There is a lot that can be said about an arthritis cure but have you notice that cures can often be evasive or non-existence. At least, these miracles are not known to the general public. Man's quest to find the impossible has been documented throughout history. Cures I believe exist for every disease known to man. If this was not true, why are we trying to find them. When it comes to arthritis however, simple remedies can lead to arthritis pain relief if not maybe an actual cure.
A natural cure for arthritis can come in all forms. There are teas, salves, and supplements all in the name of providing relief from arthritis symptoms. By definition, a cure means to restore health or to recover from a disease. In order to recover from any type of disease, sometimes it is necessary to use all available treatment at your disposal. Let's explore some potential arthritis cures and see if they are worth pursuing.
First of all, there are herbal teas that can be taken like ginger and nettle. What I like about herbal teas is that they are easily absorb by the body and the effect is often immediate. Ginger and nettle are herbs that reduce inflammation in the joints. They also release compounds that attack prostaglandins which are often the source of joint pain. Other herbs such as boswellia and white willow bark decreases joint pain and can be made into a tea as well. You can brew yourself a gallon of these herbs and sip on a cup of this all day.
Ointments and salves are often effective in relieving arthritis pain. I don't know if you could classify them as an arthritis cure but effective none of the less. When you rub these ointments into the affected area, they provide soothing relief from arthritis symptoms. Tiger Balm and Zeel cream are such ointments and they are the most widely used salves on the market today.
Natural supplements like glucosamine and chondroitin are also used for arthritis symptoms. Unlike salves and teas, natural supplements act to correct the arthritis pain by repairing cartilage damage from the inside out. It may take a day or two to notice the difference but with constant use the results are remarkable and long standing.
So what is an arthritis cure? I would say it is what ever relieves your arthritis symptoms. Using a combination of all of these remedies can bring about arthritis pain relief, the question is can this be classified as a cure? I will leave that up to you to decide.