Instant Pain Relief For Arthritis - Not For The Faint Hearted.

By: Mark John


There are many natural approaches to tackling arthritis pain, many of them have their merits as well as their drawbacks, but it is worth bearing in mind that the drawbacks are in the long term far less of a problem compared to modern drug therapy side effects.
Is Your Doctor Always Right..
Most of today's doctors and professionals will tell you there is no cure for arthritis, are they right?, well I say judge for yourself, just because someone with a medical qualification believes he's right doesn't necciserely mean he is, does it?.
The Simple Way, Is Often The Best.
30 Years ago modern western medicine ridiculed acupuncture, branding it as nothing more than new age rubbish, Yet today acupuncture is widely accepted and prescribed as a complimentary procedure.
Maybe we all just try to complicate things a little to much, after all sometimes the simplest things are the best, or perhaps in this case the most effective.
Fast Arthritis Pain Relief ? Yes, But At What Cost?
Bee Sting Therapy, yes you read that right. Reference's to the treatment can be found in ancient Egypt and Greek medical writings. Also known as apitherapy, the technique is more widely used in Eastern Europe, Asia and South America.
Is Apitherapy a Safe Option for Your Arthritis Pain ?
Perhaps apitherapy or bee sting therapy sounds like a viable option for your arthritis pain, well maybe it's worth re-considering, you see unfortunately bee stings are noted for triggering an allergic reactions called 'Anaphylaxis' or Anaphylaxis shock in many people. Anaphylaxis can be a life-threatening type of allergic reaction.
Here's Another Strange Remedy ? With Scientific Research To Back It Up..
Nettles have been used for thousands of years in one form or another for there healing properties. In the case osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis many plants and natural substances exist that are known to aid joint pain and inflammation, with tone of the most extreme possibly being the common Stinging Nettle.
What Makes Stinging Nettles Work
Studies indicate it could be that the sting has an acupuncture-like effect, or that it acts as a "counter irritant" like capsaicin, an ingredient derived from peppers which is used in products like Ralgex. Also contained in the plant leafs are chemicals called serotonin and histamine, both of which are neuro-transmitters, both of these chemicals are thought to trigger an anti-inflammatory action by the body and so relieve arthritis pain.
How to Treat Your Arthritis Using The Stinging Nettle Treatment
The traditional method of treating your arthritis with stinging nettles is quite simple. Take hold of the plant by the stem with a gloved hand and then thrash or rub the affected joint area with the leaves until nettle rash appears. The results are not thought to be systemic so you will need to repeat the same process for all affected joints. Many suffers of arthritis may benefit from this procedure, all be it for a short period of time, but if I'm honest , both are probably best avoided as there are far easier and more effective methods available.

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