Does anyone know any affective naturally remedies for arthritis pain?

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  1. Jacqueline4390 profile image85
    Jacqueline4390posted 3 years ago

    Does anyone know any affective naturally remedies for arthritis pain?

    The prescription that my doctor recommended gave me very adverse affects. This is a new doctor for me as my original doctor for almost 30 years retired. I explained that most medications are rough on my sensitive system so he provided me with samples. This is Limbrel and it's a medicine food. Still can't take it. Trying to working through my pain here ... any suggestions?

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  2. SolarIc3 profile image64
    SolarIc3posted 3 years ago

    Ginger has been known to reduce inflamation.  You can buy ginger pills so you don't have to eat large quantities of raw ginger which is not that tasty.  Turmeric is also something that could help also available in pill form.  I know that some people don't believe in herbs but both ginger and turmeric are good for you and you shouldn't experience side effects.

    1. Jacqueline4390 profile image85
      Jacqueline4390posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      This sounds great ... I love ginger tea and I also drink ginger ale made with real ginger. You have helped me very much!!!

  3. Lori P. profile image85
    Lori P.posted 3 years ago

    This is a well-known Asian homeopathic recipe for arthritis pain. Gin is made from juniper berries that contain a substance that naturally prevents inflammation in the joints.

    Gin-soaked Golden Raisins
    Place golden raisins (must be golden raisins, the yellow kind) in a glass jar. Cover with good quality gin. Allow the raisins to soak for three weeks. Then, eat nine raisins a day to alleviate joint pain.

    This really works. I just made two batches for a friend who suffers from joint pain and cannot take prescription meds. Best wishes for relief.

    1. Jacqueline4390 profile image85
      Jacqueline4390posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you so much ... what are the effects on someone who has never drunk alcohol?

    2. Lori P. profile image85
      Lori P.posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Well, I suppose it's much like any other medicine that has alcohol in it, such as Nyquil, etc. If you are allergic to alcohol then of course avoid this remedy!

  4. artist101 profile image68
    artist101posted 3 years ago

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    To add to the comments in this post. Cherry is a very effective supplement for pain. Eating a hand full of cherries will help. There are numerous other supplements available that are helpful in treating the pain, as well as helping with range of motion. A new product has become available for arthritis pain that combines numerous compounds into one supplement. Instaflex Joint Support, 90 Count  http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0096H … UOUB65DBKI
    I have written an article on the subject, with information pertaining to inflammation, and the different supplements for the various causes of pain. I hope it helps. http://artist101.hubpages.com/hub/Natur … ney-Stones

    1. Jacqueline4390 profile image85
      Jacqueline4390posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you so much for your input. I will have to look at your article.

    2. artist101 profile image68
      artist101posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      You are welcome, I hope it helps

    3. Patty Inglish, MS profile image93
      Patty Inglish, MSposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      A friend drank cherry juice for gout and eye inflammation and it worked for him.

    4. artist101 profile image68
      artist101posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      I am not surprised Patty Inglish, it is a very effective anti inflammatory. Cherry has the same cox 2 inhibitors as some of the Nsaids, and pain killers on the market. For some it takes time, and has to build up. Glad to hear that it worked!!

    5. Jacqueline4390 profile image85
      Jacqueline4390posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks everyone I am so grateful.

  5. profile image51
    rwer2421posted 3 years ago

    Hello! What do you think of arthritis and polyarthritis stem cell treatment? I discovered some info on it from http://uctclinic.com which specialises in stem cell treatment of different diseases. They say, it is really effective and reliable. What can you say about it?

    1. Jacqueline4390 profile image85
      Jacqueline4390posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Stem cell treatment ... I don't know about that. It sounds scary, though. If I can just manage this pain, naturally; I think I'd be alright.

    2. profile image51
      rwer2421posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Pain management doesn't heal you though...

  6. Medusa13 profile image85
    Medusa13posted 3 years ago

    I have experienced chronic pain in my neck for years from a sports injury which trigger horrible migraines. I also had to have ACL reconstructive surgery on my knee a few years ago and will always be 20% disabled in that knee that results in pain. My father has had both knees worked on as well and suffers from aches and pains. My mother has had back and shoulder surgery and suffers from horrible chronic pain. We have all been taking Isotonix OPC3 and have found great relief from the pain with no negative side affects. It is a natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory that also has many other beneficial affects. I did write a hub on the benefits of OPCs on my hubpage. Because of the wonderful affects, I became an Unfranchise Owner in Market America. The products are amazing.

    1. Jacqueline4390 profile image85
      Jacqueline4390posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Sounds good, can you provide me with a link to that hubpage article so I can read it?

    2. Medusa13 profile image85
      Medusa13posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Sure. And if you're interested in trying it out, you can get it online through my website.
      http://medusa13.hubpages.com/hub/The-Benefits-of-OPCs
      shop.com/chelsearowe or isotonix.marketamerica.com/chelsearowe

 
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