Why Wear Pure Hazelwood?
HAZELWOOD JEWELRY FOR YOUR WELLNESS
For more than ten years, Pure Hazelwood has been conducting scientific research and is now able to demonstrate that the hazel wood is very rich in polyphenols, molecules known for their antioxidant, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects .
"HOW CAN I BENEFIT FROM THE ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECT OF THE POLYPHENOLS?"
Inflammation is a normal reaction of the body to assault regardless of its origin . It can occur in various conditions, depending on its location in the human body .
- Arthritis : joint inflammation 
- Heartburn and Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) related complications : inflammation of the mucosa of the esophagus 
- Psoriasis or eczéma : inflammation of the skin
- Canker Sore : inflammation of the mucosal lining of the mouth
- Teething : may cause inflammation of the gums
Anti-inflammatory drugs are used in local treatment of inflammation or the general treatment of inflammatory diseases. They do not act on the cause of the inflammation. They are indicated when inflammation, natural process of defense against aggression, become troublesome, especially because of the pain it causes .
Unlike taking synthetic anti-inflammatory drugs, like corticosteroids, aspirin or ibuprofen, wearing wood jewelry has no contraindications or side effects such as poor digestive tolerance.
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 Wikipedia, https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inflammation
 La Société de l’arthrite, http://www.arthrite.ca/aproposdelarthrite
 Société canadienne de recherche intestinale, http://www.mauxdeventre.org/centre-information/sujets-de-a-a-z/reflux-gastro-oesophagien-rgo-pathologique/
 Larousse, http://www.larousse.fr/encyclopedie/medical/anti-inflammatoire/11257