Joint and bone pain is a very common problem especially in the elderly people. This happens because with age the cartilage that connects your bones wears off with time, and the mere process of climbing the stairs can pose a problem for many. That’s why if you suffer from this condition you need to find a way to lubricate your joints and prevent stiffness!
There are many who believe that there’s no such thing as bone pain, the pain comes from the nerves and joints. However, as time passes by the bones become weaker and more fragile, causing pain and discomfort unless treated appropriately.
Joint and bone pain which isn’t cause by an injury can be a result of, gout, osteoarthritis (a disease that wears away the cartilage of the joints), some autoimmune diseases or chronic inflammation, which can lead to problems with other organs and body parts if not treated in time.
Chronic inflammation can lead to a number of medical conditions which is why it’s crucial to treat it early and prevent further complications. If you suffer from bone and joint pain we’re here to offer you a powerful natural remedy which will relieve the inflammation, strengthen your bones and lubricate the joints.
Natural remedy to relieve bone and joint pain
All the ingredients in this remedy have strong healing properties. Ginger is a powerful natural anti -inflammatory which strengthens the immune system, preventing diseases and escalation of the condition. Carrots, on the other hand, are rich in important nutrients which improve bone and joint health.
- 1/2 teaspoon black pepper.
- 5 to 6 carrots (depending on size).
- 1 cm turmeric root (or 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder)
- 2 cm fresh ginger root.
How to make:
Clean the carrots and chop them, grate the ginger and turmeric as well. Add all the ingredients to a blender and blend until you get a homogenous mixture. If the mixture is too thick don’t worry you can dilute it afterwards, not right now. These amounts will give you the needed quantity of the remedy for the day.
How to use:
Drink 50 to 60 ml, three times a day: half an hour before breakfast, lunch and dinner. When you consume the remedy if you think it’s too thick you can add some water to dilute it. In this way, you’ll be sure to drink all the nutrients your body needs.
Other tips to treat bone and joint pain.
If you’re in a lot of pain, in addition to the abovementioned treatment, you can drink an infusion of
nettle, horsetail or ulmaria (meadowsweet). These herbs, besides having an analgesic power, stimulate bone regeneration and help lubricate joints.
Before starting any natural treatment consult a naturopath in order to determine the best course of action.