Arthritis
Natural Remedies

Most Effective Natural Remedies for Arthritis

Sea Salt
Posted by Jeff (WAVERLY, Tenn.) on 04/28/2007
1 out of 5 stars

HAVE TRIED SALT WATER FOR 4 AND A HALF MONTHS DRANK 2 QUARTS OF WATER A DAY AND USED REDMOND SEA SALT CANT TELL ANY DIFFERENCE IN MY ARTHRITIS OR ANY THING ELSE FEEL THE SAME BEFORE I STARTED CAN'T SEE IT HAS ANY BENEFITS WILL JUST STICK TO WATER.

Ginger
Posted by Richard (USA) on 12/15/2006

Dear Suzanne: Thanks for tip. I'm going to the shopping centre where the health food store is this afternoon....and I'll get some ginger root. My ankle is in bad shape. If it were a knee or a hip....I'd have a replacement.....but they can't do that very well at this point with ankles. When we return from Viet Nam I'm looking at ankle-fusion surgery. It's not quite as bad as it sounds. One still has some movement where the leg meets the foot......and the pain stops!


Golden Grapes Soaked in Gin
Posted by Danielle (Hernando, Florida) on 02/10/2009
5 out of 5 stars

I have tried this recipe. When taken regulary it seems to be very helpful. There's several of my friends who find it helpful too.

I also recently lost 25 pounds, with the help of Raw apple cider vinger. I use it for a daily detox, antiseptic for scratchs, minor burns, mostly to help alakalize my body. Most americans have more acid in akaline in there systems.I take about a shot a day. I can really tell when I am not faithful, and eat poorly.


Golden Grapes Soaked in Gin
Posted by Cynthia (Jacksonville, Alabama) on 04/02/2010
5 out of 5 stars

I was told by a friend this cured his relative of crippling arthritis after 2 months. We have been doing it for 2 yrs and it does really help.

Gin raisins. Take golden raisins and clean them out and pick out any not good looking ones on a tray. Fill a jar 3/4's full and fill the rest of the jar with Gin. We use Bombay. Gin has lots of herbs. We are recovering alcoholics and don't drink but don't have a problem with this. After 8 days, eat 8 raisins every day. It works wonders. Good luck.


Pineapple
Posted by Jim (Fort Worth Texas) on 01/07/2006
5 out of 5 stars

Try bromelain for joint pain it helps. Has anyone ever tried noni juice it helps also.

Bromelain, derived from the pineapple plant, is one of a group of proteolytic enzymes (enzymes capable of digesting protein).


Jello
Posted by Cheryl (Georgia) on 09/24/2021

I'm interested in the jello for joints! Do I take just one cup a week in beginning? Or one cup a day? I suffer also, not being able to get pain managed and on strong medication that defeats the purpose as the medication makes it hard for me to walk also!

I really hope this helps! I'm eaten up with arthritis in my spine in my arms and hands. This will be a real answer to my prayers!

Thank you for sharing!


Glucosamine and Chondroitin
Posted by Jyoti (Tampa) on 07/13/2022

I'm looking for the name of Glucosamine for arthritis from Switzerland. Someone had mentioned that the brand was very effective compared to others in another post I cannot find.

Please if someone can help it would be great.


Supplements
Posted by Jo Ann (Clearwater Florida)
5 out of 5 stars

I have bone spurs and arthritis. A friend learned of my condition and advised these supplements: 250mg. Magnesium Oxide, (promotes bone and muscle health) and Super B complex, 250 mg. (promotes energy and metabolism). USE AS DIRECTED ON BOTTLE. Along with these supplements, I mix 1-64oz. bottle of pure 100% apple juice, and 1-64 oz. bottle of 100% grape juice, and 1-cup apple cider vinegar. Mix all liquids together and store in refrigerator. Drink 1/3 cup of mixture 3x a day. It has worked for me! Thanks and may you all be blessed with wonderful health! And remember, WE ARE WHAT WE EAT!