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Arthritis Arthrosis Joint Pain

Joint Pain

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Authors: Dr. Claudine Luu

Publication Date: October 9, 2013

Publisher: Dangles

Number of pages: 378

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Who has not suffered at one time or another from joint pain?

Not only down to age, this can also result from a sports injury; excessive fatigue; over-rich diets that clog up the body and attack the joints; a hereditary condition; or simply a special sensitivity to the prevailing weather conditions. Joint pain can come in two forms: an acute, inflammatory condition—arthritis, and a chronic condition—arthrosis, characterized by the deterioration of joint cartilage.

In these cases the specialist is powerless: analgesics and anti-inflammatories will alleviate symptoms but won’t target the real, root cause of the problem. Claudine Luu introduces a healing and above all preventative protocol based on alternative medicine and medicinal plants that have no side effects.

She proposes to implement a draining, detoxifying and cleansing process, linked to a healthier way of life in general. Along with traditional natural therapies such as healthy food, phytotherapy, aromatherapy, nutritherapy, homeopathy or Chinese medicine, she is also interested in the soothing effects of sylvotherapy, flower essences, or crystals, and so on. The results obtained are remarkable and will give hope to many patients.

Author bio

Claudine Luu is a doctor in Pharmacy, Natural Sciences, Biological Sciences and Science. Throughout her career she has worked as a laboratory director, researcher and teacher. Together with her husband Vinh, she set up the Mediterranean Institute of Documentation, Teaching and Research on Medicinal Plants (IMDERPLAM) and the pharmaceutical laboratory LAPHT-PHYTOFRANCE (aromatherapy, phytotherapy and traditional homeopathy laboratory). She presents at numerous conferences and is in charge of various education programs in France, Belgium, Spain and Switzerland. Claudine Luu is also the author of several books and numerous articles on phytotherapy, homeopathy, aromatherapy, nutritherapy and dietetics, published regularly in health journals.

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