The Benefits of Natural Supplements by John Barlow

Natural Supplements - John Barlow

Herbs have been around for millenniums, yes, millenniums, and are considered the oldest supplement in mankind’s history. They have been used for medicinal and health purposes long before we could find anything in a bottle or package.

Some of the most common herbal supplements today include Aloe, Ginger, Chlorrlla and ChlorOxygen. You may know of an application or 2 for one of these herbal supplements, but there are actually quite a few beneficial uses for all of them.

Aloe for example, you probably know can be used to treat skin burns. However, it also is very effective at reducing the pain of canker sores and will shorten the length of their stay. It is also one of the highest antioxidants around and has been used and shown to be effective in some pre-diabetes studies.

Ginger, besides soothing an upset tummy, is also an appetite suppressant. Eat a little before a meal and you’ll be less hungry and your digestive tract will be fired up to work overtime on what you do ingest. Believe it or not, Ginger also has anti-inflammatory properties and can help with mild arthritic flare ups as well, but some in your bath water and you’ll feel the benefits.

Chlorrlla boosts the immune system, is used to treat Crohn's disease and also can help to treat constipation, fibromyalgia, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.


About the Author: Devoted to health and fitness, John R. Barlow enjoys organic food, healthy living, lifting weights and yoga. As a Managing Partner at a major entertainment group, John R. Barlow operates multiple nightclubs in Greater Minneapolis. John R. Barlow is the owner of Blueprint Builders, LLC. He has been directly involved in the design and building of several nightclubs, restaurants, and condominium projects in the Minneapolis / St. Paul area.


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