Besides medical treatments and doing certain exercises like yoga, there is another great remedy to ease your arthritis pain. You can use different herbs to gain relief from your arthritis agony. This disease mostly develops as you get old and creates problems in performing your everyday activities. In serious cases, you may need to go through painful medication and even radiation treatment sometimes, then why not to make an attempt to control it at early stages. If you start using below listed herbs in your food with the very first symptom then it would be easier to fight with it.
Natural remedial approach is simply matchless when it comes to dealing with arthritis-related sufferings. These herbs can be used as alternative arthritis treatments. Ask your doctor if you can add these in your routine diet or you should avoid doing so because of possibility of side effects. On his approval, use these herbs as alternative treatments for inflammation in particular which I think is the root cause of extreme arthritis pain.
What These Herbs Do?
Herbs are the natural way of cleansing metabolic waste products and other toxins from human body. Next to these traits, herbs are very beneficial to increase blood flow and aid lymph drainage. If toxins keep circulating in our body, they will cause inflammation. It will be worst if our body fails in controlling it and we will certainly be more vulnerable to diseases.
Herbs, as detoxing agents, are natureâ€™s best ever gift to humankind.Â If you donâ€™t want to use herbal medicines for any reason, you can add herbs like turmeric and ginger etc., in your food. These will not only bring taste to your food but equally aid in maintaining your good health.
Turmericâ€™s anti-inflammatory properties are amazing. It is also known as curcuma longa and belongs to ginger family. This herbaceous native plant of southeast India works quite faster than any other herb (claimed in a lab study by National Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine, US). Actually, curcumin (chemical present in turmeric) helps in protecting joints from swelling.
Also, its use can help slowing the development of rheumatoid arthritis. Even this herb is considered beneficial for treatment of Alzheimer, cataracts and cancer also. Itâ€™s frequently recommended by health experts to add this spice in your daily diet for improved health.
Flax scientifically termed as â€˜Linum usitatissimumâ€™ is the best source of Omega-3 (ALA). According to experts, Omega-3 helps in fighting inflammation and also plays significant role in making our immune system stronger. You can use it in seed form or oil but keep the quantity low; two tablespoons are enough in your daily diet. This is because flax contains animal fats that can lead to inflammation in arthritis patients if used too much. Also, use flaxseed oil instead of seeds if you have Irritable Bowel Syndrome. So, always ask your doctor first and then add anything to you diet.
- Aloe Vera:
Aloe Vera, this quite a familiar herb has astounding effects on human health. From centuries, it has been used as an alternative medicine because it shows no side effects when used topically. Aloe Vera gel is best to be applied topically and your achy joints will surely get relief. Aloe Vera is popular to treat small skin abrasions and to get relief from sunburn pain.
Topical Eucalyptus is used in oral medications and also as oil for topical use. â€˜Tannisâ€™ found in Eucalyptus plant leaves actually helps in treating the arthritis pain by reducing the swelling. Use heat pads for more improved effects of eucalyptus oil on your swollen joints.
Ginger, a very commonly existing spice in your kitchen cabinet is another best herb with anti-inflammatory properties.Â Along with strong flavor in your food, you can get good treatment for rheumatoid arthritis (RA) as it aids in reducing the joint swelling.
All these herbs are easily available in the market and offer great results than using medicines which may lead to other health issues. For healthier life ahead, you must incorporate these herbs in your routine diet. Itâ€™s the best way to treat diseases like arthritis naturally. You can use heat pads, aerobic exercises and massages to get relief from arthritis pain in addition to healthy diet and herbs in it. However, talk to your physician first before doing any treatment yourself.