Natural Arthritis Pain Relief
Do you suffer from arthritis?
Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis can be managed. You don't have to let it take over your life and leave you feeling crippled.
Here are some natural arthritis pain relief strategies that will make a big difference.
Osteoarthritis occurs in joints as joint cartilage between bones breaks down either through age or as a result of trauma or injury.
The bones come in direct contact and friction occurs.
This causes the body to try and react to protect the joint. Swelling and inflammation results which causes stiffness and pain.
Rheumatoid arthritis is caused by the body's immune system.
For reasons not understood, something triggers the immune system to attack a joint or some joints, causing inflammation and swelling.
In all arthritis conditions, inflammation is present and is the condition that causes pain. If you can reduce inflammation in your joints, you will get relief.
So what causes inflammation?
The immune system and diet.
As we just said, the immune system triggers inflammation as part of its response to protect a joint.
However, over time, the immune system often becomes "trigger happy" and can become very sensitive, meaning thresholds become lower and inflammation becomes constant.
Diet also causes inflammation -- or at least the typical western diet high in processed foods and sugar.
The most effective thing you can do with your diet is to make sure you're getting enough omega 3 essential fatty acids.
You can also use an omega 3 fish oil supplement. Look for one that has a good content of EPA and DHA, the two omega 3 fatty acids that have all the anti-inflammatory power.
Eat lots of berries -- anything with color. Strawberries, blue berries, raspberries -- all good.
And plenty of fruits and vegetables.
Don't eat processed foods high in transfats or anything with a high refined sugar content. Sugar is probably the biggest inflammatory substance out there.
If you're over weight, you're arthritis will be more painful because there is more stress on your joints. Lose some pounds and you'll get some relief.
In addition to diet generally, there are several herbs that have excellent anti-inflammatory properties and if you use these spices in your meals you'll likely feel those benefits too.
Ginger, capsaicin and garlic are strong anti-inflammatories.
While these lifestyle and diet changes will help, they will often not be enough and many people still suffer arthritic pain and look for more relief.
Many people think that natural pain relievers are not strong enough to work.
However, by combining the three most potent anti-inflammatories and natural pain killers into a blend, we've come up with a natural option that is as strong as Ibuprofen, but it lasts much longer -- and is super healthy.
Turmeric curcumin, white willow bark and boswellia are all very well researched botanical herbs with proven anti-inflammatory properties.
Curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, blocks the two most powerful pain and inflammation causing enzymes -- COX2 and 5-LOX.
Boswellia Serrata, which is a resin harvested from the Boswellia tree, is also well studied and works by blocking the inflammation causing leukotrines. It is particularly effective against joint pain.
And white willow bark has been used in Europe for its pain relief qualities for thousands of years.
It's active ingredient, salicin, blocks prostaglandin release and works the same way that aspirin does.
In combining these three natural ingredients, our blend attacks arthritis in three ways: it works to prevent inflammation, it reduces existing inflammation and it blocks pain signals to the brain. It is 100% natural and provides real arthritis pain relief.
After a couple of weeks you will feel your joints loosen up and you will feel joint pain subside.
Pain relief more effective than many over the counter medications but completely natural. And not only no side effects, but actually good for overall health.
Visit www.ballenanelle.com/turmericcurcumin for more information and start enjoying life with pain free joints now!