Last Updated on May 19, 2020 by Anselem


Do you keep ginger in your spice cabinet? Maybe it should be in your medicine cabinet. Besides being a tasty spice often used to enhance holiday treats, ginger can soothe upset stomachs and diminish nausea, and studies show it may help pain and inflammation, too.


You can add a few tablespoons to your diet by grating ginger over a your food.

Or you could grate one to two teaspoons and simmer it in a pot with hot water for five minutes to make a soothing tea.

Origin: A yellow-colored powder ground from the root of the turmeric plant. The turmeric plant grows in India and Indonesia and is related to the ginger family (it is a common ingredient in curries). Curcumin is a key chemical in turmeric.

Claims: Reduces pain, inflammation and stiffness related to rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and
osteoarthritis (OA); treats bursitis. Known as a cleansing agent, turmeric often is used as a digestive aid in India.



•Bring four cups of water to a boil.

•Add one teaspoon of ground turmeric and reduce to a simmer for 10 minutes.

•Strain the tea through a fine sieve into a cup; add honey and/or lemon to taste.

you’re done.

foods contains omega 3 are very great for an Arthritis patients below is the list of foods rich with omega 3

• Walnuts . ¼ cup of walnuts contains 2.7 grams of omega-3 fats, or 108% of the daily recommended value. Walnuts are delicious on their own as a snack, or you can sprinkle them on your oatmeal, yogurt, or ice cream.

•Ground flaxseeds. 1 tablespoon of ground flaxseeds contains 1.5 grams of omega 3 fats, or 60% of the daily recommended value. You can buy whole or ground flaxseed at your local health food store. If you buy whole seeds, you can grind them in a regular coffee grinder. Ground flaxseeds are easier for the body to digest, as whole seeds may pass straight through the digestive tract.
Sprinkle ground flaxseeds in your oatmeal or yogurt, bake it into cookies and breads, or mix it with your mustard or mayonnaise.

• Chia seeds . ½ ounce (around 1 tablespoon) of chia seeds contains 2.5 grams of omega-3 fatty acids, or around 100% of the daily recommended value. Chia seeds are available in most health food stores. Sprinkle them in oatmeal, yogurt, or salad.
In recipes that call for one or two eggs, ground chia seeds can be used as an egg substitute. Simply mix 3 tablespoons of water with 1 tablespoon of ground chia seeds and let the mixture sit for 5 minutes.

• Sardines . 3.2 ounces of sardines contain 1.5 grams of omega-3s, or 60% of the daily recommended value of omega-3s. The best way to incorporate sardines into your diet is to use wild, Pacific-caught, canned sardines. Try them on toast or pizza.
 people have reported that cherries help keep painful osteoarthritis (OA) and gout flares in check. Now, scientists are putting this popular folk remedy to the test, with promising results.
Osteoarthritis Relief
Other studies suggest that cherries may also help reduce symptoms of osteoarthritis (OA). In a 2013 article in Osteoarthritis and Cartilage , researchers at the Philadelphia VA Medical Center reported that patients who consumed two 8-ounce bottles of tart cherry juice daily for 6 weeks experienced a significant improvement in pain, stiffness and physical function. Study participants also showed a marked decrease in high-sensitivity C-reactive protein (CRP), a marker of inflammation Each bottle of juice equaled about 45 cherries
This popular tropical fruit contains immune-boosting vitamin C. It also provides a key enzyme called bromelain, which is chock-full of anti-inflammatory substances that can help reduce joint swelling linked to rheumatoid arthritis (RA). It’s easy to add
pineapple to your diet.
Myth: Drinking Cider Vinegar Eases Pain.
 Apple Cider Vinegar and Cherry Juice
Cherries are rich in anthocyanins, which battle inflammation.
1. Mix 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar into a glass of cherry juice.
2. Drink 2 times daily to relieve arthritis pain.
3. Include apple cider vinegar and cherries in your healthy diet to enhance energy and boost the immune system.


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