Natural Arthritis Pain Relief

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7 Responses

  1. dalwhu says:

    honey is so under valued by alot of society, I’m delighted to see someone promoting and raising awareness of this wonderful food.
    I use honey in most of my cooking and drinks instead of sugar.

    I also apply to wounds to help them to heal!

    I found it very interesting to read about the history of honey by the egyptians and its importance in cultures around the world such as India

    • Jelena says:

      Thank you Dalwhu.

      You’re right when you say that among underestimated. Unfortunately, we begin to understand the value of honey, just now when bees facing extinction. I think it’s time to turn to nature and realize how much we have this treasure in organic honey and other organic products.

  2. Simon says:

    I never thought as honey being the natural cure for arthritis but I can see why, it’s a real super healthy food that cures so many problems.

    My Gran was a huge honey buff, as kids she made us put honey on cuts and burns. Cuts heal so much quicker after rolling honey round them and a fabulous remedy when you burn yourself, the pain soon disappears without the horrendous after marks you usually find rinsing under cold water.

    We always took a spoonful of honey every time we visited, you’ve brought it all back to me now, so I can also envisage this being such a helpful arthritis remedy.

    The problem we have today is that we’re losing all the effective remedies which are usually natural ingredients like honey yet there’s no money made by promoting, it’s sad but true.
    Thanks for your honey review,

    • Jelena says:

      Thank you for the comment.
      We seem to have forgotten a lot of useful things from our childhood, and so benefits of honey. It took us many years to understand how nature gave us useful things that we do more to respect them.

  3. Lauren says:

    Unfortunately, not much helps my joint pain, not even honey. (popular opiod pain killers do make me feel better temporarily, but I hate the way they make me feel so I refuse to take them…) That said, I do use it for other health related things. Nothing better for a scratchy sore throat or a light burn 😉

  4. Richards says:

    The consumption of Epsom salt, cinnamon, alfalfa, cherries, and borage seed oil are other remedies that are very helpful in dealing painful and bothering joints.

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