Arthritis is a disease which causes loss of movement of the joints along with inflammation and plenty of pain. The problem with prescription medication is that it has many side effects and can become addicting. Thankfully, there are natural ways to reduce arthritis pain.
Here are several natural remedies which can help to reduce your arthritis pain. Keep in mind that nobody’s arthritis is the same and each person can experience different kinds of pain. Try each of these remedies to find out which one is the best for your type of pain.
6 Ways To Treat Arthritis Naturally
1. Colloidal Silver
Since some types of arthritis are believed to be viral related, colloidal silver can be an effective treatment. Colloidal silver is an all-natural and powerful anti-inflammatory agent. It works by naturally holding onto oxygen molecules which readily react with sulfhydryl (H) groups that surround viruses and bacteria.
To learn more about colloidal silver and its other natural health benefits, read here.
2. Colloidal Gold
Colloidal gold is a potent anti-inflammatory agent. It is often used to ease the swellings and pain of arthritis, rheumatism, tendonitis, and bursitis.
Colloidal gold is particularly efficient when combined with colloidal silver to reduce pain associated with some forms of arthritis, such as rheumatoid arthritis.
3. Plant Minerals
Plant minerals are the building blocks of enzymes. They are also necessary for the utilization of all other vitamins.
Experts say that about 90 percent of Americans suffer from a mineral deficiency. For your body to function properly, you need to be sure to ingest natural plant minerals─the best source, of course, coming from plants. However, with soil erosion and depletion, trace minerals are not as potent in produce as they used to be.
Therefore, it’s best to grow your own fruits and vegetables in a mineral rich soil. Or, you can shop for your produce at a local Farmer’s Market as local farmers are more likely to care about the conditions of their soil than mass producers care.
If you are not getting enough plant minerals from produce, it’s best to take supplements. Ionic mineral supplements are the best to take.
Did you know that a lack of magnesium can lead to many health problems, including inflammation? It’s beneficial to learn more about magnesium deficiencies and which type of magnesium supplement is best for you.
4. All-Natural, Pain-Relieving Topical Blams─Such as Zen Sports Balm
Zen Sports Pain Relief Balm products, invigorate the human body, reduce pain, and encourage a natural state of wellness. When an injury occurs in the body, the nerves create a type of pain message. These messages flow along the spinal cord and up to the brain.
Before they can reach the brain, they encounter what is known as, “nerve gates.”
When these gates are open, pain messages “get through” easily, and pain can be intense.
When these gates are closed, pain messages are blocked from reaching the brain and may not be experienced at all.
For example, after hitting one’s elbow or head, rubbing the area seems to provide some relief.
This motion stimulates further sensory nerve fibers, that send information about touch and pressure through the body.
When arriving at the brain, they override some of the pain messages it’s been receiving.
This action, as depicted in the infograph, helps to explain why topical analgesics, such as ZEN Pain Relief Balm are effective in treating a broad range of pain.
Zen only uses the finest, all-natural ingredients in their pain-relieving balms, such as essential oils. Essential oils have high anti-inflammatory properties that can effectively relieve the pain of arthritis.
5. Black Cherry Juice or Tart Cherries
Some studies have shown that the anthocyanins that provide tart and black cherries their color are responsible for the pain-relieving effect.
You can drink 8oz. of black cherry juice twice a day, eat tart cherries when they are in season, or take black cherry supplements.
6. Oil of Ginger
Oil of ginger, or ginger essential oil, has high anti-inflammatory properties which can reduce the pain of arthritis.
- 5 drops ginger essential oil
- 20 drops carrier oil─such as sweet almond or jojoba oil
- Blend well and massage into painful areas as needed
- Do not ingest essential oils
You can also drink ginger tea, steeped from fresh ginger root, to help reduce pain associated with inflammation.
We know that dealing with the pain associated with arthritis can be overwhelming. That’s why we are always searching for natural remedies to help deal with your pain.
We would love for you to try Zen Relief Blam which is great for relieving the pain of arthritis.
However, these other remedies might be the answer to treating your arthritis pain.
Do you have a natural remedy to treat arthritis? If so, let us know in the comments below.
Also, if you found this info useful, please share it with your friends and family so that they too can benefit from all-natural remedies to treat their pain due to arthritis and inflammation.
Robin, and the Zen team.
Note: This article is for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose or treat any health condition. Therefore, ask your doctor about any health concerns that you might have and seek proper medical treatment.
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