What are the natural ways of treating joint and bone aches?

Asked 4 years ago

I have been having a lot of joint pain and bone aches recently, especially while training. What are some natural remedies for curing or preventing joint pain? Are there any herbal medicines that can help with pain while exercising?

Heath Brock

Saturday, July 25, 2020

It depends what the cause is, but as a general rule of thumb, you can try cayenne pepper, turmeric, fish oils, glucosamine and chondroitin, and MSM. Perhaps you could also try an anti-inflammatory diet and avoid things like sugar and gluten.

Allan Carson

Sunday, August 02, 2020

Try drinking different types of tea, rest more, and try oil massage therapy.

Victor Roy

Wednesday, August 05, 2020

Amino acids and ginger are very good.

Zechariah Yang

Thursday, August 06, 2020

There is a device called the "Healy". It uses vibration and frequencies to help reduce and prevent pain.

Damion Owen

Thursday, August 27, 2020

Sorry to hear you are going through that. I have Rheumatoid arthritis and treat it naturally. I also have my own nutrition business.

You need to lower inflammation in the body to reduce pain. Taking out all inflammatory foods such as gluten, dairy, sugar, processed foods and vegetable oils.

You need to get your minerals checked. Make sure you are taking D3, magnesium,boron and have enough calcium. I also take a liquid collagen drink, colostrum and potassium which increases cortisol level and acts like a natural cortisone to fight inflammation.

Kaden Elliott

Friday, August 28, 2020

I take liquid collagen and it's been a game changer with joint pain!!

Cameron Gould

Wednesday, September 02, 2020

Seamoss is great for joint and bone aches

Dakota Maddox

Sunday, September 13, 2020

collagen helps a lot, also I take a supplement that has helped with my degenerative disc disease pain and these are the ingredients: New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel helps maintain joint cell structure, flexibility, mobility, and suppleness of joints. The omega 3 fatty acids play a part in the anti- inflammatory response in the body! Bromelain comes from the juice and stem of a pineapple It is a protein digesting enzyme that helps soothe and relax tense inflamed muscles and connective tissue. (Think Scar Tissue muncher) Serrapeptase is an enzyme derived from silkworms. It has anti- inflammatory effects and can help prevent blood clots. Studies have also shown it could help with asthma. It helps the body repair joint & cartilage damage supplying chondroitin, glucosamine. Tumeric is a polyphenol!!! It comes from a perennial pant. It has the ability ability to heal wounds, protect cognitive abilities, ease menstrual difficulties, reduce inflammation, eliminate depression, alleviate pain, slow the aging process, protect the digestive tract, and prevent cancer. Taking this supplements has helped a lot my my being able to have rotation in my neck along with seeing the chiropractor once every few months.

Moises Snow

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

You can use Atron Calcton cal c mag a&r omegaton

Jordyn Ortiz

Sunday, September 20, 2020

Collagen treatment is your answer. It nourishes active and ageing joints and skin. Collagen is the most commonly found protein in our body, which helps to maintain the overall structure and helps in tissue repair. But as we age the level of collagen decreases, leading to many age-related issues.

Arturo Strong

Monday, October 19, 2020

Cellular nutrition pain spray

Jayvon Orozco

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Drink celery juice first thing in the morning. After 30 minutes, you can eat and drink. Also monavie drink can help!

Roman Henderson

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

A combination of yogic techniques and ayurvedic medicines can completely cure joint and bone pains.

Samir Harrell

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Start with reducing any sort of inflammation that one is putting IN the body - food, alcohol even negative thought patterns!

Izaiah Love

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

I have three recommendations: 1. Reduce or eliminate sugar in your diet. This is hard to do if eating processed foods. Sugar can cause inflammation and joint pain. 2. Stretch every day. If you know how to utilize yoga, that is great, if not just start by touching your toes then add to that as you limber up. Take a walk and get some sunshine. 3. Try taking a relaxing bath with Epsom salts added. This is an old-style remedy that really works.

Nathan Yu

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Ginger is a natural pain reliever and it gets rid of inflammation. I take alot of ginger. I make smoothies with ginger and I juice ginger and take ginger shots.

Reilly Winters

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Sorry to hear that you’re dealing with joint aches and pains. I’m an avid runner and have experienced sharp, shooting pain in my knee. I use essential oils and supplements for all of my health care needs. Copaiba targets pain and inflammation to help with pain and body discomfort, but also supports the nervous system to decrease feelings of stress and anxiousness. Deep Blue Polyphenol Complex delivers polyphenol extracts of frankincense, turmeric, green tea, ginger, pomegranate, and grape seed, and is designed to provide soothing support to aching muscles and to other occasional discomfort. Take as needed when discomfort presents itself, or take it every day for long-lasting benefits.

Yael Gladstone

Tuesday, March 09, 2021

It depends on the reasons for your joint pains and whether they are constant or just during or after a workout; if they persist, you should definitely see a professional. There are natural remedies that can help and won't do any harm. It's always good to ice achy joints after a workout. Ten minutes on the pained area helps calm the pain and reduce potential swelling if the joint was injured or inflamed. Another natural remedy is turmeric, either powder in tea or tablets. It's a known natural anti-inflammatory and can help reduce pain. Also, several OTC creams are natural and herbal and are known for reducing joint and muscle pains.

Avik Das

Saturday, March 27, 2021

Joint pain or bone aches are irksome, knowing it can be felt whether sleeping, moving, eating, or doing any daily activity. With growing age, our bone density starts to drop, which is a reason people should take care of their bone or joints more as they grow older. However, sometimes it becomes inevitable, and there could be several factors that might contribute to having joint pain issues. If you visit a doctor, they can certainly give you the required medicines, but there are also natural ways to treat such joint pain or bone aches.

1) Ice massage

Having an ice massage or ice bath has several benefits in the body. While it often helps to cure an injury, ice massage can also help to reduce the joint pain in your knees or elbows. Take a few pieces of ices, and put them in a towel or a piece of cloth, and then apply on the areas where you are having joint pain for at least 15-20 minutes. Try this remedy every day or at least a few times a week to see visible results.

2) Weight loss

Weight loss is one of the most effective natural remedies to treat joint pain. The study shows that some aches or joint pain are common in people with obesity because your joints carry the extra pounds on your body, and it creates extra pressure. Bearing an excessive weight could be detrimental for joints like elbows, hips, and most importantly knees, which hold the full weight of your body. Hence, if you are overweight and suffering from joint pain then the primary reason could be holding the extra weight. With the help of a doctor as well as a nutritionist, it is advisable to lose the extra pounds that could help you eliminating joint pain.

3) Consume turmeric

Well, this natural remedy is not guaranteed to be a joint pain reliever, but it could help. Turmeric, which is a popular spice to be used in various dishes in the Indian subcontinent, could be a lifesaver for you, considering turmeric is high in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory ingredients. Since it's rich in anti-inflammatory, it should help you recover from bone aches and joint pain. You can add it to your regular diet.





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