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Arthritis is the degeneration and inflammation of joints. Here are ways to manage your pain...

Updated: Feb 27

Mixed Herbal Tea:







Red clover

Viola herb

Burdock roots

Lemon Verbena

Slippery Elm

Silver Birch Bark

and licroice, which adds a pleasant sweetness. For lowering cholesterol, you can drink Veronica herbal tea which is bitter.

Morning Potion:

Fresh lemon juice

Chopped lemon skin

1/2 tsp of cinnamon

1/2 tsp of Tumeric

A pinch of cayenne pepper

A pinch of black pepper

A pinch of Himalayan salt

1 tsp Molasses

1/2 a cup of freshly-boiled ginger tea




Omega-3 oil (pick on that is high in EPA and DHA)

Cod liver oil



Blue-Green Algae



Aloe Vera

Cat Claws


Devil's Claw

White Willow Bark

Boswella Serrata

Tissue salts

FlexiLoges Gelenknahrung

Moxie combustion with ginger and tumeric in cans on a belt for back and joint pain. Chinese doctors swear by the medicinal herbs that are inside the moxie sticks. Absorbed through the skin and combined with the anti-inflammatory properties of ginger and tumeric, moxie has a warming and soothing effect on the body. It stimulates blood circulation and your immunity against flus and colds.


Yoga, Pilates and fascia stretching are effective ways of managing arthritis. It is important to keep moving even when you are in pain. Trapeze yoga offers inversion therapy in which you can suspend yourself upside down for 10 minutes a day and you can stretch your spine out by a few millimetres, making it an effect remedy for both neck and lower back pain.

If you are sitting down too much, you need to understand the consequences of spending all day in a chair without getting up every 20 minutes.

Perhaps you should consider having a standing desk...

You don't have to spend any money to get one. Here's what mine looks like:

Instead of sitting on a chair, put the chair on a table and VOILA!!! Fidgeting helps you to burn 50% more calories than sitting down and it utilises all of your muscles too! Standing will prevent back and neck pain because you have better posture!

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