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Natural Home Remedies That Would Help You Get Rid Of Joint Pain (Arthritis)

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View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Arthritis or joint pain, is a common condition that affects many people in the world. But thankfully there's some home remedies and few dietary changes that can help reduce the risk of developing the symptoms of joint pain, or get rid of it completely.

Arthritis or is not anything to worry about since it can get better by itself within a few days to weeks or even months.

Moreover, physical therapy is often suggested to help ease arthritis pain. It can strengthen the muscles that support your damaged joints, help reduce joint stiffness, and improve your range of motion.

However, here are some home remedies to manage the pain;

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. 1. Ginger;

Ginger Extract may help with joint and muscle pain because it contains phytochemicals, which help stop inflammation. Few side effects have been linked to ginger when taken in small doses.

2. Turmeric;

Turmeric is a powerful anti-inflammatory spice that has been shown in some studies to help reduce swelling and pain from arthritis according to recent study. A tasty way to eat turmeric is to make it into “golden milk,” a traditional hot Indian drink made from any type of milk, turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, pepper, and a dash of maple syrup. While you can certainly add turmeric to food, it’s commonly used as part of Indian cooking and you likely need to take a supplement to consume enough to impact arthritis symptoms.

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. 3. Black Pepper;

It’s making me sneeze just thinking about it. Black pepper has long been known to aid in pain relief and swelling reduction. You may have heard of capsaicin before now. That’s the key ingredient in black pepper that’s thought to give relief. Capsaicin appears in many over the counter creams and lotions, most often associated with anti-inflammatory medications.

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