Bunion Treatments: Phytotherapy

Phytotherapy: The use of plants to support your bunion treatments

For hundreds – or even thousands – of years, people have used plants or plant extracts to treat their diseases. And today we know that in some cases these plants even work better than common medication! Garlic for instance is very effective if you have a cold. And I always take ginger to fight my motion sickness. So sure there must be plants that can be used in bunion treatments?

And indeed there are plants that can help with this condition, especially when you suffer from bunion pain a lot. Most of the plants listed below possess anti-inflammatory properties. They help you to fight the inflammation of the bursae of your big toe joints, which can be one of the sources of bunion pain. And they do so without the side effects of many common anti-inflammatory drugs.

Here they are:


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