It works well, it seems, on inflimation. Sounds feasable, if mild inflamation is the cause. However, no one has looked into it's effect on the parkinson pathways...
Inflammation in the brain, like other parts of the body, is an important process to help the brain combat infection or injury. However, excess or unwanted inflammation can damage sensitive brain cells, which can contribute to psychiatric conditions like bipolar disorder or degenerative diseases like Alzheimers.
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