How To Calm Chronic Inflammation


Most human diseases can be traced to inflammation.  The causes are numerous ranging from stress, poor sleep and eating habits and toxins in the environment to bad gut flora balance, and even antibiotics.
Today, we’ll help you understand what inflammation is, how to spot it, how to keep it at healthy levels, and the activities, nutrients and herbs that can help you keep it under control.

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What is Inflammation? 

Inflammation is your body’s natural reaction to things that try to harm it.   Here are just a few of the aggressors that may trigger inflammation:

  • Toxins
  • Infections
  • Cuts & injuries
  • Free radicals
  • Almost anything that damages cells
  • Air pollution
  • Refined sugars, breads & patries
  • Processed meats
  • Most vegetable oils
  • Alcohol



When you get a wound, through an accident or surgery, the inflammation process mobilizes blood, proteins and other resources to heal the wound. It may feel warmer to the touch. That’s inflammation. A fever during a flu is your body’s way of trying to control the infection through inflammation. 

When Inflammation Becomes Chronic & Dangerous... 

If your body is continuously fighting off illnesses, toxins, mental and physical stressors or untreated injuries, you may get what is called chronic inflammation. Most people have some form of chronic inflammation, and it can lead to many problems over time. 

Symptoms of Chronic Inflammation: 

  • Brain fog
  • Frequent rashes
  • Fatigue
  • Auto-immune problems
  • Frequent illnesses
  • Abdominal & chest pain 

The full list is much larger, but this gives you a rough idea. 

How to Beat Chronic Inflammation 

Eat More Anti-Inflammatory Foods 

Good foods to eat include garlic, blueberries, cherries, leafy greens, fatty fish like wild salmon, Turmeric (see Nambu’s Hi-Health Formula), healthy fats, fermented and probiotic foods, anything high in omega-3 fatty acids and nuts. Research the Mediterranean Diet for a well-studied approach to battling inflammation with food

Consider adding organic lemon juice to your drinking water as well, as it has a ton of beneficial bioflavonoids and antioxidants. You can sweeten it with monk fruit or stevia for a tasty, low-calorie beverage.

Avoid Inflammatory Fats 

Most vegetable oils are extracted using ingredients found in gasoline and other nasty processes. Don’t use those. Stick with healthy oils that are expeller pressed or otherwise extracted naturally. You can’t go wrong with pure olive or avocado oils. Always check the labels for certification by reputable organizations, as many common olive oil brands dilute their products with harmful oils without telling you 

Don’t Forget the Herbs & Spices 

These are just a few spices that reduce inflammation: 

  • Cayenne pepper
  • Ginger
  • Turmeric
  • Cinnamon
  • Rosemary
  • Cloves
  • Sage 

The Most Recommended Herbs for Inflammation 

Out of all herbs and spices Turmeric is normally recommended the most because it contains anti-inflammatory curcuminoids and other active ingredients. Nambu’s Hi-Health Formula contains Turmeric and black pepper extract. The latter contains standardized amounts of piperine, a compound that increases the curcuminoids you absorb by up to 20 times. 

Hi-Health Turmeric is PHONEME INFUSED™ with sound vibrations that support motivation, self-confidence, intestinal fortitude and the functions of the Navel Chakra. Nambu infuses its herbs with sound in accordance with ancient wisdom from Ayurveda and Siddha Medicine. 



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Key Benefits

  • Immune and sinus support
  • Supports proper function of the liver and kidneys
  • Promotes healthy glucose metabolism
  • Supports digestion and a healthy balance of intestinal flora
  • Supports comfortable movement of joints