12/13/2017

Herbal Cures for Arthritis

Herbal Cures for Arthritis

There are three common types of arthritis. They include osteoarthritis (the most common), affecting around 16 million Americans with an average age of 45. Osteoarthritis, also called degenerative joint disease (DJD), usually attacks weight-bearing joints just like the knees, hips, and ankles. It is also frequently found in the fingers, spinal. Each of our important joints is cushioned by cartilage. Osteoarthritis attacks that normal cartilage and gradually wears it down.

  • Another type of arthritis is known as rheumatoid arthritis.
  • Extremely painful and inflammatory, it strikes the lining of the joints and leads to severe joint destruction.
  • It attacks millions Americans, many in their younger years.

Psoriatic arthritis is not as well known as the previous two, but actually eats away at the joints and can also manifest as psoriasis lesions on your skin.

The term arthritis literally translates to "joint inflammation." If you suffer from some of the different types of osteoarthritis listed above, chances are you have taken drugs (either prescribed or over-the-counter) in order to combat the pain, or tried alternative or "home" remedies.

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Have Not Yet Tried "Urtication," It May Offer Some Help

The term "urtication" comes from the botanical title, Urtica dioica and also dates back several 2,000 years to biblical times. Urtica dioica is also known as stinging nettle. The treatment is to grasp the nettles in a gloved hand and swat the sore joints with the nettles. This may sound quite bizarre, but the practice has proven to be so effective for a few people with arthritis that they now maintain a nettle plant on their window sill.

Here are a few more natural herbs that are used by many people to deal with arthritis:

Black Cohosh: Also Called Black Snakeroot, Bugbane, Rattleroot, and Also Squawroot

This herb is a relaxant as well as being extremely effective in easing painful menstrual cramps. It is also effective in the treatment of osteoarthritis, rheumatic pain and nerve pain. In small doses, appetite and digestion tend to be greatly improved and it can be very beneficial for the nervous system in general.

  • Bogbean: Useful for treatment of rheumatism, osteo-arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
  • Also has a stimulating effect on the actual colon.
  • Celery Seeds: Use dried out ripe many fruits as an anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic, diuretic or even anti-spasmodic.
  • Great for treating rheumatism, joint disease and gout.
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    • Chapparal: Useful in cases of acne, arthritis, chronic backache, warts and also skin blotches.
    • Also alleged to be one of the best cancer-fighting herbs.

    Feverfew: Use the leaves to treat migraine headaches, arthritis, dizziness or vertigo, and tinnitus (ringing in the ears).

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    • Nettle: Here is the herb we referred to earlier and is another one of those "universal" plants that is found all over the world.
    • Rheumatism, arthritis, eczema, nosebleeds, high blood pressure are just a few programs.
    • Nettles contain calcium, chlorine, metal, potassium, silicon, sodium and sulfur.
    Saffron: A natural form of hydrochloric acid, saffron helps arthritics get rid of the uric acid which holds on the calcium deposited in the joints. Also reduces lactic acid build-up. Said to be good for measles, skin problems, scarlet fever and perspiration.
    • Yucca: Hope for arthritics.
    • The extract from the plant has been used with surprising success on arthritis and rheumatism sufferers.
    • All of the herbs mentioned here should be available at your local health food store along with suggestions on how to prepare them for use.
    • Some applications will be to eat in teas while others may require the creation of a topical ointment therapy.

    No matter what treatments you decide on please consult your physician in order to make certain that your course of treatment does not interfere with any other medications that your doctor has prescribed for your treatment.

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    Susie HartSusie Hart
    Susie is a leading curator at omex3.com, a resource about alternative natural health. Last year, Susie worked as a post curator at a well-known tech web site. When she's not sourcing web posts, Susie enjoys working out and skateboarding.