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Home Remedy for Arthritis

Arthritis literally means 'inflammation of the joints'. The term has been derived from two
Greek words, 'athron' (which means joints) and 'itis' (which means inflammation). A chronic
disease, arthritis can be classified into various types, two bein the most commonly found !
osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. The former usually occurs in the older people, when
their joints become week. The latter
is a serious disease, which affects not
only the joints of the finers, wrists,
hips, knees, and feet, but also the muscles, tendons and other tissues of the body. A few home
remedies have been found to be helpful in curin arthritis. "ead on to find how to treat
arthritis naturally.
Home Remedy For Arthritis
An effective way to et relief from the pain of arthritis is to massae the affected area
with warm olive oil.
#i$ olive oil with diluted arlic, juniper, lavender, sae, rosemary, thyme, or
sassafras oil. The mi$ should be in the ratio of %&%', where %' represent the parts of
olive oil. #assae this mi$ture over the affected area.
(team baths and body massae have also proved worthwhile for people sufferin
from arthritis.
The person sufferin from arthritis should consume food items rich in calcium, )inc
and vitamin *.
An efficient home remedy for arthritis would be to have fresh potato juice in the
mornin. The juice should comprise of +' percent potato juice and +' percent water.
The simplest home remedy for arthritis would be to rub the affected area with warm
vinear, just before sleepin.
#i$ %' rams of camphor with ,'' rams of mustard oil. -eep this mi$ture in a
tihtly corked bottle and e$pose it to sunliht, daily, until the camphor melts.
"eularly massae the affected area with this mi$ture.
Grind four peeled pieces of arlic, alon with two rams of (praue. .ip this mi$ture
in /' rams mustard oil and heat, on low flame, for %!, minutes. #assae the achin
joints with this oil, after coolin it down, to et relief from pain and swellin.
"heumatoid arthritis can be cured by consumin a few rams of fresh or powdered
iner per day, alon with water.
Add 0 tbsp of 1psom salt to your bath, filled with warm water. 2athin with this
water will help reduce inflammation and stiffness of joints.
#assain with castor oil also reduces the pains, thereby providin relief from
arthritis.
3eople facin arthritis problem should rela$ in a tub of warm water, to which a cupful
of sea salt has been added.
1plant is also helpful in curin arthritis. 2ake one or two eplant, mash them and
fry the resultant pulp in castor oil. Add spices, such as cumin, coriander, turmeric,
arlic and salt and cook for a few seconds. 4ave this, once a day, for about two to
three months.
Causes & Symptoms of Arthritis
Arthritis can be described as the pain that occurs in the joints of the body. #ostly occurrin
in aed people, arthritis can strike members of both the se$. There are different kinds of
arthritis, the most common bein osteoarthritis or deenerative joint disease, which is usually
the result of a trauma that the joint suffered at some point of time, an infection of the joint or
old ae. The other types of arthritis include rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis, which
result when the body tissues are mistakenly attacked by its own immune system. Then, there
is septic arthritis, caused by joint infection, and outy arthritis, due to deposition of uric acid
crystals in the joints. There are various reasons for the occurrence of arthritis. "ead further to
know more about the causes and symptoms of arthritis.
Causes Of Arthritis
4ormonal imbalance
1motional stress
(tructural chanes in the articular cartilae of joints
4eredity factors
3hysical e$ertion
5nfection
(evere friht
(hock
5njury
6besity
Aein
3revious physical injuries
6ccupational ha)ards, such as those e$perienced by assembly line workers and heavy
construction
4ih!level sports
Symptoms Of Arthritis
3ain and stiffness in the joints
Anemia
*olitis
*onstipation
.eformed hands and feet
5nflammation of muscles, liaments and cartilae
3ainful movement of the joints, especially in cold, windy and damp weather
7eak diestion
6vereatin
8ery little physical activity
9atiue or lack of enery
5nflammation, indicated by joint swellin, stiffness, redness and:or warmth
5ntermittent fever
;oss of appetite
7eiht loss
2lotchy rash on the arms and les