Aspirin is perhaps one of the most popular and studied remedies in recent years. This is mainly due to its versatility of uses, as it can be prescribed to treat pains, fevers and inflammations. It’s even recommended for patients with coronary heart disease. In fact, many people use aspirin daily as a way to prevent heart problems.
Its medicinal use is mainly due to its active component, acetylsalicylic acid, an organic, crystalline, and colorless acid. Acetylsalicylic acid originates from salicylic acid, or salicylate, a substance present in several plants used as medicines. In the case of aspirin, it is produced from the extract of the bark of the white willow and a herb called meadowsweet.
Did you know that this acid is found in its natural form in other foods?
In today's video, we are going to explore some of the foods that contain the most of this substance.
If your diet includes these foods, you’ll need aspirin less, and maybe you won’t even have to resort to it in the future.
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