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Say goodbye to joint pain and fight osteoarthritis naturally with these alternative treatments

Osteoarthritis makes normal mobility difficult and causes pain. This problem of the joints is very habitual in people of advanced age. Today we will explain to you which are the medicinal herbs to alleviate this joint pain

Osteoarthritis is a rheumatic disease that appears when the cartilage of the joints wears out. This makes movement difficult and usually causes pain. These treatments that we will mention to you today, are effective to fight this type of pain.

Horsetail

This plant is very associated to relieve bone and joint ailments, so it is effective in case of suffering from osteoarthritis. To make it work, it is recommended to prepare an infusion with it and drink a cup a day.

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Harpagophyte

The harpagophyte is possibly the best known and most effective remedy. It is a plant whose anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect is very suitable for treating rheumatic conditions. This natural herb can be obtained in the form of capsules in health food stores.

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Acupuncture

This traditional treatment has proven to be very effective in the treatment of osteoarthritis, and an alternative to taking medication.

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Hot and cold packs

Applying cold gel packs is ideal for reducing inflammation of the joints. Apply them to the painful area for about 20 minutes, then warm the compress a little in the microwave and apply to the area for 5 or 10 minutes. This operation can be repeated 3 to 4 times a day.

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Daniel Pire

Estudiante de Farmacia de la Universidad Central de Venezuela. Fanático de aprender cosas nuevas cada día. Redactor de ColombiaHoy.News y anteriormente Mui.In. Me gusta mantenerme al día con temas tecnológicos y los medios de comunicación. Los tópicos de salud y biotecnología son mis preferidos. Apasionado por conocer un lugar nuevo siempre que sea posible! La cocina y la comida son mi ruta de escape para cualquier ocasión.+ info

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