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originally posted by: lakenheath24
a reply to: Groot
Dude....you my long lost brother!? Iam in the ER as we speak having my knees drained. Im only 52 ffs. I have had a bit of luck with cbd oil. Which is hemp oil.
originally posted by: Plotus
Drinking too much beer ? Could that be leeching out vitamins and D ? Calcium, magnesium, potassium... might help.
a reply to: Groot
originally posted by: Destinyone
Look up KRATOM.
Makes all pain go away for me about 6 to 8 hours. I take 1 teaspoon in a cup of tea on days I need it.
I only get it from
Your life will change for the better for it.
originally posted by: Dogwooddoors
I am 60. Always have done heavy work with log homes and other construction. Got tired of running a business, employees etc, and went out into the ND oil fields for 5 years. Worked 28 straight days and off 14. On the 14 off in the summer, got lost in the mountains backpacking on my days off. Always had sore back and joints, mostly hips and knees. A massage therapist in Billings MT suggested oil of oregano and inflameze from North American spice and herbs. Thought that time was my last time backpacking as my knees and hips were so painful. The first day packing while taking them, went painfree and my joints loosened up and pain left. Still packing whenever I can!! I dont take it often anymore until things get tight again. Just started taking yoga at the start of the year and am feeling benefits of all the stretches. Lots of homeopathic fixes for stiff joints, just google it!! Good luck!!
originally posted by: Groot
The joints mainly, but muscle aches also.
I am a 54 year old man it this started up a year or so ago. I have been taking ibuprofen, about 2 or 3 a day of extra strength and it does help, but I am looking for more natural and alternatives. Start taking vitamin d supplements along with glucosamine chondroitin msm for the last few days, and I have been improving.The joints no longer ache like they use to, but still have some aches in the muscles.
I eat decent, drink way to much beer and my job can be physically demanding at times. Seems worse when I do nothing for long periods of time.
Any helpful advice or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.