Arthritis comes in many forms and identifying the early warning signs is very important to help you manage your condition. We’ve put together a list of Arthritis home remedies and information to help you manage this complaint.
If you suffer from Arthritis then our collection of Arthritis Home Remedies is just what you’re looking for! Try Coconut Oil and Cayenne Salve, Ginger, Cinnamon, Fish Oil, Turmeric, Apple Cider Vinegar or Epsom Salts. We’ve included homemade rubs, salves and ointments plus foods to avoid.
Be sure to check out the early warning signs and also the effect that this condition has on your body. Knowledge is power and the more that you know, the better chance you have of finding things that work for you. Scroll our page and Pin your favourite ideas.
As you can see from the above infographic, some of the most common early warning signs of Arthritis involve bumps on the fingers. These are known as bony spurs and can result in swelling in the joints. This can make simple things like buttoning your shirt a painful experience. Pain in your big Toe can also be another sign. This could be Gout which is a common complaint amongst men over 40. Pin this helpful chart.
We found this very helpful infographic on Pinterest that gives a great overview of the effects that Rheumatoid Arthritis has on the body. Be sure that you Pin this Chart.
There are a number of Herbs that can aid Arthritis. This infographic sites Cayenne, Oregano, Pineapple, Ginger, Burdock, Licorice, Turmeric, Willow, Flax Seed, Stinging Nettle, Celery Seed and Rosemary as 12 common versions that assist.
Dr Axe recommends 5 Essential Oils for the treatment of Arthritis. Ginger, Turmeric, Orange, Myrhh and Frankinsense. This is what he has to say about them individually.
Ginger essential oil is an amazing healing agent that contains chemicals with analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects on the body. It’s been shown to lessen pain associated with arthritis, making it a great pain reliever. It provides this relief by acting on vanilloid receptors, which are located on sensory nerve endings.
Ginger has that slight burning sensation similar to the initial intense burning feel you get when you consume spicy pepper. While it typically only lasts a few seconds, researchers discovered that it affects the pain pathways directly and rather rapidly in most cases, relieving the inflammation, which in itself causes pain.
The most active ingredient in turmeric, curcumin, has become known as a great anti-inflammatory. Turmeric benefits include being highly effective at helping people manage rheumatoid arthritis.
Turmeric Tea is a great option for Arthritis sufferers too -:
Pour coconut milk and water into the saucepan and warm for 2 minutes
Add in butter, raw honey and turmeric powder for another 2 minutes
Stir and pour into glasses.
Frankincense oil can inhibit the production of key inflammatory molecules associated with conditions like arthritis and can be useful in helping to prevent the breakdown of the cartilage tissue. This has been shown to significantly reduce levels of inflammation, making it a natural treatment option for pain-related conditions that affect the muscles, joints and tendons.
Myrrh oil also had anti-inflammatory properties, and it’s often used in tandem to treat arthritis. A study published in Scientific Reports showed that frankincense and myrrh are highly effective in treatment of inflammatory diseases, especially when combined.
The study revealed that frankincense and myrrh, especially when used together, suppress inflammation and the intensity of joint inflammation. Results showed that the individual extract of frankincense or myrrh and combined extracts used to treat groups showed significant differences when compared with the arthritis control group.
Citrus scents make you feel more awake, and the strong anti-inflammatory properties of orange oil have been researched in regard to their effects for fighting pain.
Try diluting a few drops of the orange essential oil with 1 teaspoon of avocado or almond oil, and then rub it onto the back of your hand or wherever you have arthritic pain.
Arthritis in the hands is actually the most common complaint of all. Since we rely on our hands for everything, it can be a restrict you enormously if you suffer from this condition. The good news is there are home remedies that really do work. Here’s a great Infographic that shows 10 home remedies for Arthritis in Hands. You can see some of the suggestions include Ice Therapy, Apple Cider Vinegar, Castor Oil, Epsom Salt and Potato. This is what the Site suggests.
“Cut a medium-sized potato into thin sections without taking the skin off. Put these potato pieces in cold water overnight. Strain this solution the next day and drink this potato juice on an empty stomach daily. This raw potato juice helps in giving relief from arthritis pain and helps in relieving the stiffness of the hand and finger joints and thereby making them more flexible.”
The Doc Response Site suggests that Ginger Oil can be rubbed over stiff joints to improve circulation and reduce inflammation. Did you know that by soaking your hands in Epsom Salt Water for 2o minutes will also assist with the condition. Mustard Oil is also recommended for stimulating blood flow when rubbed on the joints and Olive Oil can also be rubbed on fingers and the points of inflammation. Fresh Turmeric as a drink particularly in milk before bed can work wonders too. Be sure that you Pin this handy infographic.
Over on the Daily Super Food Love Site, they suggest that there are certain foods that will aggravate Arthritis Pain. Some of the more common include Fried or Fast Foods, Condiments such as Ketchup, Mayonnaise, Salad Dressings and Dips. They are filled with Trans Fats, Sugar, Preservatives and a substantial amount of chemicals. Refined Carbs such as white flour and white sugar, white bread, cakes, and donuts are also on the hit list. Be sue to Pin this chart for future reference.
Top 10 Arthritis Remedies via ‘Top 10 Home Remedies‘
This Infographic is from Top 10 Home Remedies
Learn how to make your own Arthritis Cream — Hot Pepper Cream Recipe for Arthritis Pain
This Apple Cider Bath is something else worth trying. It is excellent for excess uric acid in the body and especially for the joints, arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis and gout. Drink plenty of water before and after the bath.
There’s some great information above regarding what you should be including in your diet to help reduce inflammation. This Infographic is a must pin.
This chart is particularly helpful for detecting Early Warning Signs of Arthritis in Dogs
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