Home remedies for Arthritis is dedicated to old tried and tested
remedies, that have been passed down through the years, and when you
read on you will see that most of them have a basis in scientific facts.
Herbs for Arthritis revolves around the herbs that nature provides for easing the painful effects of arthritis on the joints
Natural Remedies for Arthritis is a straight forward guide to healing foods for Arthritis.
Arthritis Pain Relief takes a look at the causes and symptoms of Osteoarthritis.
We have given you a lot of information on what causes arthritis pain, and what the probable causes are, so now, lets swing right into the natural old home remedies for arthritis by starting with:
Rub Castor Oil onto your arthritic joints often during the day.
Mix 2 cakes of camphor, 1 bottle of methylated spirits and a cup of Rue leaves. Allow to stand for 24 hours and then rub into painful areas 3 times a day and specially just before bedtime.
Dissolve 3 tablespoons of Epsom salts in 1 liter of warm water and add the juice of 5 lemons. Store in a cool place and drink a small glass first thing every morning.
One cup of Rooibos Tea, 2 teaspoons of honey and 2 teaspoons of lemon juice:
Stir a teaspoon of cayenne pepper, a tablespoon of honey and some lemon juice into a glass of water and drink the mixture.
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"The art of healing comes from nature and not from the Physician. Therefore the Physician must start from nature with an open mind."
~ Paracelsus ~
If you can't stand your garlic breath, then the chances are that those around you don't appreciate it either so take a look at some useful tips on how to stop a garlic breath!!
Try chewing fresh parsley after you have eaten garlic....
Brush your teeth immediately afterwards, not allowing the garlic to get stuck between your teeth....
Or else, try using dietary supplements that are available....
Spinach is a super source of antioxidants and cancer antagonists, containing about four times more beta carotene and three times more lutein than broccoli.
It is rich in fiber that helps lower blood cholesterol.
Extremely high in oxalate, thus, not recommended for people susceptible to kidney stones.
Note: Some of its antioxidants are destroyed by cooking, so rather eat raw or lightly cooked.
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