Are their any natural cures for Arthritis that actually work?

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  1. getitrite profile image77
    getitriteposted 8 years ago

    Are their any natural cures for Arthritis that actually work?

  2. GALAXY 59 profile image93
    GALAXY 59posted 8 years ago

    I have found that nettle tea works well for me, it reduces swelling and seems to ease aches and pains.

  3. peterxdunn profile image61
    peterxdunnposted 8 years ago

    I once saw a tv program about the use of cod liver oil for treating arthritis. It described a procedure where the oil was added to a glass of milk and then the mixture was aerated with a  whisk (blender). The idea was that you drink this concoction every day until excessive amounts of white wax begins appearing in your ears - this tells you that the mixture has worked its way through your system. After this point you can take the medecine two or three times a weak to maintain pain free, healthier joints.

    I have also heard - anecdotally - that evening primrose oil works wonders for arthritis sufferers.

  4. justom profile image66
    justomposted 8 years ago

    Vitamin D also reduces swelling and helps.

  5. Gluten Free Mom profile image57
    Gluten Free Momposted 8 years ago

    its not a cure, but it should help if you go gluten free. Wheat causes swelling in the joints and many other problems. Its estimated the 80% of people have some type of wheat allergy and don't know it. After suffering from many health problems going gluten free has changed my life

  6. tmbridgeland profile image81
    tmbridgelandposted 8 years ago

    I second Gluten Free Mom. Try cutting back on wheat. The whole Paleo Diet is supposed to be great.

  7. herbalshealth profile image59
    herbalshealthposted 7 years ago

    Acupuncture is the best treatment for the arthritis. but you have to find the reliable expert doctor. you can get more information about it from my blog. Acupuncture and Arthritis

  8. Jester98 profile image65
    Jester98posted 7 years ago

    getitrite what have you tried? Yes I think eating a healthy diet with no processed foods will help greatly with this. The thing is you need to keep with it. The more you it processed foods the more you are inviting inflammation into your body which will in turn cause you arthritic pain. Curious to know what you have been doing?

  9. KimmiS profile image56
    KimmiSposted 6 years ago

    Both gluten and meat can cause arthritic symptoms. Try cutting them both from your diet (meat includes chicken and fish!).


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