Arthjuice

Heal Arthritis Pain With This One Drink!

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Arthritis pain is a chronic and debilitating condition.  The joints become inflamed and often very stiff, and unable to bend without an excruciating amount of pain.  Weather can also contribute to the inflammation and pain.  Here is an easy to make drink to help relieve Arthritis pain.

Ingredients:

6 Carrots

1 inch Ginger Root

1 cup Pineapple

1/2 Lemon

3 Celery Stalks

1 Large wedge of Watermelon (or Watermelon cubes)

Juice these ingredients, and enjoy the health benefits of this drink.

All of the ingredients are anti-inflammatory ingredients, and help with inflammation due to Arthritis, as well as many other ailments, and helps to ease the swollen joints.  These ingredients also have a host of other health benefits that are not only specific to Arthritis.  Bottoms up!

Are there any other Arthritis treatments that you find work for you? We’d love to hear it!

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  1. Wow, what a delicious sounding recipe. I’ll definitely add this recipe to my juicing regime. I’m starting to feel the pains of inflamed joints. Will definitely be following this blog.

    1. Hi Kate!
      Thank you for following me!
      Yes, take care of those joints now before it becomes debilitating. Wishing you the best!

    1. Hi Michele!
      This juice should help the inflammation. Sounds like it may be due to a change in barometric pressure and weather.
      Enjoy the drink! Hoping this relieves your pain.

  2. I don’t have arthritis but I have fibro & I am always looking for anti-inflammatory drinks! I am pregnant & can’t take my normal medicine! Thanks for sharing!

    1. Hi Amanda!
      For your fibroids, a good remedy is to drink beet juice and 2 spoonfuls of blackstrap molasses. You should feel the fibroid shrinking within a couple of weeks.

  3. If this works, I’ll be forever grateful! I have one knuckle/finger that has been bugging me for weeks. I’ve also heard that peppermint oil works when applied to the area too.

    1. Hi Wendy!
      Yes, peppermint helps with pain too. Just make sure you dilute it. Put 2 drops per tbspn of olive oil. Peppermint can ve quite strong, and essential oils should not be applied directly (neat) to skin. Hope these bring you some relief.

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