Find Out About This 3000-Year-Old Technique for Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis and Inflammation – Healthy Food And Sport Tips

Inflammation is  a result of  flaring of the white blood cells to protect the body from infection.

WebMD says that autoimmune diseases make  the immune system flares up and causes inflammation .

Other reasons are :


-food allergies, and

-excessive sitting.

Inflammation usually joint ache ,stiffness, fever, chills, fatigue, headache, loss of appetite, and stiff muscles. Natural remedies are the best way to get rid of inflammation .

Here are 8 Ayurvedic remedies for inflammation:

1.Stress diary
Spirituality Health, says that when you are stressed, the immune system triggers an inflammatory response. If you find out what are the reasons  you can work on lowering them and  reduce the inflammation at the same time.

Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties  Spirituality Health recommends turmeric for  treating  rheumatoid arthritis by putting it in curries, eggs, or drink it dissolved in a glass of warm milk.

Spirituality Health, says that  it increasing the mobility of the joints, reliving ache, lowering the swelling, and reducing stiffness in the morning period.

Just drink fresh ginger tea every morning.

The Chopra Center,says that  60 to 70% of the immune system is found in the gut so if the gut is upset, an inflammatory response will follow. You need to regular intake  probiotics, like yogurt.

The Chopra Center, recommends 8 hours of sleep daily for lowering the inflammation.

Banyan Botanicals, recommends a 10 to 20 minute-massage daily. Just, rub the painful joints with ½ cup of warm sunflower or coconut oil and then take a bath or warm shower.

7.Yoga, swimming, and riding a bike
Banyan Botanicals, recommendes exercises that are soft on the joints like yoga, biking, and swimming.

8.Fennel, cilantro, and coriander
As  part of a diet of sweet, bitter, and astringent food,when having  chronic inflammation you need to eat chickpeas cooked with turmeric and tossed with cashews, cilantro, coriander, and pomegranates.

Via: thehealthguide.org