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What are different home remedies for Rheumatism? – Part 2

What is Rheumatism?

• Rheumatism can be described as a chronic inflammatory disorder.
• This affects several tissues and organs.
• It has the maximum impact on the joints within the body.
• People suffering from rheumatism may see the destruction of articular cartilage as well as the ankylosis of the joints.
• The factors that cause this condition play a vital role in determining its progress.
• Rheumatism is more likely to occur in older people, mainly, those who are between the ages of 40 and 50.

Causes of Rheumatism

• The autoimmune system
• A virus or any bacteria attempt to attack the human body
• Toxic waste in the body, left behind by unhealthy food
• Hereditary factors
• Hormonal imbalances

Symptoms of Rheumatism

• Inflammation
• Muscle and joint pain
• Loss of appetite
• Fatigue
• Redness
• Stiffness

Home Remedies for Rheumatism

7. Sesame Seeds
• A teaspoon of black sesame seeds that is soaked in a quarter cup of water and left overnight, has been found to be effective in preventing frequent joint pains.
• The water in which the seeds are soaked should also be taken along with the seeds first thing in the morning.

8. Copper
• Drinking water kept overnight in a copper container that accumulates traces of copper, is said to strengthen the muscular system.
• A copper ring or bracelet is worn for the same reason.

9. Calcium
• Calcium can help in relieving Rheumatism.
• This mineral should be taken in the form of calcium lactate.
• Two teaspoons of calcium lactate, each teaspoon providing 400 mg of absorbable calcium, may be taken three times daily in water, before meals
• This can be done for at least four months.

10. Garlic
• Garlic is another effective remedy for Rheumatism.
• It contains an anti-inflammatory property.
• Garlic may be taken raw or cooked depending on the person.

11. Bananas
• Bananas are a rich source of vitamin B6, have proved useful in the treatment of Rheumatism.
• A diet of only bananas for three or four days is advised in treating this condition.
• The patient may eat eight or nine bananas daily during this period and nothing else.

12. Green Gram Soup
• This soup should be prepared by mixing a tablespoon of green gram in a cup of water, with two crushed garlic cloves.
• It should be taken twice a day.

13. Castor Oil
• Boil two tablespoons of castor oil over a stove burner.
• The oil should then be poured into a glass of fresh orange juice and taken before breakfast daily.
• Continue this procedure till the disease is cured.
• Generally it is taken for three weeks for the result.
• One can wait for another three weeks and then repeat it again for another three weeks.
• The patient must take an alkaline diet while adopting this mode of treatment otherwise the value of the treatment will be lost.

14. Coconut or Mustard Oil
• Warm coconut oil or mustard oil that is mixed with two or three pieces of camphor.
• This should be massaged on stiff and aching joints.
• It will increase blood supply, and reduce inflammation and stiffness.
• Camphorated oil is an ancient rubefacient used for the purpose.

15. Lime
• Lime has also been found beneficial as a home remedy for Rheumatism.
• The citric acid found in lime is a solvent of uric acid.
• Uric acid is the primary cause of some types of Rheumatism.
• The juice of one lime, diluted with water, may be taken once a day, preferably first thing in the morning.

16. Cinnamon
• Cinnamon is a remarkable natural treatment for Rheumatism pain.
• Add half a teaspoon of cinnamon powder to one tablespoon of honey every morning before breakfast.
• Repeat this daily for one month.
• One can notice the results within the first week.

17. Bogbean
• This is an aquatic herb and an anti-inflammatory.
• This herb cleans the urinary tract and hence one should drink lots of water.

18. Boswellia
• This has anti-inflammatory effects similar to Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) (Advil, Aleve, Tylenol etc.).
• This herb does not have side effects and does not causes gastrointestinal bleeding.
• It improves circulation to the joints, relieves pain, inflammation and stiffness.

Diet for Rheumatism

• Take fruits and vegetables in the form of salads.
• The diet should include fruits and vegetables in the form of salads, and, at least, two cooked vegetables to produce alkalinity in the blood.
• It would be advisable to put the patient on raw vegetable juice therapy three times a day, for about a week.
• Repeated juice fasts are recommended at intervals of every two months.

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