Degenerative Arthritis is a widely prevalent disease, commonly found among the old age group. All the while it’s not well understood amongst the people facing such condition, leading to further degeneration of joints which makes the affected people immobile after a certain period.
Ginger is a very effective Ayurvedic herb that has been used for treating Arthritis since ages. Research suggests that the nutritional values present in Ginger are effective in treating inflammatory Arthritis and other degenerative joint diseases such as Osteoarthritis.
Uses of Ginger in Treating Arthritis
Pure Ginger Juice
Ginger can be consumed in raw liquid form to get prompt relief from your joint pain. Take a small piece of ginger, wash it properly and grate it in a bowl. Now, wrap the grated ginger in a cloth and squeeze it which will produce raw ginger juice. Mix some salt in the juice and take one teaspoon of this natural juice every day before breakfast that has powerful healing properties.
Ginger tea is both healthy and tasty for consumption. For the preparation of ginger tea, take 1-inch piece of ginger, wash it and cut it into 10 small slices. Mix these slices in a cup of water and boil the mixture for 10 minutes and let it steep. Once done, you can discard the ginger slices and consume this tasty mixture slowly. Consuming ginger tea 2-3 times a day not only cures Arthritis but has multiple health benefits that improves your lifestyle.
Ginger and Turmeric Drink
Ginger and Turmeric both being a rich source of anti-inflammatory properties, one can treat arthritis effectively as the mixture helps in lubricating the cartilages while softening the tissue around the joints. Take fresh grated ginger and turmeric and add 1 teaspoon of this mixture into a glass of lukewarm water. Let it steep for 5 minutes and then add a pinch of black pepper into the mixture. Drink this mixture 1-2 times a day that has amazing healing properties.
Apart from the mentioned mixtures, Ginger oil massage is also an effective way to treat Arthritis while curing the joint pain that follows.