Start Using Natural Arthritis Remedies to Manage Your Pain

Doctor Loy

    Arthritis is a debilitating condition if it's allowed to progress without proper management, regardless of your type. However, there are days when you can't be as active as you desire, and the stiffness is utterly painful. 

    Inflammation is a significant concern for arthritis; the immune system can react unfavorably to this condition. However, learning how to manage this process with natural treatments is a worthy endeavor that could potentially avoid medication.

    Some natural remedies can assist in managing inflammation, reducing uric acid, and alleviating pain so that you can resume the active lifestyle you once loved. 

    Spices and Herbs to Decrease the Pain

    Reduce the inflammation around your joints, and the pain will slowly dissipate. Some herbs and spices do just that. Inflammation can be downright painful in any kind of arthritis, and these natural remedies can improve your well-being. 

    Black Pepper 

    Black pepper is the king of natural remedies. It contains antioxidants, anti-inflammatory agents, and antidepressants to help your mood balance for comprehensive arthritis treatment. Use freshly ground black pepper in your food. 


    This spice is available in every kitchen and offers anti-inflammatory agents, antioxidants, and cinnamic acid, which neutralizes uric acid to combat gout. 

    It also improves heart health and increases high-density lipoproteins or good cholesterol. 


    Cloves also reduce inflammation by inhibiting the cytokines produced by the kidneys when the immune system moves to a response mode, which causes inflammation around the joints. 


    This herb is found as an essential oil, and it disrupts the signals between the brain and the kidneys to stop the production of cytokines, again causing inflammation when the immune system feels threatened. 


    Garlic is a tasty addition to any food and contains diallyl disulfide, which inhibits the inflammatory cytokines. Additionally, it might even prevent cartilage degeneration, which occurs in osteoarthritis. 


    Ginseng, a powerful antioxidant, is an extract from a Korean plant that can reduce inflammation and enhance uric acid's absorption rate by cells that use it.

    Green Tea

    Green tea contains a polyphenol called epigallocatechin-gallate, which suppresses the immune system and reduces inflammation in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. 

    Maritime Pine Bark

    Pycnogenol is an extract derived from the French Maritime Pine Bark tree, an effective anti-inflammatory agent and an antioxidant, and works wonders for osteoarthritis. 

    Organic Cocoa Powder

    This contains resveratrol, which has effectively helped in autoimmune disorders that lead to rheumatoid arthritis, and it's also an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent. 

    White Willow Bark

    The white willow tree's bark contains salicin, an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and natural pain-reliever. It can also fight infections, reduce fever, and strengthen the immune system. 

    These tricks are as natural as it comes, and you can use any of them to combat inflammation and pain. 

    Natural Products to Reduce Uric Acid

    Gout is one of the most painful types of arthritis, and a few herbs and spices offer very effective treatment. 

    Burdock Root

    Burdock root is a natural detox stimulant that removes toxins from the bloodstream, including elevated uric acid levels. It also improves liver and kidney function to ensure that your body can continue removing the toxins. 


    Dandelion extract and teas have proven to enhance kidney and liver function, allowing better excretion of uric acid in a 2013 study published in the Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University in India. 

    Devil's Claw Root

    The Journal of Medicinal Plants Research published research connecting Devil's Claw root to a reduction of uric acid in 2013. It also doubles as an anti-inflammatory agent. 

    Lemon Herbs

    Lemon herbs contain citric acid, which neutralizes uric acid and helps the kidneys flush it out, and dissolves crystals that form around the joints.

    Sour Black Cherries

    Research published by the United Kingdom National Health Service confirmed that sour black cherries often used for tart cherry juice effectively reduce inflammation and decrease uric acid by increasing the excretion of uric acid. 

    Wandering Cudweed

    Wandering Cudweed, found in Chinese alternative medicine stores, is another uric acid suppressant that can dissolve joint crystals in gout flares. 

    You might not know all these products, but they're easily sourced in alternative medicine stores, such as extracts, herbal roots, and essential oils. Moreover, they're excellent secret remedies that can help treat gout. 


    The earth has always supplied us with what we need; all we need to do is use these natural remedies to support a healthy and active lifestyle. This will help you manage your arthritis with greater ease. 

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