Home Remedies For Arthritis

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Ouch…arthritis.  Arthritis can be a very hard thing to live with.  It doesn’t have to be permanent though, and you DON’T have to live with it!!!  Natural remedies are much better than medicines with side effects, at least in my opinion. :)
*I personally recommend doing all of these remedies listed below to be rid of arthritis!
Remedies:
*Take an apple cider vinegar tonic at least twice a day.  This is 2 tsp. of RAW apple cider vinegar in 8 oz. of water (can add a tsp. or two of honey for better taste if desired).  Drinking this apple cider vinegar mixture daily can alone remove all pain and signs of arthritis.
*Also, soak the arthritic body part in a hot solution of apple cider vinegar for ten minutes, 2-3 times a day.  Mix 1/4 cup ACV with 1 1/2 cups of water to make this solution.  You can also make a fomentation by soaking a cloth in this mixture and placing over the area.  You want to keep this poultice warm by placing a heating element on top or soaking the cloth in the hot solution and reapplying when it has cooled.  Again, leave this on for 10 minutes 2-3 times a day.
NOTE:  This vinegar has to be raw. 
~Don’t know where to buy raw apple cider vinegar?  This is my favorite!~
*Cayenne is another powerful remedy for arthritis.  Mix cayenne and castor oil together until a good spreadable consistency.  Place on aching area and wrap overnight.  Repeat every night until pain is completely gone.  A mild case may take a few months to heal, while a severe case could take up to a year to completely heal.  This is my favorite store to buy a good quality, effective & powerful cayenne.
*As always, be sure you eat healthy!  Work towards making your diet at least 50% raw and avoid sugar and processed foods as much as possible. 
Be consistent with these remedies and be well on your way to a pain-free life!


*Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to treat, cure or prevent disease. 

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Comments

  1. says

    Just curious, do you have RA? Or is it just regular arthritis this seems to help? I make my own raw ACV so I will be trying this, as I do have RA and have had very little relief from all the shots and drugs.

  2. says

    My friend this tips help for you While no one wants to be in pain, we all too often don’t consider what can be done to properly avoid it. Once we are in pain, all the focus is on dealing with it right now – we take something and hope for the best. What we often don’t stop to consider, however, is that we can actually be proactive and avoid dealing with pain in the first place. To start fighting back against in the pain in your life, consider this list of our top 10 tips to live pain free and how some of them might help you! Exercise daily Move and use every joint in your body daily Lift weights Eat plenty of fruits & vegetables each day Improved stress management (mental stress has been proven in multiple studies to make physical pain worse!) Quit smoking – (smoking decreases circulation & impedes healing) Limit alcohol consumption Create and follow a daily schedule (this can help with stress!) Practice positive thinking exercises
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