How to calm rheumatic pains naturally
The rheumatism it is a disease considered as an acute or chronic disease. This disease affects the bones, joints and muscles producing pain and difficulty of movement, the pain is increased with movement and fatigue.
There are many rheumatic diseases which are collected under the name of rheumatism. The most well-known disease in rheumatism is osteoarthritis, although there are other rheumatic diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, fibromyalgia, gout, osteoporosis or lupus.
In case of symptoms or suspicions of suffering from any of these diseases, we must go to the doctor to make a timely review and diagnose the disease and to give us the appropriate treatment for our case.
We should not medicate on our own, as it can be dangerous. Usually to help soothe the pain they usually prescribe analgesics as well as anti-inflammatories. Physiotherapy or rehabilitation sessions prescribed by the specialist doctor are also appropriate.
Some home remedies prepared with totally natural products and with medicinal plants with the right properties can help us to calm the pain.
How to prepare 3 natural remedies to calm the pain caused by rheumatism
Lavender oil to calm the pain
To prepare this lavender oil we need the following ingredients:
- 75 grams of dried lavender flowers.
- Half a liter of virgin olive oil.
We put the lavender flowers in a glass jar and add the olive oil.
We close the bottle well and leave it macerating for 15 days in a place in the house where the sun is direct.
During the maceration time we remove the oil at least once every day.
After the time we queue the mash and keep it in a glass jar with airtight seal.
We will store the bottle in a dark place, where the light does not reach.
We put a little lavender oil in the hand and apply it to the painful area with a gentle massage.
Lavender oil can be used twice a day.
Green clay mask to calm the pain
With the mask of green clay and peppermint essential oil we will make a poultice.
This green clay mask can be applied both hot and cold.
We prepare the clay poultice in the following way:
In a small plastic bowl we put a tablespoon of green clay and add water little by little to make a cream.
Add 3 drops of peppermint essential oil and stir.
We put the clay preparation on a sterile gauze or compress and apply the poultice on the painful area.
We keep the poultice put on for an hour and twice a day.
Soothing bath with rosemary and eucalyptus
The baths with warm water and appropriate essential oils to mitigate the pain are very effective to improve the pains that occur when we suffer from a rheumatic disease.
To prepare the soothing bath, fill the bathtub with enough warm water so that the body is completely submerged.
We mix 5 drops of eucalyptus essential oil with 5 drops of rosemary essential oil and a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar.
We remove to dilute well and incorporate it into warm water.
Carefully introduce the body and enjoy the soothing bath for 20 minutes.
This remedy to relieve pain as you have been able to verify is indicated for when the pain affects most of the joints or almost the entire body.
If the pain is located individually, for example, only arms, hands, or feet, we will prepare less and use a basin or other container where we can immerse the painful member and keep for 20 minutes. This article is published for informational purposes only. It can not and should not replace the consultation with a Physician. We advise you to consult your Trusted Doctor.