4 Natural Remedies For Joint Pain and inflammation Relief

5 natural remedies for joint pain and inflammation relief

Many people suffer from joint pain and inflammation that affects their quality of life and can cause immense discomfort. Injuries or health conditions such as arthritis may be causes for lingering discomfort.Here are natural remedies to help you relieve joint pain and joint inflammation.

1. Boswellia Serrata for Joint Pain

 

Boswellia Serrata for Joint Pain

A traditional herb Boswellia serrata also called Indian frankincense has been kind to man over centuries. The resinous boswellia extracts of this plant are the important part, holding on to anti-arthritic properties. Both of the topical applications, as well as the oral forms of Boswellia like capsules such as Flexiqule, are reported to ease inflammation and improve blood supply to joints. For people struggling with arthritis pain, it has been shown to alleviate morning pain and stiffness of joints, improve flexibility and enhance walking distance.

 

2. Ginger for Joint Pain and Arthritis Relief

 

Ginger for Joint Pain Relief

Ginger in the kitchen is an excellent source of variant bioactive components, adding volatile oils and non-volatile pungent compounds such as gingerols and shogaols to the kitchen armoury. Ginger – the versatile herb has a long history of therapeutic uses for various conditions including treating joint pain, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. The basic pharmacological actions of ginger root and compounds isolated from it, have anti-inflammatory properties to boost overall immunity. In fact the intense burning that is felt by applying pain relieving ointments is due to the peppery ginger extract present in it.

One can get the combined benefits of boswellia & ginger -a magical combo to combat the perils of joint pain, by using a joint food supplement called FlexiQule. It is effective in managing joint stiffness, osteoarthritis and joint pain.

Boswellia & Ginger- A Magical Combo to Combat the Perils of Joint Pain

 

3. Curcumin Natural Anti-Inflammatory Supplement for Joint Pain

 

Curcumin Natural Anti-Inflammatory Supplement for Joint Pain

One of the spices used in curry, turmeric has a yellow color due to its most active constituent that should be on the health radar. It is curcumin which has powerful anti-inflammatory properties that make up about two to five percent of this spice. Curcuminoids can help ward off joint pain, sore joints and provide relief from arthritis pain by blocking the inflammatory cytokines and enzymes. Curcumin or turmeric taken orally is not well absorbed unless taken along with black pepper or piperine. Add this to your shopping list.

 

4. Fish Oil for Stiffness

 

Fish Oil capsule for Stiffness

Fish oil extracted from cold-water fish like salmon, herring or tuna is a potent weapon against morning stiffness, swollen or tender joints and painful joints. It contains Omega-3 fatty acids, which possess the intrinsic properties in blocking inflammatory molecules, and providing arthritis pain relief. One can readily obtain fish oil in the form of capsules, chewable tablets, soft gels, or even liquid forms. For those who consume fish, it is recommended to take two servings of 3-ounces of fish oil. Though the consumption of fish oil is reported to have slight side effects, like bad taste, bad breath, nausea, etc., these can be subdued by immediately taking fish oil before meals so that the oil can mix well with the food.

 

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