Arthritis Natural Remedies

There are a number of arthritis natural remedies that you might find helpful in dealing with the symptoms of your arthritis. Many are suggestions that doctors and arthritic sufferers have found to work, not cure the disease or related disorders, but greatly help with the symptoms, reducing them and/or preventing them. In fact, many of them you might already have seen in health food stores and grocery stores, as well as most natural supplement sections of major drug stores.

The following and most highly recommended and usually effective natural remedies for arthritis include:

Minerals from plants – provide the blocking foundations that include enzymes which are needed for the body to process and use varied minerals and vitamins from natural foods, usually best taken by eating a healthy diet versus using supplements; a note about supplements is that most of the time your body can only absorb about five to as much as twenty percent of what they contain prior to the body discarding them; most plant minerals are much more easily absorbed, usually being up to one hundred percent absorbable, thus being more effective against arthritis and other diseases, infections, viruses and disorders. However, note that not everyone responds to these remedies as each person’s chemical makeup is very different, so consult with your doctor first before using any of these.

  • Colloidal gold – used quite often as an alternative natural remedy for treating arthritis, gold is commonly known by doctors to have some therapeutic effects

  • Collagen

  • Chondrotin

  • Glucosamine

  • Calcium containing ostivone

  • Silver (colloidal) – to be only used under strict supervision and with the approval of your doctor, this natural mineral has shown some positive effects on battling arthritis and viruses

  • Black cherry juices – two glasses, one in the morning and one in the evening when taken in a ration of 1 amount of juice to the matching amount of water can help relieve arthritic pain; helps with stopping inflammation

  • Beta carotene – found in spinach, broccoli and parsley; great for reducing inflammation
  • Copper – found in ginger, apples and carrots; great for reducing inflammation

  • Pineapple juice – a glass or more per day to reduce inflammation; contains high levels of useful bromelain, a natural enzyme

  • Celery juice – 2 cups daily when the pain and swelling is acute to help reduce it

  • Almond oil and ginger – applied to the skin and massaged in at the joints to reduce pain

  • Glucosamine sulphate – supplement alleged to help reduce the pain, as well as repairing and maintaining the health of cartilage around your joints

  • Fresh bathua leaves juice – 1 tablespoon without food for 3 months to reduce symptoms in general

  • Mustard oil warmed and put on a Madar leaf – put on the affected joint for about 3 hours to reduce symptoms

  • 3 to 4 walnuts – take without food to reduce symptoms

  • Raisins and gin – 9 golden or sultana raisins in 1 tablespoon of gin helps to reduce the pain for allegedly seventy-two hours

  • Alfalfa tea – 2 cups water to 1 ounce of tea, boiled for 30 minutes, strained and drunk as needed for 2 to 3 weeks throughout each day with 1 week breaks in between

  • Angelica herb – contains lots of anti-inflammatory substances to help relieve the pain and relax muscles; one tablespoon angelica root to 2 cups water, boiled for 2 minutes and allowed to stand to cool; drink strained three times daily for 2 to 3 weeks with 1 week breaks in between


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