Arthritis... any tips?

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posted on Feb, 24 2013 @ 05:27 PM
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Just read an article about this, it seems fish oil is a key but the article suggests that taking aspirin as a combo with it drastically reduces inflammation. This combo seems to work for a host of other conditions too. Yet, what are the side affects of taking aspirin on a regular basis?





Fish oil and aspirin could be the key to beating a host of devastating chronic diseases, according to new research. Researchers from the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston found that the two work together to combat the inflammation responsible for a host of illnesses, including heart disease, cancer, arthritis and Alzheimer’s.



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posted on Feb, 24 2013 @ 06:21 PM
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Interesting, just found these on coconut oil and arthritis, hmmmm.



Is coconut oil the cure for arthritis?


There is a cure for Arthritis.



posted on Feb, 24 2013 @ 08:23 PM
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I took that for quite some time, only stopped when I found out about my liver. Not totally avoid but more cautious. It helps a bit, if you are lacking cartilage as I am, then keeping it up and with vit D as well, (magnesium needed for absorption and not getting stones).

MSM has worked the best out of everything, though will keep up the D and magnesium, also add some detox, ie. pau darco tea. And coconut oil in more limited amounts with the hemp powder, think that would be good thing to add. Fresh jucied enzymes sound good too. But MSM has been such a big change, almost comparative to the shots, but healthier I'm sure, as every single cell in your body needs the organic sulfur.

Its supposed to grow back the cartilage too.

I really hope many more try a few things to see what is working, ensure your liver is tested too, because that can cause the gout, and MSM really good.



posted on Feb, 24 2013 @ 09:05 PM
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From what I've read, coconut oil is good for the liver and gout as well.

Have you read anything about comfrey and cartilage repair?

Herbal remedy to treat sport injuries? Comfrey



If you find yourself prone to getting broken ribs, musclar aches and pains due to playing sports, then you can consider using a herbal remedy to treat sport injuries. This herb has been used forhealing fractures for many thousands of years and although it is a plant, it is often called the knit bone. Modern studies have found that the comfrey plant contains the substance allantoin, which is helpful for promoting healthy growth and development in bones, cartilage, and muscles.



posted on Feb, 24 2013 @ 09:40 PM
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My doctor advised a heating pad so I use 2 at bedtime. (Back and knees). Wake up without stiffness now and my knees don't pop like crazy anymore.



posted on Feb, 24 2013 @ 09:41 PM
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I have mild arthritis, here and there, and have tried fish oil, vinegar & honey, glucosamine, Lakota joint pain reliever (a Canadian native aboriginal herbal mixture, which my husband says relieves all his pains) ...all with limited relief for me.

I was wondering if anyone here tried rubbing peanut oil on the joints to relieve the pain, as prescribed by Edgar Cayce?



posted on Feb, 24 2013 @ 09:59 PM
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a gluten free diet can help. Maybe book an appointment with an environmental and nutritional specialist who can do a blood panel to see what is inflamming it. cheers



posted on May, 9 2013 @ 09:30 AM
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You can do this very simple thing - use borax. Make sure it's 100% pure (no added substances) - The "20 Mule Team" brand is good. Mix/Dissolve one tsp with a liter of clean water. Put it in the fridge. Take one tsp morning and one tsp evening. You will need to do this until the pain is gone and then go on the maintenance dose of one tsp daily. It could take months. Google for Walter Last's article: "The Borax Conspiracy" - contains lots of detailed info. If you can't find borax on the supermarket shelves, check DIY stores. Or pop into the Chinese herb shop and ask for Peng Sha (= 硼 砂 Mandarin for [food grade] Borax). Sold in small packets - probably under a dollar each.

Borax is also great for removing fluoride from the body, and so will free the pineal gland from those horrible encrustations. If you want to know more about the significance of the pineal gland, watch this youtube video:
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Every household should have both borax and sodium bicarbonate - priceless gems that everyone can easily and readily afford!

edit on 9-5-2013 by Rextiberius because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 10 2013 @ 06:27 AM
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I must agree with others recommending glucosamine, although I'd throw condroiton in with that.

I have arthritis, with symptoms that began about 7 months ago. After researching I went paleo. And not one teeny eeny symptom within about three days of beginning the plan. But the symptoms return once I have grains. It isn't easy, but burning finger joints are much worse. Since one arthritis attack has a cumulative effect on joints, it's best to avoid an attack. I don't take any type of medication right now, and have no intent.

I found a link for you to read about glucosamine and condroiton here.





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