Ginger

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There are countless benefits of adding ginger to your diet, ranging from gastrointestinal health to cognitive function, but ginger is also known as a powerful anti-inflammatory agent, both internally and externally. Therefore, in the treatment of bursitis, ginger can play a dual role. You can topically apply ginger directly to the affected area on the joint, or you can brew a delicious cup of ginger tea and consume it that way. Either way, the antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds contained in ginger will get to work fast on reducing the pain and inflammation caused by bursitis.

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