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Joint Pain (Bursitis)

The painful inflammation of a bursa is called bursitis. It's caused by bumping or bruising, repeated pressure, or overuse. Bursitis has some funny nicknames. It's called Housemaid's Knee, Clergyman's Knee, and Baker's Cyst, among others. Despite its nicknames, bursitis does not affect only the knee. It can hit any major joint, including the shoulder, elbow, hip, ankle, heel, or base of the big toe. Anyone who's experienced the pain of bursitis knows that it's not a laughing matter.

Joint Pain (Bursitis)
Cut 3 oranges, 3 lemons, 3 grapefruits and place in a large jar for 24 hours. Add 3 tablespoons of cream of tartar, 1 tablespoon Epsom salt, and a quart of boiling water. Let sit for another day. Mash the mixture with a potato masher or your bare hands, and then strain. Drink 5 ounces before each meal.
Joint Pain (Bursitis)
  • Orange
  • Lemon
  • Grapes
  • Cream of tartar
  • Epsom salt
Joint Pain (Bursitis)
  • If you have bursitis on your heel, you probably got it because of improper fitting shoes. The solution is simple: Toss the shoes, and put on a better-fitting pair.
  • Make a change: Search for ways to adjust the activity or habit that sparked the pain to lessen the stress it puts on your joints. If crawling around in the garden or laying flooring has left you with bursitis of the knee, get yourself a low stool to sit on instead or buy a pair of sturdy, well-cushioned kneepads. If leaning on your elbows while reading has caused your elbows to swell and ache, use a book holder to prop up your reading material and take the weight off your arms.
  • Put it on ice: Ice is a must when you're dealing with swelling. Ice brings down swelling by slowing blood flow to the area. Apply an ice pack to the joint for about 20 minutes (twice as long if your bursitis is deep in the joint) three or four times a day. Protect your skin by putting a towel or cloth between the ice pack and bare skin. Elevating the joint above your heart will also help reduce swelling.
Other Remedies
Joint Pain (Bursitis)
  • Consume garlic cloves fried in butter for treatment of joint pains.
  • Eating chapatti prepared from roasted grams flour with clarified butter provides relief from joint pains.
  • Mix up two to three teaspoonful of winter cherry with ghee and molasses to make porridge. Eat this porridge on empty stomach for 15-20 days. This is good Home Remedy for Joint Pain.
  • Take 1-2 teaspoonful of turmeric in hot milk treat all kinds of body pains.
  • Carrot juice is highly beneficial as it make stronger the ligaments.
  • Apple cider vinegar is helpful for joint pains treatments.
  • Rub the painful joints with hot vinegar before going to bed at night.
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