The use of herbs in modern medicine It is necessary to undergo laboratory research. both in terms of components, dosages and efficacy of herbs One of the herbs that can reduce inflammation of the knee joints is Turmeric Extract How to use it? Assoc. Prof. Wilai Gupt Nirattisaikul Department of Rehabilitation Medicine has details.
From the research of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine We let patients eat turmeric extract. which through solvent extraction Separate only the active ingredients. By orally, 2 tablets 3 times a day, 250 mg each, total 1,500 mg daily, orally for no more than 4 weeks.
then measure that Increased or decreased pain score Tension Score More or less stiffness, joint stiffness, ability to use the joint, how to walk horizontally, walk up and down stairs? including asking about side effects that occur when taking the drug It was found that patients who received turmeric extract had reduced pain scores, decreased joint stiffness, and increased knee functional scores. and is safer
1. Strengthen bones white sesame oil extract It is a source of many minerals that are good for bone health, such as zinc, calcium, phosphorus, etc. The nutritional information states that White sesame seeds contain 6 times more calcium than cow’s milk. And there are 20 times more than many vegetables, making it when eating white sesame oil on a regular basis. Thereby enhancing bone growth and strengthen and repair injured bones and muscles Reduce the risk of osteoporosis and prevent osteoarthritis.
2. Reduce inflammation In white sesame oil Rich in important minerals such as copper. that has anti-inflammatory effects It also contains many phenols that are substances in the lignan group that are found only in sesame oil extracts, such as sesamin, sesamol and Sesamolin There has been research on sesamin in sesame seeds to have an effect in the treatment of osteoarthritis. Inhibits substances that destroy cartilage significantly By the substance of Sesamin from sesame oil will enter. Increased thickness of cartilage to reduce the loss and increase the amount of collagen and proteoglycan (Proteoglycans) that are important components of the cartilage structure.