Clay, white cabbage and dandelion bath reduce rheumatoid arthritis

Clay, white cabbage and dandelion bath reduce rheumatoid arthritis
During life, the joints and spine are constantly burdened and often affected by injuries and diseases. Joint diseases can be inflammatory, degenerative, and rheumatic conditions (and they can also appear as part of other diseases).
Proper posture is recommended for everyone who wants to preserve the joints and spine
Avoid high heels, use proper bedding and a diet enriched with calcium and other minerals.
Rheumatoid arthritis is the most common form of rheumatism due to an inflammatory condition. It is somewhat more common in women than in men. The disease is chronic and lasts a lifetime. The disease gradually worsens due to lack of timely treatment. This inflammatory condition affects all joints except the spine (rarely the neck). It is the result of “errors” of the immune system (some proteins in the body change so much that the body no longer recognizes them as its own and this happens due to an as yet unknown reason. Antibodies are created and changes occur in the joints of the arms and legs). The disease is not hereditary or contagious, although there are genetic predispositions. It appears between the ages of 20 and 40, but children and the elderly can also get the disease. “Morning stiffness” occurs in the joints, which is most pronounced in the hands. A person begins to feel pain in the joints and eventually swelling occurs in the joints.
The inflammatory condition can affect all joints in which the swollen tissue grows, which erodes the cartilage of the bones. That’s why the joints are distorted. For example, the fingers bend and turn to the side, the front part of the foot expands and the thumb is folded under the other toes. Joints become loose or stiff. An untreated person can no longer use his hands or walk (he even becomes a complete invalid).

Phytotherapy offers some options that reduce pain and heal

  1. Lubricate clay compresses-joints with calendula oil. Then make a thick slurry of fresh, cold clay. Put it in the form of a compress about 3 cm thick. Keep for 12 hours.
  2. White cabbage – put the white cabbage leaves over the sick part and wrap it with a towel.
  3. Tincture of comfrey – finely chop and grind the root of the comfrey plant. Place in a bottle and pour over brandy with 40 vol% alcohol. Leave for 4 weeks. This tincture will relieve pain if it is applied to the painful area 4 times a day.
  4. Horsetail – drink 2 cups of tea from this plant a day. One cup before breakfast and another half an hour before the evening meal. Add one spoonful of Swedish bitter to the tea. Drink 4 cups of nettle tea alongside this tea. The therapy lasts 3 weeks.
  5. Dandelion bath – boil 4 tablespoons of fresh meadow dandelion on low heat in a liter of water. Pour the cooked mixture into the bath water. Immerse your hands or feet and keep it like that for about 20 minutes. Then wrap your hands and feet in a woolen scarf, but do not wipe off the rest of the bath water. Lie in bed and cover yourself well until your body starts sweating. Stay in bed for at least one hour.


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