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About arthritis

This is a common disorder of the joint in which they swell and cause a great amount of pain and discomfort for the individual. There are many different classifications of the condition, but the most common ones are basic arthritis and osteoarthritis.

When such pain occurs, a person can take some sort of antibiotics to reduce the swelling or perhaps a painkiller to numb the pain of the joints. However, if a person is not comfortable with such drugs or simply does not like taking pills or getting injections, there are a number of very useful herbal remedies that can help with arthritis and managing the condition.

Most of these remedies originate in the Orient, but are now available all over the Western world.

Herbal remedies

Alfalfa is a commonly used remedy for arthritis that has been used for many generations. The best way of consuming it is not the simple powder form, but rather, making it into an herbal tea.

Ginger tea and ginger compresses are great for arthritis. They work wonders for stopping the swelling and causing the inflammation to go down.

Ginseng liquor can be used to help the body with any particular kind of stress that it is dealing with. However, it is important to make sure that the person is using the American variety, not the Asian one, because the Asian variety can increase the pain of arthritis.

The pineapple fruit contains a lot of bromelain, which is a chemical that will stop the swelling of the joints. It also helps to digest fibrin, which can often lead to arthritis.

Sesame seeds have copper in them and can recuperate the nutritional levels of the body during arthritis attacks, which will help the body to battle the pain and swelling.

Oregano is a very powerful antioxidant and it will prevent cell damage that is caused by free radicals, which cause inflammation often. It is especially helpful for the elderly.

Licorice has a constitution that acts like a cortisone and is one of the best natural remedies for inflammation and allergies.

The rich minerals found in celery, eaten raw or cooked, will help to decrease the pain and swelling with its 25 different anti-inflammatory compounds.

Willow has a chemical within it that is called Salicin, and it was once known as an herbal twin of Aspirin. I can help to heal the pain.

Angelica has been used in European folk medicine for centuries and it has many pain relieving constituents.

Boswellia is another great herb for arthritis, because it has anti-inflammatory actions as well and works a lot like a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug that can be prescribed by a doctor.

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