Treating Joint Pain
It is a known fact that joint pain is what doctors generally are
consulted for more than any other symptom. Arthritis (inflamed joints)
can be caused by acidic diets, stress, autoimmune diseases, old injuries and a genetic predisposition. My treatment includes good joint support, alkalising the system, dietary advice, remedies suited for the person and their pain and homeopathic injections where needed.
These 5 Powerful Home Remedies Help You to Get Rid of JOINT PAIN in a Matter of Days
Joint pain is in fact a common condition with severity ranging from mild to quite severe. Although joint pain normally occurs with age, there are many young people who are also affected with this condition. There are a number of factors that contribute to joint pain and these include trauma, heavy lifting, fractures, arthritis, etc.
Although there are ways to prevent joint pain, there are also several folk remedies that are extremely efficient in relieving this pain.
This powerful anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory has strong medicinal properties, which can alleviate not just joint, but arthritic pain as well.
Optionally, you can soak a teaspoon of fenugreek seeds in water and leave them overnight. Drink them the following morning.
For centuries Chinese medicine has been using carrots for treatment of joint pain. This vegetable is highly beneficial for revitalizing ligaments and easing joint pain.
TURMERIC AND GINGER TEA
These two ingredients are abundant in anti-inflammatory properties, which are highly beneficial for relieving arthritic and joint pain as well.
Turmeric is a powerful antioxidant which successfully reduces the levels of enzymes that cause swelling. This spicy tea is prepared in the following way.
Due to the high magnesium content, Epsom salt has long been used for treating joint pain.
Onion is just another vegetable with powerful anti-inflammatory properties owing to the sulfur compounds it contains. One study reveals that onions have morphine-like analgesic effects on joint pain. That’s why it’s important to include lots of onions in your diet.
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