti-inflammatory support, it protects the mucous membrane of the stomach, supporting gastrointestinal health.

An increasingly common use of Cistus incanus herbal tea involves application of the tea leaves as a topical treatment. It’s often consumed internally to provide immune health support and used externally to cleanse the skin and help ameliorate maskne, eczema, and psoriasis. You can also create your own antidandruff shampoo by washing your hair with a large batch of the herbal tea. The tea can even be used as a mouthwash. Its biofilm-busting activities reduce oral bacteria and leave your mouth feeling clean.

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Our ebook includes information about the 6 signs of internal inflammation and the ways in which Paeonia lactiflora extract and Cistus incanus tea may provide beneficial anti inflammatory support.

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