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Arthritis - Gaining Relief through Natural Remedies

 


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It may come as a surprise to many people, but aromatherapy can be used to help treat arthritis pain. Using the scent of natural plant oils, aromatherapy has provided much relief for many arthritis sufferers.

Some of the more beneficial plant oils used in this form of treatment includes derivatives of cloves, eucalyptus, cinnamon and thyme. In this form of treatment, the oils are generally rubbed onto the affected areas to help relieve the pain of arthritis. Another non-conventional treatment for arthritis involves fruit and vegetable juices. These juices have been proven to help treat the disease from the inside out, by nourishing the body. The vitamins and minerals that are jammed inside every fruit and vegetable carry antioxidants in their juice that help to fight disease and increase the power of the body's immune system. Drinking juice is one of the best ways to quickly improve the health of your body. Juice provides your body with the ability to better ward off any diseases, as well as increasing your stamina and strength.

Another natural arthritis cure, Green Lipped Mussel Extract, may not sound very appealing, but it's been shown to have some of the strongest natural medicine for easing arthritis pain. The extract helps to reduce the swelling of tissue associated with the disease, providing even more comfort for the sufferer.

This extract is derived from a shellfish found in the waters around New Zealand, and has proven to be effective to the pain of arthritis without any of the side effects of some prescription medicines. This extract is one of the most potent forms of natural medication used to treat the pain of arthritis.

Other natural medications used to treat arthritis pain are ginger, white willow bark, turmeric, cayenne pepper and devil's claw. All of these remedies are great, but it's still important to remember to check with your doctor before taking any natural or herbal remedy, because he may suggest ways for you to safely try some of these treatments. Interactivity between these treatments and any medication you may be on can have unhealthy consequences for you, so always ask your doctor first.

Herbal or natural treatments also work by altering aspects of the body's physiology such as affecting blood sugar, or decreasing blood pressure. Many of the same active ingredients in these natural supplements are similar to prescription drugs, and thus have the same potential to cause harm as well as any good. Some supplements that contain fish oils have worked well on relieving arthritis pain, but some side effects include stomach problems and fishy breath.

Some herbal medicines may not list all of their many ingredients on the labels, which can lead to dangerous interactivity with other medications you may already be taking. Many herbal and natural remedies have not been adequately tested for health and safety by any regulatory board, so you're definitely taking a lot on faith when you take these supplements into your body. Many extracts, for example, have hundreds of different chemicals in their composition and each manufacturer of the same extract will have vastly different assortments of these chemicals in their products. Some of these supplements can have the ability to cause burning pain in the stomach and intestines and can interfere with blood clotting. This is especially dangerous for people suffering from high blood pressure or heart problems.

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