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7 Herbal Remedies for Relieving Arthritic Pain Naturally

There are actually three common types of arthritis. These are
Osteoarthritis which is the most common, affecting around 16
million Americans with an average age of 45. It usually will
attack weight bearing joints like knees, hips, and ankles but has
been found in the fingers, neck and spine. Each of our joints
is cushioned by cartilage, a very dense, sponge-like substance.
Osteoarthritis attacks that cartilage and gradually wears it

Another type of arthritis is Rheumatoid Arthritis. Extremely
painful and inflammatory, it strikes the lining of the joints and
actually attacks two million Americans in their twenties.

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

The term Arthritis literally translates to “joint inflammation.”
If you suffer from any of the different types of Arthritis listed
above, chances are you have taken drugs to combat the effects or
tried other “home remedies.” If you haven’t yet tried
“Urtication,” it might be helpful. The term “Urtication” comes
from the botanical name, Urtica dioica and dates back some 2,000
years to biblical times. Urtica dioica is “Stinging Nettle. The
treatment is to grasp the nettles in a gloved hand and swat the
sore joints with the nettles. This may seem bizarre, but the
practice has proven to be so effective for some sufferers of
arthritis that they now maintain a nettle plant on their window

Here are a few more herbs that are used effectively for the
treatment of arthritis:

Black Cohosh
Also known as Black Snakeroot, Bugbane, Rattleroot, Rattleweed,
Squawroot. The dried root is the part used. This is a powerful
relaxant as well as being extremely effective with easing painful
menstrual cramps. Ovarian cramps will be relieved as well as
bringing on a delayed menstrual cycle. It is also effective in
the treatment of arthritis, osteo-arthritis, rheumatic pain and
neurological pan. In small doses, appetite and digestion are
greatly improved and is very beneficial for the nervous system in

Useful for treatment of rheumatism, osteo-arthritis and
rheumatoid arthritis. Also has a stimulating effect on

walls of the colon and digestive juices.

Celery Seeds
Use dried ripe fruits to use as an anti-inflammatory,
anti-rheumatic, diuretic or anti-spasmodic. Great for treating
rheumatism, arthritis and gout.

Very useful in cases of acne, arthritis, chronic backache, skin
conditions of warts and blotches. Also one of the best cancer

Use the leaves to treat migraine headaches, arthritis, dizziness
and tinnitus.

The is the herb we referred to earlier and is another one of
those “universal” plants. They are found all over the world and
they strengthen the entire body. Rheumatism, arthritis, eczema,
nosebleeds, arteries, lessen blood pressure are just a few
applications. Nettles contain calcium, chlorine, iron,
potassium, silicon, sodium and sulphur.

A natural hydrochloric acid (utilizes sugar of fruits and oils),
thus helping arthritics get rid of the uric acid which holds the
calcium deposited in the joints. Also reduces lactic acid build
up. Good for measles, skin, scarlet fever and perspiration.

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 ingest in teas while
others may facilitate creating a topical treatment.

No matter what natural remedies you choose please consult your
physician to make certain that your course of treatment does not
interfere with medications that your doctor subscribes for your

The information contained in this article is for educational purposes
only and is not intended to medically diagnose, treat or cure any
disease. Consult a health care practitioner before beginning any
health care program.

About the Author

Emily Clark is editor at Lifestyle Health News and Medical Health News
where you can find the most up-to-date advice and information on
many medical, health and lifestyle topics.

Written by: Emily Clark

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