Health Benefits of Oak Galls

Oak Tree Galls are full of great healing antioxidants that keep cardiovascular disease away, strokes, and also cancer. They also contain Vitamins C and A and also useful protein, carbs, and fiber too, plus iron and some calcium. Oak Galls tighten up the uterus and vagina after childbirth and Gallic acid in Oak Galls also helps prevent diabetes and asthma and helps in the prevention of breast cancer. Oak Galls also help cure chronic gastric ulcers… and because Oak Galls are astringent they are good for the eyes, skin, and for oral hygiene. And Oak Galls seem to slow down the cellular aging process.

 

Paul Haider – Master Herbalist

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2 Responses to Health Benefits of Oak Galls

  1. denna says:

    how does it slow down aging process do you have a way to use fot hat

    • It’s full of antioxidants that slow the aging process — and new studies show the following

      Antioxidants Reduce Risk for All-Cause Mortality

      Antioxidants from fruits and vegetables lower the risk for premature death, according to a review published in Advances in Nutrition. Researchers reviewed 41 studies that compared mortality with dietary patterns, including antioxidant consumption rates. Results showed higher concentrations of antioxidants, including vitamin C, lycopene, beta-carotene, and selenium, were associated with lower risk for all-cause mortality, compared to lower concentrations of these and other antioxidants. These nutrients lower oxidative stress and risk for various chronic diseases. The authors suggest that policies focus on increasing fruit and vegetable consumption across the population in order to curb rising disease rates.

      Jayedi A, Rashidy-Pour A, Parohan M, Zargar MS, Shab-Bidar S. Dietary antioxidants, circulating antioxidant concentrations, total antioxidant capacity, and risk of all-cause mortality: a systematic review and dose-response meta-analysis of prospective observational studies. Adv Nutr. 2018;9:701-716.

      Many Blessings My Friend

      Dr Haider

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