Arthritis is an inflammatory disease that most commonly affects the joints. There are over a hundred types of arthritis that can affect different areas of the body. In addition to the joints, some forms of arthritis are associated with diseases of other tissues and organs of the body. The most common types are osteoarthritis, gout and rheumatoid arthritis. This vicious disease does not affect only the elderly. People of all ages, including children and young adults, can develop arthritis.
It is a very complex disease and search for the drug may be prolonged. However, you may treat it without the use of any medical drugs, which can have serious side effects. The good news is that with proper diet, exercise, selected herbs and natural supplements, you can prevent or completely cure arthritis.
Indian frankincense tree
Boswellic acids are the most important ingredient of incense. They have strong anti-inflammatory effect and effectively relieve pain caused by arthritis, but unlike conventional drugs do not cause side effects.
Incense improves circulation and blood flow through the vessels damaged by inflammation, which further helps the joints with arthritis.
Its powerful anti-inflammatory action helps with Crohn’s disease and cysts.
Because of its anti-inflammatory properties of turmeric, it is often used in natural products to treat arthritis. Its effectiveness has been demonstrated in numerous studies.
Curcumin – the main active ingredient in turmeric – volunteers have effectively been alleviated with their morning stiffness and swelling of joints.
Twelve hundred mg of curcumin act against arthritis as well as 300 milligrams of the anti-inflammatory drug phenylbutazone.
Regenerates cartilage and gives elasticity to ligaments and tendons. Its taking some longer time relieves pain.
Thanks to its small molecular size, it easily reaches the cells of articular cartilage and synovial membrane.
Already in middle age, the body does not produce enough, resulting in painful swelling and joint stiffness. Disadvantages are it high price, the possibility of allergies, and unsuitability for vegetarians and diabetics.
It blocks the enzymes that break down cartilage. Like glucosamine, this substance provides a framework for the synthesis of collagen, binding enough water to create a viscous, elastic layer.
Thus it lubricates and protects cartilage, strengthening the flexibility and resistance to compression.
In addition, the chondroitin blocking of certain enzymes, prevents the wear of articular cartilage. However, it can cause the same side effects as well as glucosamine.
Hyaluronic acid (HA)
It is the most important part of the connective tissue because lubricates the articular surface of the movement and it is amortized.
Production of hyaluronic acid decreases throughout life, so most of the fifty-year-olds have 50 percent less hyaluronic acid in knee joints than in their youth.
This reduction causes the weakening of the visco-elastic properties of joint fluid. It can be administered orally or by injection by a skilled practitioner.
It reduces the risk of rheumatoid arthritis. Lack of zinc in the diet is a factor that increases the risk of inflammation of the connective tissue, rheumatism, as well as the appearance of cellulite.
Zinc helps diabetics because of its role in the formation of insulin and neutralizes excess copper, which is one of the causes of arthritis.
Food containing zinc includes beans, whole grains, pumpkin and its seeds, soya beans and peas.
Manganese is required for the synthesis of the main components of cartilage.
A deficiency can lead to knee pain, chronic fatigue, and loss of balance. It is found in pineapple, oatmeal, nuts, legumes, spinach and tea.
Osteol is a new patented ingredient that is clinically proven to reduce inflammation and protects cartilage from degenerative changes.
In scientific tests, Osteol is proved to have a protective and regenerative effect on cartilage cells.
It is particularly effective in synergy with the other ingredients of arthritis. The advantages are its affordable price and convenience for vegetarians.
MSM provides strength and stability of the connective tissue by supplying the body with sulfur, and the health of cartilage depends on the sulfur.
Without the incorporation of the compound into amino acids of the protein molecule, the connective tissue is disturbed.
Our body uses and spends MSM daily. It is found in garlic, onions, sprouts, asparagus and kale. It can also be taken in the form of a supplement.
It is used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine to treat various rheumatic diseases, and diseases of the muscles and skeleton.
Ginger is far more valuable than conventional corticosteroid anti-inflammatory drugs, which can have serious side effects.
Ginger prevents the production of inflammatory prostaglandins and leukotrienes substances, inflammatory fluid decomposes and an acid in the joints and causes no side effects.
Cetyl Myristoleate (CM)
It protects cartilage tissue from abrasion caused by movement and joint overuse, participates in the process of regeneration and stimulates the immune response to pain and swelling.
In the long term, CM improves the condition of the joints through rapid and safe working on different types of arthritis.
After a therapeutic dose, a lower dose with the appropriate diet for the maintenance of joint health is sufficient.
It is found in palm and coconut oil, and the richest known source is African nut combos.
Its action relieves pain and inflammation, same as aspirin and analgesics.
It is especially recommended as a diuretic for secretion of fluid that is accumulated in the joints as a result of inflammation.
It promotes the elimination of liquids and toxic substances in obesity and cellulite. Using Meadowsweet increases the chances of recovery or mitigation of disease.
Leaf of blackcurrant
This is one of the best natural antirheumatic. The therapy is used S.I.P.F. – Extract of a blackcurrant leaf for oral use, as well as a gel to apply on the aching joints.
Both are very effective for preventing and relieving symptoms of people with rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory joint diseases.
It has an anti-rheumatic and diuretic effect and stimulates bile secretion. It was officially approved for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis, as a stand-alone drug, or as an adjunct therapy.
Tincture or infusion of nettle leaf are considered to be best for enhancing uric acid extraction and are therefore the ideal remedy for gout.
It is used for several months (sometimes maybe for half a year) continuously. Always use fresh preparations.
This herb, also called harpagofit, has anti-inflammatory, antirheumatic, analgesic, sedative and diuretic properties.
It is effective in chronic rheumatism, arthritis, gout, back pain, neuralgia and lumbago, especially with pain in the hip, knee and lower back.
In some European countries, it is given as an injection instead of corticosteroids. We recommend dry standardized extracts of harpagofit in capsules.
Used as an anti-inflammatory agent in rheumatic diseases. Clove oil is ideal for massaging inflamed joints.
Filler recommended by the renowned herbalist Maurice Mességuécontains the following ingredients:
a pinch of chamomile
a pinch of lavender
2 pinches of sage
2 pinches of rosemary
1 liter of water
Prepare a tea from it and drink four cups a day.
At the same time put your arms and legs in the following formulation:
a handfulof Celandine
a handfulof knotweed roots
a handfulofthe common broomflowers (Cytisus scoparius)
a handfulof lavender
1 chopped onion
2 liters of water