inflammatory chemicals and increasing healthy herbs and supplements that promote joint rejuvenation. Fish oils, turmeric, and foods high in Omega-3 fatty acids can naturally act as an anti-inflammatory agent for painful joints.
Avoiding refined carbohydrates, sugar, trans, and saturated fats, and aspartame can also help reduce flare-ups of inflammation and joint pain. Supplementation with herbal remedies has also been known to help with joint pain. Common herbs used to treat joint pain include Boswellia, aloe vera, cat’s claw, eucalyptus, and ginger.
Ice & Heat
Arthritic symptoms, specifically joint pain can be treated using heat and ice therapies. Ice is generally the right choice when faced between icing and applying heat. Ice helps to reduce swelling and inflammation that is commonly related to joint pain.
Ice helps to reduce pain as well by numbing the area, allowing for increased motion which will assist in pumping out remaining inflammatory byproducts. Heat can be used to reduce muscle pain and joint stiffness. Heat can be applied if there is no swelling, to warm up stiff the joints before an activity. Soaking in Epsom salt is another popular home remedy for joint pain. The warm water combined with