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Pineapple  

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Posted by John (TN)
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Have heard that pineapple/juice cures 26% arthritis. It works and have even saw this in animals such as bears that were arthritic being helped. Make sure pure & no sugar added.


Poke Berries  

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Posted by Robert Henry (Ten Mile, Tn) on 02/26/2015
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HI U GOOD PEOPLE DOING, , , , , , , , are you familiar with the term scouring? It means to scrub the surface . Have you not wondered why Cedar trees mostly grow on a fence row? It is because the birds eat the Cedar berries, sit on the fence and poop the the seeds out. The seed now has been scoured by the birds digestive system and ready to sprout. Walla.. a new Cedar tree emerges.

I do this with sandpaper on my garden melon seeds. They sprout PDQ. That's the way nature works. You got to break the hull.

I tell you this because lots of folks in my neighborhood eat Poke Berries to help their arthritis. Poke berries are supposed to be poisonous, but only if you eat crush the seed. Birds love these berries. One guy I know freezes them and eats them all year long for his health problem. He just poops the seeds out as the birds do.

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Ten Mile, Tn
02/21/2017

POKE SALLET ANNIE

HI U GOOD FOLKS DOIN,,,,,, me and Mama have written about this plant over the years. It is a plant that grows wild in the South and the leaves are used to clean you out every spring. The berries will solve your arthritis problems. So's you get the message, a song was written that I think you will enjoy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vkYVWA6yzY

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Posted by Kathryn (Tulsa, Ok ) on 03/03/2011

Hello! My dad called me the other day to ask me to check online for poke berries to help him with severe arthritus pain he's been suffering with even with medication. I had never heard of such a thing being taken for that. And, like most everyone else, we had always been taught that they were poisonus! So, I started digging and came across this page. In my search I noticed that, even though it is available in the wild, no one mentioned where it might be purchased. Since we are not currently in a growing season, where might one PURCHASE poke berries to take till he can harvest his own? Alos, are there any pointers on harvesting?

Thank you so much for offering this thread and opportunity to reply!
Kathryn

Replied by Granny Laura
Waco, Tx Usa
03/03/2011

To Kathryn in Tulsa-- you are absolutely right about it being the wrong time for Poke Berries. There will probably not be any in the wild until mid to late summer. My late husband knew what Poke Salad (as he called it) was. I was a bit reluctant to eat something growing in the wild, especially if you had to boil it 3 times to get it tamed down enough to eat. I like my boiled Poke Salad best scrambled with eggs! It tastes much like strong spinach.

His father was born in the Oklahoma Territory and that is who he learned about Poke Salad from.

We lived in the country near Baton Rouge, LA when my husband spotted some growing wild behind the house. I live in Waco, TX now and there was some growing on a vacant lot down the street from me last summer so it grows quite prolifically in the central US for sure. Perhaps you can find some seeds online and plant them for plants and berries this summer.

If the powers that be have their way we will have laws passed banning all except very weak prescription vitamins (Codex Ailamentarium). We are going to have to learn how to survive with what we know about medicines from Mother Nature. People survived before synthetic drugs came on the scene, we may have to go back to natural cures.

I found this reference online"This plant contains chemicals called the "pokeweed mitogens" that are being studied for use in treatments of autoimmune diseases including AIDS and rheumatoid arthritis". Another site mentions using the pokeberry dye in their solar power units. Another site mentions making pokeberry wine for arthritis. I did not find any mention of seeds for sale but the best site I did find is by a herbalist and has a lot of comments from other people that use the berries for gout, children's medicine made as a tincture for a cold, assorted other things. That site was www.wisewomantradition.com/about.html. Google said there was over 50, 000 references to poke berries so you may find seeds online with some reading. Good luck in your quest.


Prolotherapy  

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Posted by Alicia (Abq, Nm) on 10/07/2012
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About 5 years ago I tripped and almost fell. I was afraid if I had I would break a hip. However in not falling and catching myself I tore my ACLs. When I finally went to the Orthopedic guy he basically told me I needed a knee replacement and that I had a very arthritic knee. He seemed to delight in showing me how they would just slice those joints off and bolt on some aparatus. I declined at that point and in a later appointment they injected some Chicken comb material supposed to help the bones glide better with a large needle that looked sort of like a turkey baster. Needless to say it was quite an experience and I have done everything I could to stay out of his office. ACV seemed to help some, but I realized I was getting less and less active because I was in pain. About a year ago, I went to a Chiropractor and she told me about Prolotherapy and how it could help me. It's a treatment where they inject sugar water in your ligaments, causing inflammation which make them stronger when they heal. Due to having flashbacks of the turkey baster, I just let time pass. Finally about a month ago I realized I had to do something and sugar water was a hell of a lot less invasive than having my knee joint cut out. So, several days ago I went in for my first Prolotherapy session. She did an ultrasound of my knee and there were large bone spurs in the area of the most pain. She numbed the area and injected the sugar water and compared to the turkey baster - it was a walk in the park! But the greatest thing is - it's 3 days later and it's at least 75% better if not more! I went grocery shopping yesterday without any pain! I'm climbing the stairs in my house with no problem! Of course, insurance won't pay for it. So I'm out $285. But I don't care! I figure I'll probably have to have another session, but I am so stoked about this I had to share! The pictures on the internet (Youtube) are a little scary and I think that was why I was so reticent. It's just such a relief to think about doing things and realizing you can because you're not hurting anymore.


Raisins Soaked in Gin  

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Posted by Susan (Wv) on 03/14/2015
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I suffered for 9 weeks with arthritis in my hip. It hurt so bad I could hardly walk. I tried everything but nothing worked. X_ray showed arthritis. I found the following on the internet. Place a cup or so of golden raisins in a shallow dish ( I use a glass pie pan.) Pour enough gin over the raisins to cover them. Cover with a paper towel and let set for ten days. Then eat 9 raisins a day. I tried it and in 6 days I noticed a difference. In 10 days my hip had no pain.I didn't limp and hold on to things trying to walk any longer. This healed me. There's a video on the internet where you can learn more about it. They say no one knows why it works, they just know it does. Just Google raisins and gin arthritis remedy and watch the video and read more about it.


Posted by Ken (Amherst, Ny Usa) on 03/08/2013
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Raisins and gin for arthritis: I tried this years ago and it worked really well. I'm in the process of trying this again and thought I would tell everyone about it on Earth Clinic. Buy a box of golden raisins (the raisins must be golden, the regular brown raisins don't work) and lay them flat in a container. I put them in a stock pot. Cover the raisins with gin (yep, the alcohol). You just have to use enough gin to cover the raisins. Let the raisins soak up the alcohol for about two weeks (do not cover the raisin container). When all the alcohol is soaked up by the raisins, you can then put the raisins in a smaller covered jar. It is recommended that you take 9 raisins a day. Goodluck and let me know how you make out.

P. S. The raisins may soak up the alcohol sooner than two weeks. Let the raisins sit two weeks before you try them. It doesn't seem to work if you try the raisins too soon.


Posted by Atlantiswaites (Phoenix, Az, Usa) on 01/04/2012

Hi, I'm surprised to not see the remedy of golden raisins soaked in gin for arthritis on this site. I learned of this from my aunt, who has arthritis in her neck (creating headaches) and knees, so her doctor actually told her to try soaking golden (they MUST be golden! ) raisins in any juniper berry gin. I gave some jars to my grandmother with rheumatoid arthritis and to my mother who has osteoarthritis for Christmas this year... it hasn't been long enough to get feedback from them so far, but my aunt swears this has helped her arthritis in her knees and neck.

Pour the gin to a level just above the level of the raisins in your jar.

Soak them for a week, which basically reconstitutes the raisins.

After that week, take anywhere between 5-10 raisins a day, whatever works for you.

Do yourself a favor and get two jars so that you can start your next jar as you start to run out of the first jar, otherwise, you'll have a week of no raisins.


Posted by Heiko (Northport, Ny, Usa) on 10/12/2010
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I had an MRI done on my neck, since I had tremendous pains in my right arm. Dr. Stated I needed surgery. First I tried all kinds of medications, none helped. While away on a 7 day cruise, I took no medications and had to suffer everyday. Upon returning, I found in my mail, a writing about remedies for arthritis. I sure was interested in it right away, someone claimed, by soaking raisins in gin and after a few days taking a spoon full of this would take away my pains. Sure enough I had these ingredients on hand, the next day after taking a table spoon of this, my pains were no longer around, I take this moderate in the morning and at bed time, 5 days have passed and no more nagging pains. Heiko, Long Island, NY


Posted by Anonymous (Iowa) on 02/22/2009
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Hello,

I'm going to share a remedy which is amazing. There are hospitals that have actually began testing this to see why it works so well for people with Arthritis.

1 box of white raisins (golden raisins) - can't be brown - have to be the golden raisins
1 bottle of gin (can be a very cheap bottle b/c you throw it out)

Put the raisins in a glass jar, and cover with the gin for 2 weeks (in a refrigerator). Drain the gin. Refrigerate. Eat 9 a day. They taste terrible, but if you follow them with a Ritz cracker, you can endure. Within a month, the pain should be gone!

My Grandma had such bad arthritis in her neck, she would have to get shots every couple of months. She did traction daily, and took a lot of pain medicine. She heard about this home remedy on a call in radio show. They were asking people to call in with old home remedies. They had over 200 calls for this remedy alone. She decided to try it.

After a month, she did not have any pain, and didn't need the medicine, shots or the traction device anymore. Her doctors were amazed!

She takes them everyday! She hasn't missed in 15 years! When she travels, she puts them on ice in a baby jar. Good luck! I hope it works for you!


Posted by Myra (Montgmery, AL) on 03/14/2008
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White Raisins and gin (remedy) Arthritis (ailment): Take a box of white raisins; place in a glass container, cover with gin. Cover with tight lid. Eat 10 raisins a day. (I put them in my ceral) Keeps pain and swelling from arthritis. When I miss a week my knees have shooting pain so bad that I have difficulty walking up stairs. Helps shoulder pain, and over all over body pain from arthritis. One of my students was in a wheel chair, and after treatment can walk with a cane.


Raw Milk  

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Posted by Thehuntz (Donnelly, Mn.) on 07/10/2012
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Another very simple cure for arthritis is glucosime and chondroitin. And the simplest way to get it? Raw Milk. I suffered from advanced arthritis for years until my chiropractor told me glucosime and condroitin was the simplest way to defeat it. And one of the simplest ways to obtain that is raw milk. As there were several people milking near me, I was able to get the raw milk easily and far cheaper than regular milk in the store. For nine years I had no problem until both milkers shut their operation down. My pain came back with a vengeance as if someone were cutting thru my arm socket with a knife. Sleeping was impossible. I finally found another person with raw milk and after 3-4 weeks the pain went completely away once again.

When they pastuerize milk they take away all the good vitamins. Raw milk has those in it. As long as you find, preferably a small independant milker, one that's clean, as they almost all are, you will have no problem. There are no side effects from milk unless you are lactose intolerant, other than good ones. It's a simple, cheap, and very easily absorbed into your bloodstream. You won't be disappointed.


Rose Hips  

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Posted by Judi (Totnes, Devon England) on 04/22/2012
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I have found that high strength rose hip worked really well on arthritis in my hands and of course regular exercises to keep the joins moving.


Sea Salt  

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Posted by Jeff (WAVERLY, Tenn.) on 04/28/2007
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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.

Replied by Linda
San Francisco, Ca, Usa
01/01/2012

Hi Jeff, There are lots of different kinds of salt, and you do not mention the amount of it that you took. I'm sorry the Redmond didn't help you, but this is what happened to me:

I have used 1 pinch of (Celtic) sea salt in every glass of water for years now. I cook with Celtic Salt or Celtic Salt sole. I also use Himalayan Pink in my household shaker, since the Celtic is too moist to shake and guests don't seem to know what to do with it. I do not use Sodium Chloride table salt unless I am stuck in a restaurant without my own shaker (which I usually carry).

1 slightly-heaped teaspoon of Celtic Sea Salt in ~10 oz of distilled water stopped my back pain and greatly reduced other muscle pain within 20 minutes or so. It didn't work until I took enough of it all at once, IOW all those pinches in all those glasses for all those years did not do it, but the onetime teaspoon did. Ted from Bangkok is right, if it's the right salt, you'll know it within 1/2 hour.

I have also discovered that if I overdo the salt (I can feel it if I do), the fastest fix for this is to drink enough plain distilled water to dissolve the ingested salt and run it out. Another thing that helps to recover quicker from a seasalt OD is to take a long, hot shower.

So IMO it depends upon your requirements and the chemical composition of the particular salt you are using. One of these days I will check out the local seasalt that is produced here where I live. I haven't tried that yet.

I hope this helps.

Linda


Silver Bio Tec  

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Posted by Sue (Fremont, oh USA) on 02/18/2008
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I take 1 teas. of Silver Bio tec 2 times a day. for my arthritis. Started it three weeks ago, and I no longer take my prescription meds. You can find it in any health food store. I noticed an improvement in less than four days. Its great. Plus, you can use it for many other uses. Has no taste,so easy to take.

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The Silver Bio Tec is colloidal silver.


Spirits of Turpentine  

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Posted by Roland (Fargo, Georgia) on 08/03/2007
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Recently I had a severe case of Arthritis that affected my left thumb. The thumb would lock down and I had to unlock it by force. The pain was also quite severe. I began using Spirits of Turpentine to relieve some of the soreness and used it for a month. The arthritis and the pain gradually went away and has not returned. At all. Anyone Else ever Tried Turpentine for this disease?



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