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Spice Up Your Life And Manage Your Arthritis, Joint Pain And Inflammation With Anti Inflammatory Spices
Home Health & Fitness Medicine
By: Josef Bichler Email Article
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It has been medically proven that our diet directly affects our health. In case of arthritis, a healthy diet comprising of among other food groups fruits, vegetables, and anti inflammatory spices have been used to successfully manage the condition and all the discomfort it is associated with. This has made this common and painful condition bearable for most people not to mention the fact that such people have continued to enjoy fuller, healthier and pain free lives without requiring to use drugs, some of which have numerous side effects and pose great harm on the health and general well-being of many people with arthritis.

If you suffer from arthritis, joint pain and inflammation, you will be happy to know that making some simple changes like incorporating anti inflammatory spices in your diet can make all the difference and give you the much needed relief you have been waiting for.

Some of these anti inflammatory spices include:

1. Turmeric

This mustard yellow spice works by suppressing inflammatory body chemicals making it effective in the management of arthritis. You can incorporate the spice in most curries or just add some powder to a warm bath to reduce joint pain.

2. Ginger

Ginger is known to mimic most anti inflammatory drugs making it a cheap and healthier alternative for treating arthritis. The spice also has some blood thinning properties meaning that it works to increase blood circulation which reduces joint pain and at the same time works to reduce inflammation. You should consult your physician if you are taking blood thinning medication or any other medication for that matter before using ginger.

3. Coriander

Jut like ginger, coriander seeds have anti inflammatory properties. This means that using coriander seeds will considerably reduce inflammation brought about by arthritis.

4. Rosemary

This spice acts as a diuretic hence is effective in reducing inflammation and swelling.

5. Basil

Basil is another important member of the anti inflammatory spices group. The spice works to reduce inflammation and reduce joint pain.

6. Saffron

This is the most expensive spice in the world thanks to its many health benefits. The spice is a strong antioxidant that also works to reduce pain and relive pain.

7. Black Pepper

Black pepper improves blood circulation in the body leading to healthy pain free joints.

8. Garlic

Garlic is a strong natural remedy that has been in use for centuries to treat all kinds of ailments. Some of the health benefits associated with garlic include anti inflammatory properties which reduce swelling brought about by arthritis.

9. Cilantro Leaves

Cilantro leaves have anti inflammatory properties.

10. Oregano

Oregano is a strong antioxidant that has been used to manage arthritis among other ailments.

These ten spices represent a fraction of the anti inflammatory spices that are known to be effective in managing painful joints, inflammation, and arthritis. Start incorporating these anti inflammatory spices in your diet and you will be surprised by the fast results and great relief you will experience.

You will also enjoy tastier and tantalizing meals, eliminate the use of expensive and often harmful drugs and generally enjoy great improvement in your health and all other aspects of life.

My name is Josef Bichler. I have a passion for wellness and showing others how to live healthy lives. I have corrected my own health problems with the use of alternatives only and helping others to achieve their health objectives through lifestyle changes, detoxifying their body and through understanding the benefits of eating healthy. For more ongoing health information subscribe to my free weekly newsletter at

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