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Natural Nguvu Healing Rub Recipe

All-natural African Nguvu healing rub recipe has been used for centuries using the heat from pepper, mustard and ginger plants found throughout Southern Africa to improve blood flow and bring relief to tired sore muscles.

All Natural Nguvu Healing Rub Recipe


All Natural Nguvu Healing Rub Recipe

Nguvu means strength is the African language of Swahili.

Practitioners of traditional healing agree that proper blood circulation is a key factor of health and wellness. There are a number of different ways to improve blood flow, including diet and lifestyle.



Improving circulation naturally
In addition to taking vitamins and supplements to boost your blood flow, you can improve your body’s circulation by leading a healthy lifestyle that incorporates the following:

Exercise
This is among the top methods for getting your blood flowing. Because the heart is at the center of the body’s blood flow, it’s important to have a healthy heart if you aim for optimal circulation everywhere in your body.

Stress management
When a patient has poor circulation, doctors often ask them about their stress levels. This is because when the body experiences stress, blood vessels constrict. Learning to manage your stress is a great way to complement other things you are doing to improve your circulation.

Massage
Not only can massages help with stress management, but it also helps improve circulation through the lymphatic and cardiovascular systems. When the muscles are manipulated effectively by a professional, your body releases chemicals called endorphins that make you feel good. Some massage therapists even offer treatment using essential oils that may help improve blood flow, such as rosemary, sage, and juniper.

Fluid intake
Blood has a very high water content. Keeping your body well-hydrated is an easy way to maintain or improve your circulation.
Stopping smoking. Smoke causes blood vessels to constrict, decreasing the amount of blood that is able to flow through those vessels.



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