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  • 1. To make a topical paste.. Mix 2 tablespoons of cayenne pepper with 1/2 cup of cocoa butter, lanolin, or coconut oil. Apply it directly to the sore joint.
  • 2. You can also mix 1/2 teaspoon of cayenne pepper with 1 cup of apple cider vinegar. Soak sore hands or feet for 20 minutes to reduce pain and inflammation.
  • 3. Mix 1/2 cup of grape juice with 2 tablespoons pectin. You can add water, if needed. Drink it twice daily for 6 weeks, and then reduce the frequency as symptoms disappear.
  • 4. Licorice acts much like your body’s own natural corticosteroids, which reduce inflammation. It also decreases free radicals at the site of inflammation
  • 5. Licorice comes in a variety of teas, tinctures, or in supplement form. People with blood pressure issues should avoid the herb altogether.
  • 6. Flaxseed is one of the best vegan sources of Omega-3 fatty acids. Which makes it even more important for arthritis sufferers.
  • 7. Try to include two tablespoons of flaxseeds or flaxseed oil in your daily diet.
  • 8. Stinging nettle is available in several forms including teas, capsules, tinctures, extracts, or whole leaf.
  • 9. Recommended dosage for capsule form is up to 1,300 mg/daily. Whole leaves can be applied directly to the painful area of the skin.
  • 10.  Visit Natural Remedies Channel • www.youtube.com/NaturalRemediess