8 natural ways to deal with joint pain and arthritis

8 natural ways to deal with joint pain and arthritis
Home-made and natural materials are excellent for resolving inflammatory conditions and pain due to rheumatism, arthrosis and arthritis. Daily application of compresses (and other means) for several hours a day or overnight will significantly reduce and relieve pain.

  1. Compress with burdock root – pour one tablespoon of dried burdock root with a cup of boiling water. Cook for another ten minutes on low heat. Allow the liquid to cool and strain. Soak a piece of cotton cloth or gauze profusely in four to five layers with this healing liquid. Lean on the inflamed joint. Wrap the nylon bag over the lining and wrap it with a scarf. Therapy lasts 21 days.
  2. Salt compress – dissolve one tablespoon of salt in a liter of hot water. Add another 100 ml of pharmacy camphor alcohol. Apply the same as previously explained. Therapy involves at least 10 procedures.
  3. Cabbage dressing – cut a large juicy cabbage leaf several times with a knife. Then heat the leaf in warm water or hot steam. lean on the diseased joint. You can coat the sheet with honey. Wrap aluminum foil over it and then with a scarf. The treatment lasts until the condition improves.
  4. Wild rosemary (Latin Ledum palustre) – rub diseased joints several times a day with herbal preparations of wild rosemary. Wild rosemary successfully relieves pain due to chronic rheumatism, metabolic and rheumatoid arthritis and gout. Oil or medicinal ointment with wild rosemary can also be used. Therapy lasts until the condition improves. Medicinal liquid: fill the bowl (up to two thirds) with chopped fresh shoots of wild rosemary. Pour with brandy to the top. Leave for seven days. Shake daily. Strain. Keep in a dry and dark place at room temperature. Oil: Drizzle chopped fresh shoots with olive or linseed oil in a ratio of 1: 9. Keep for 12 hours in a cool oven or two weeks in a warm and dark place. Strain. Grease: Mix chopped dry shoots of wild rosemary and butter (or unsalted lard) in a ratio of 1:10. Transfer the mixture to an earthen pot. Fill the cracks on top with dough (flour and water). Keep in the oven for 2-3 hours and strain while the fat is hot.
  5. Compress with red elderberry – with red elderberry beans (Latin Sambucus racemosa) loosely fill a one-liter glass jar. Pour the brandy to the top. Leave for 21 days in a dark place. Then drain the liquid through gauze – use the dressings twice a day for one hour.
  6. Compress with blue clay – dilute the blue clay with warm water until you get the consistency of dough. Wrap in cotton cloth. Put on the sore spot and wrap with a scarf. Apply once a day without using blue clay more than once. A new clay mixture will be needed for each coating.
  7. Iodine and garlic-iodine is often used in tendon injuries, arthrosis, arthritis and osteochondrosis. Iodine penetrates deep into the tissues in combination with garlic. Both iodine and garlic show local irritation and activate the bloodstream by removing the inflammatory condition and swelling of the tissues. However, this remedy can only be used five to six days a week. This mixture is contraindicated in case of pregnancy and intolerance of at least one component.
  8. Salty gloves – an excellent remedy for inflammatory conditions of the joints of the hands and polyarthritis of the fingers. Soak cotton fabric gloves in saline solution (one tablespoon of salt and one cup of water). Then drain the gloves slightly. Put on your hands and cover with a nylon bag and wrap with a scarf. Hold overnight or for several hours a day. This method reduces pain and swelling of the joints. The water should be warm. Apply a salt bandage every night for 13 days with the obligatory additional warming with a scarf.

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