5 Benefits—Including 1 Proven Scientifically!
Jade stones have been promoted for their healing properties for centuries
Even though we are adopting practices like acupuncture and drinking green tea, Westerners tend to be a little bit skeptical of ancient medicinal practices—especially when it comes to healing with crystals and gemstones.
Some say, “It’s just a rock!” while others insist they can’t go anywhere without their rose quartz (known for promoting love and healing).
Personally, I’m neutral. What I care about is results. That’s why when I heard that the gemstone jade actually relieves pain, I immediately went into research mode.
Here’s what I found…
In ancient lore, cultures from the Chinese to the Aztecs prized jade even higher than gold for its beauty. The Chinese revered jade for its ability to bring about health, wealth, and longevity. Ancient shamans also believed jade could treat kidney and adrenal gland disorders.
Jade is claimed by some to:
- Aid in detoxification by strengthening the body’s filtration and cleansing systems
- Boost the immune system
- Improve the heart, lungs, and thymus
- Stimulate Qi—what the Chinese call your “life force”
Granted, I’ve found no “real” proof for these healing properties, but again I’m all about results. If wearing a beaded jade belt keeps you off kidney dialysis, by all means wear one.
However, I discovered at least one scientifically proven healing property of jade.
There is one property that has been clinically tested and proven to benefit your health in an enormous way. In fact, as soon as I discovered it, I tripped all over myself to get this information to you as fast as possible.
Why? Because it’s going to forever change the way you treat your pain. Here is the one ultimate, scientifically proven health benefit of jade:
Jade is a phenomenal conductor of far infrared heat!
…Okay, so that may not seem like amazing and helpful news to you just yet. But just wait... When you find out exactly how to apply jade stones heated with far infrared waves, I promise, you’ll never look at pain the same way again.
I’m sure you’ve heard of infrared before—infrared cameras and photography, especially. Far infrared has a longer wave than that of infrared. It can’t be seen—only experienced as heat. This type of wave is responsible for the deep-penetrating heat you soak up when you lay out in the sun, but without the harmful UV rays. Far infrared heat is isolated and has no dangerous effects whatsoever.
It turns out, jade and far infrared heat get along extremely well, and your aching back or chronically cold feet are going to benefit from it! Jade stones absorb the FIR waves and distribute them evenly and continuously better than almost any other material.
With proper application, hot jade stones have been proven to relieve:
- Back pain
- Deep muscle tissue pain
- Arthritis pain
- …and basically any body pain you’d take painkillers or get massage therapy for!
Now, you don’t want to put your grandmother’s jade egg into the microwave or a boiling pot of water and rub it all over your body. Instead, I have a much easier proposal.
There is one easy way to get the healing properties of jade stones and far infrared heat. All it requires of you is to sit back, relax, and let the deep-penetrating heat heal your every ache and pain.
The best part is that the relief lasts for hours, not just a few minutes. When the special FIR heat passes through the jade stones, it allows the heat to penetrate 2-3 inches beneath the skin, getting deep into your muscles, joints and organs. It increases your blood circulation—which leads directly to pain relief and healing—in 30 minutes or less.
Let me SHOW you exactly what I mean…
Anti-inflammatory herbs are a gift within a gift, because not only are these herbs a versatile and delicious way to liven up your meals, but they’re one of nature’s most potent weapons to stop and prevent pain.
When you’ve finished learning the 6 most powerful anti-inflammatory herbs, also do not miss The Top 12 Safest And Most Effective Pain Relievers, in which a dozen of the world’s most powerful natural pain-fighting ingredients of all sorts are revealed.
And if you have ANY additional insights about other anti-inflammatory herbs — or suggestions on how to use these herbs below in cooking, drinks, etc. — please share it with everyone by leaving a COMMENT toward the bottom of this page.
Now without further ado, here are 6 anti-inflammatory herbs that annihilate pain…
In the classic children’s tale Peter Rabbit, Peter’s mother gave him chamomile tea when he was feeling ill. Turns out she knew what she was doing and it is worth your while to drink chamomile tea, too! Scientific studies demonstrate chamomile is an excellent anti-inflammatory … well-known to help with stomach aches but helpful with pain elsewhere too. It is also a very calming herb, so if you experience stress it can help you relax.
Fenugreek (which in Latin means “green hay”) is another excellent anti-inflammatory. Studies have even shown it can reduce high triglyceride blood levels! Some say its taste is similar to maple syrup. The greens and sprouts are a tasty addition to a salad and the seeds provide excellent seasoning to a variety of meats, stews, and sauces. It is a common addition to Indian cooking (and you can typically find it in Indian and ethnic markets.)
Ginger is a welcome and extremely versatile ingredient in many foods, from meats and veggies to drinks and desserts. And ginger’s anti-inflammatory properties have been known and appreciated for centuries. Here again scientific research confirms this herb’s anti-inflammatory power … it’s an excellent herb for migraines and other forms of pain. By the way, ginger tea can be a big help if you experience heartburn … and it has even been shown to be very helpful with those experiencing morning sickness!
Rosemary is an excellent herb for pain because it naturally eases nerve and muscle tension. It’s very good for chronic headaches. Research shows it may even help prevent cancer and age-related skin damage! It contains salicin which is a natural form of glycoside – which aspirin is made from. Rosemary can be found in virtually any store (and it is easy to grow in a garden or pot at home), and is an excellent herb for flavoring meats, salad dressings, stews, soups, sauces and even tea.
Sage isn’t just for Thanksgiving Day dressing. Sage helps improve achy muscles and inflammation and is great to keep your mind clear. Sage is actually in the mint family and is exceptional for flavoring food.
White sage is a strong anti-inflammatory and is most often consumed as tea, while common sage can be consumed as tea or used to season food.
The anti-inflammatory herb turmeric is well known as the main spice in curry, and it is the reason for the yellow color of table mustard. It is also a natural antiseptic and antibacterial agent, meaning it is great for disinfecting cuts and burns. It is another very versatile herb for many foods (try it on eggs!)
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