1-Use ginger extract Another pain relief option that grows naturally is ginger, which can be ingested in several different ways. You can use the fresh root, drink it as a tea, eat it as a dried spice or take prepackaged supplements. Research has discovered that the phytonutrients in ginger reduce the production of chemicals in the body that promote joint inflammation. Together with prescription arthritis medication, ginger can greatly reduce joint pains, since it acts as a natural anti-inflammatory. Be cautious if you take blood thinners, as ginger has the risk of increasing bleeding.
2-Apply herbal ointment A salve made from cinnamon, ginger, mastic, and sesame oil was found to be just as effective as over the counter medicine, in a study published in the Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences. Traditional over the counter ointments used to treat arthritis usually contain salicylate, which is used topically to relieve pain.
3-Heat and cold therapy It’s worthwhile investing in a heating pad, gel-style cold pack or cool compress for chronic pain. These can easily be found at a drug store, or ordered online. Heat is used to keep joints from stiffening while cold therapy can reduce pain and swelling.
4-Lemon with Olive Oil
4 Lemons ,Olive Oil ,An Air Tight Jar ,A Gauze Clear Plastic Bag, Wool Shawl
Instructions: Put lemon peel in the jar; fill jar with olive oil up to its mouth. Close the jar tight and place at a safe place for 14 days. lemon oil for pain After 14 days, when it is ready to use, dip the gauze thoroughly in the oil and place on the joint in question. Put plastic bag over the gauze and wrap it with woolen shawl. Do this before you sleep and remove this coating in the morning. Repeat the process for some days to see the affect