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49 Home Remedies for Arthritis

Anonymous

Arthritis deals with the inflammation of the muscles. The disease is mainly seen in the people above the age of fifty. I suggest Rhumatol as one of the best cures which lessens the pain, swelling and weakness.

GeorgeCare

http://www.care2.com/greenliving/study-ginger-better-than-drugs-for-pain.html/1

I found this article very interesting an I plan to give it a serious try.

Besides arthritis it applies to inflammation in general.

Hanson

I have been using Natural Skincare Factory Active care cream. This was recommended by a friend and I found many other people were using it as well with excellent reviews.
If anyone could recommend anything else, would be great as I love to try new products.
You can search in google for their website, they do worldwide delivery.
regards
Hanson

Jenny

I have found that using forever freedom (Aloe vera based drink) have really eased my pain, was fed up with nothing working and was tipped off by a friend to buy it, found it on well-aloe.myforever.biz/store and now I have stopped taking co dydramol for almost 2 months. :D

Joanne

serrapeptase--natural enzyme for rheumatoid arthritis--mentioned by James Mc on this site---miracle worker in alleviating pain
for info click on
agroganics.com
can be bought from Swansonvitamins.com for only $11.99
I had severe neck pain & headaches---completely disappeared after only 2 days of 3 serrapeptase capsules per day--MIRACLE RELIEF for arthritis pain

Mariah

I found an all natural pain killer that works wonders for my arthritis. a friend of mine turned me on to it. its called pain balm. I use it once a week (every day the first week) and I suffer no arthritis pain at all anymore. the website to try it out is www.painbalm.net although i have heard they sell it on amazon as well.

Colin Madeley

I am a guitar player who almost gave up playing because of weak grip and thumb joint pain which had been worsening for years...I stopped drinking tea... the pain was soon reduced by about 50%...two years later it was completely gone...ten years on; I am still playing.... pain free!

stephanie

I've heard that putting raw soap under the bottom sheet of your bed can relieve arthritis pain. My friend's mother and grandmother swore by this for years,but I don' know what kind of soap they used. can you help me?
Thank you,
Steph

ThatGirlWhoKnows

For forming arthritis the best remedy is to keep the pained joints moving. Massage them often and keep the intake of sugar at a minimum.

HyrumsNana

It's great to see so many people who are open to trying 'natural' approaches to arthritis. I've always believed our good Creator has put natural things on this earth that we can use to help us. I prefer the natural approach when ever possible to taking pharmaceuticals, or when possible to reduce pharmaceutical reliance. Of course you should preferably include your doctor when using nutritional and herbal supplements, the 'natural' approach. You'll find some are very up on such things and others are more oriented toward traditional drugs even though they may bring troublesome side effects. There is research on-line that talks about how prickly pear fruit is one of mother nature's 'natural' remedies. It's rich in flavanoids and betalains (the antioxidants) believed to help reduce inflammation, which is at the core of a lot of diseases today including arthritis. Time Magazine had an interesting front page in February 23, 2004, called 'The Secret Killer- The surprising link between inflammation and heart attacks, cancer, Alzheimers and other diseases. What you can do about it.' The actual cover article is called: 'Health:The Fires Within.' The authors talk about chronic inflammation, and how keeping these fires down with anti inflammatory remedies will be influential in reducing these diseases. One of the more popular approaches to anti inflammatory treatment is with the consumption of prickly pear products.

Prickly pear fruit and the nopal cactus it grows on have been used for centuries as a food and medicinal food in helping with arthritis, diabetes, cholesterol, and many other diseases that have inflammation at the root. Only more recently have doctors begun to recognize their benefits. Popular tv Dr. Oz and Dr. Andrew Weil have both mentioned their benefits as well (you can do a google search with their name and 'prickly pear' and find their take on this). That is why there are so many products now that are including prickly pear juice, prickly pear extract, and prickly pear powder in their ingredients. For example, my husband has found help with his arthritis in his fingers by taking 'Prickly Pear Red Fruit Powder,' which he buys on line and mixes in water, juice, and smoothies. (It's very affordable and easier than harvesting your own prickly pears.) He pointed out to me in the customer testimonial page of the site he found that there are many who claim a reduction in arthritis, stiffness, joint pain, etc. I was impressed with the scientific research studies on the benefits of prickly pear and the nopal cactus on that same site. I think each person is different and may respond more positively to one thing than another. But I think if your quest is to search for 'natural' answers to your inflammation issues, you'll find them if you're open minded, and willing to try various herbal remedies (supported by scientific and nutritional data). Thank you for providing a forum to share valuable remedies with fellow sufferers. Good luck!! Sincerely, HyrumsNana.

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