EASE and FLAVOR Kitchen Pantry-Secret Food Cures, for Arthritis

Are you looking for natural ways to alleviate arthritis pain quickly? Look no further than your kitchen pantry. Garlic, a common ingredient in many dishes, has been known for its anti-inflammatory properties that can help quiet arthritis pain. Additionally, apple cider vinegar has also been found to be effective in reducing pain and inflammation. Let's explore how you can use these two ingredients to find relief.

How does garlic help with arthritis pain?

Garlic contains compounds that have been shown to reduce inflammation in the body. To use garlic for arthritis pain relief, simply rub a freshly cut clove of garlic on the painful areas. This can help alleviate pain and reduce swelling in the affected joints. For additional benefits, consider taking a garlic supplement after breakfast and after dinner. While the smell of garlic may linger, the relief it provides is worth it.

What about apple cider vinegar?

Apple cider vinegar is another natural remedy that can help with arthritis pain. By warming up apple cider vinegar, doesn't have to be name brand, we use walmart brand and placing your hands in it or using a bandage soaked in warm cider on painful areas, you can experience relief from inflammation and discomfort. The acetic acid in apple cider vinegar is believed to have anti-inflammatory properties that can help ease arthritis symptoms. This simple remedy can give you the time you need to enjoy the activities you love. Try this: take 1tsp of Local Raw Honey and 1 tsp of apple cider vinegar, do this every morning and every evening or between lunch and dinner, this can be added to 6-8 ounces of room temp water. I prefer topical and we are giving you just a couple ways you can incorporate this into your life With Ease and Flavor. 

By incorporating garlic and apple cider vinegar into your daily routine, you can find relief from arthritis pain without relying on medication. These natural remedies offer a safe and effective way to manage your symptoms and improve your quality of life. Give them a try and see the difference they can make in your arthritis pain management.

Last but not least exercise can help with arthritis by reducing pain, STIFFNESS and swelling and improving joint FLEXIBILITY, this is why some form or movement, stretching, yoga, pilates, walking, swimming is necessary and age does not matter.  You also want to reduce the foods that cause inflammation in the body due to your bodies PH being acidic caused by the words we are sold in our local grocery stores, want to get better, eat better, eat less and move more.

Apple cider makes for great salad dressing:  Combine, olive oil, apple cider vinegar, honey, black pepper, a pinch of Himalayan salt, mustard, cilantro and garlic, all to taste and enjoy. The very best, Good For You dressing ever and take care. Until next time.