Arthritis is inflammation of one or more joints, and is manifested by pain and swelling of the affected joints. Although there are more than one hundred kinds of diseases as the arthritis, in practice it turned out that behind the pain and swelling of the wrist often hide rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis and gout.

Given that the causes of arthritis are many, as soon as symptoms appear you need to see a doctor, who after specific diagnosis will reveal the causes of the disease and determine appropriate treatment. Here is what you can do at home to help you ease the pain.

Home Remedies Arthritis and Rheumatic Pains in Joints

  1. Miracle potato juice

Potato juice binds uric acid, therefore it is advised to use freshly pressed juice of one medium-sized potato during the day or in the morning before breakfast. To improve the taste you can mix it with lemon juice or soup.

  1. Radishes

Fresh juice made out of radishes can significantly alleviate joint pain and it is taken three times a day( no more than one tablespoon each time)

  1. Eat Lentils

This cereal contains routine and askoroutine, substances that have healing properties for many diseases including arthritis. It helps for lowering blood pressure and fat in the blood, improves the function of kidney, and are recommended for diabetics. Everyone should include lentil porridge on their menu.

  1. Bark of Willow

This tea contains salicylate acid which reduces pain and infections.

How to make tea?

Three parts dried bark of willow are poured with boiling water. Let this stay for 15 minutes. Then drain and cool, and add the lemon juice. Salicylate acid is also found in dried plums, pineapple, grapes, currants, apricots, almonds, zucchini, peppers, olives, pickled cabbage, turmeric …

  1. St. John’s Wort and Thyme

Pour two teaspoons of mixture of these herbs in a pint of boiling water, cover it and let it stay for ten minutes. Strain and drink in sips throughout the day.

  1. Honey and Cinnamon Massage

Mix one tablespoon of honey and two tablespoons of warm water, then add a little cinnamon. Make a smooth mixture and then massage your joints.

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Arthritis is inflammation of one or more joints, and is manifested by pain and swelling of the affected joints. Although there are more than one hundred kinds of diseases as the arthritis, in practice it turned out that behind the pain and swelling of the wrist often hide rheumatoid...