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Arthritis Remedies-Treat Arthritis Naturally

Updated on June 17, 2012

How to Treat Arthritis Naturally

Of all types of arthritis, the most common are the Osteoarthritis and the Rheumatoid Arthritis. The causes of arthritis are genetic predisposition, traumas and factors caused by advancing age. There are many kinds of arthritis remedies available on the market, some can only stop the pain temporarily, but some can really cure arthritis.

Here are some effective natural arthritis remedies:

High sugar containing food, caffeine and alcohol can exacerbate arthritis. Thus avoiding these products will help decrease arthritis pain.

Taking vitamins

Taking calcium, vitamin C and D will help to bone formation and prevent arthritis. Calcium is an important factor to maintain bone health.



Fenugreek is an excellent arthritis remedy as it has anti-inflammatory properties. It can be found as capsule form in stores. Taking two to three capsules or as directed can completely cure arthritis problem. It is also beneficial for a variety of problems like diabetes, high blood pressure, hotflushes, bronchitis etc. Fenugreek has diosgenin, a phytoestrogen compound which has estrogenic property.


For arthritis treatment Yucca is very effective as it reduces inflammation. It reduces swelling and stiffness of joints, and thus pain of arthritis.

White Willow

White Willow has pain reducing and anti-inflammatory properties and is better than the over the counter medicines. It is used as one of the useful arthritis remedies.

Cayenne Pepper

cayenne pepper contains capsaicin that has pain reducing properties. Capsaicin {is|is considered to well-known for its pain reducing property in the alternative medicine world. So, capsaicin is a top rated arthritis medicine.

Devil's Claw

Devil's Claw is a herb that is used around the world for its pain reducing, anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties. Devil's claw has been used in Europe and Africa for centuries and is found to really lower joint painfulness while improving the physical condition of joints.


Acupuncture - is good for a vast array of ailments, this ancient treatment has been used with great success. The extremely fine needles that are used during an acupuncture procedure activate acupuncture points that are found all around your body. it enhances blood circulation to the areas that are treated, patients often experience wonderful relief of pain.


Generally, there are varieties of arthritis Remedies that really can help relieve the symptoms of Arthritis. Therapy can additionally be found in the form of joint protections such as knee supports and back belts. Remedies that are easily available do not always work as they are thought of.A regimen of light exercise are very helpful in reducing pain and giving more supple movement in the patient. Home remedies for arthritis are always better, because they are safer for the body.

All of the above herbs and nutrients have been proven to help in reducing the pains of arthritis.


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    • Peter Geekie profile image

      Peter Geekie 

      6 years ago from Sittingbourne

      Dear sfshine,

      A very useful and novel article on the use of natural remedies in the treatment of arthritis - thank you

      Kind regards Peter


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