Natural or Herbal Medicine for Sports

Track 13: Natural and Herbal Medicine for Sports

Plant medicine and plant extracts in osteoarthritis Limitations in the conventional medical management of osteoarthritis indicate a real need for safe and effective treatment of osteoarthritis patients. Herbal medicines may provide a solution to this problem. Herbal medicines may treat these conditions effectively. Historically, people have used herbal medicines to prevent illness, cure infection, relieve fever, and heal wounds. Herbal medicines can also treat constipation, ease pain, or act as relaxants or stimulants. Research on some herbs and plant products has shown that they may have some of the same effects that conventional medicines do, while others may have no effect or may be harmful. Researchers have studied some natural products and have found them to be useful. Omega-3 fatty acids, for example, may help lower triglyceride levels. These medicine and ailments are useful in the treatments of many orthopedic and sports injuries.


  • Efficacy of plant medicine and plant extracts in osteoarthritis
  • Chinese herbal medicines for osteoporosis
  • Siddha healing and treatment for musculoskeletal disorders
  • Iranian herbal drug therapies

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