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Knee pain is a common problem for people suffering from Arthritis, especially in the morning and cold weather. Here are some home remedies that can provide relief from knee pain and other joint pain.
Ajwain has anti-inflammatory components that act as a natural aid for joint pain. It also contains anaesthetic properties, therefore, helps to relieve excessive knee pain during winters. Crush half a teaspoon of the seeds and add it to 2 teaspoons of warm mustard oil to make a paste. Apply the paste on your knee to alleviate pain. Alternatively, you can soak two teaspoons in water overnight and drink it in the morning; including it in your daily routine has proved to be effective.
Ginger has excellent antiseptic properties that help to reduce knee pain and swelling. It improves the blood circulation in order to heat and heal the affected area. Include ginger in your daily diet. Drink ginger tea every morning or apply the ginger paste on your knee and other affected area.
Garlic is known for its anti-inflammatory properties that prevent pain and inflammation in the joints affected by arthritis. Roast two cloves of garlic in two teaspoons of mustard oil, when cloves turn black remove them from oil and turn off the heat. Once the oil is cooled down to comfortably warm temperature, add a spoon of powdered camphor(kapoor) to it. Massage this oil on your knee twice a day, to relief pain.
One of the major factors of join pain is lack of lubrication that cause friction between the bones leading to pain and swelling. Therefore, it is essential to include ghee and oil in a moderate amount to your daily diet, to provide lubrication to dried up joints.
Potali svedan is an age-old Ayurvedic technique to reduce joint pain. Combining the goodness of natural ingredients like methi, sarson, haldi, and ajwain, the Potali uses heat therapy to treat all the joint pains. Jiva’s Pain Calm Potali has a therapeutic effect on the body and helps relax, rejuvenate, and nourish it.
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