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The Baron
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I have developed arthritis in my wrist. No way around it. Apart from just not doing anything I am not used to doing. The bracelets don't work, just live with it I guess. I think the placebo effect of a gel called arnica gel that my mom gave me had some effect. The smell put people off but I don't care about that, it flakes off and you naturally keep the joint stiff while it is on so the limited movement helps. Just that's life I guess. Some of us get away with it and some suffer.

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jnani
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Hi Baron
Welcome here.
Getting stung by stinging nettles now and again, totally eradicated early signs of stiffness of joints for me. I gently brush my hands against it, I work in garden without gloves that kind of brush is not too scary...
I swear by this home remedy. Give it a go, if you like. Leaves tingling sensation, nothing too unpleasant
Good luck

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CarolineN
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Hi Baron, welcome to Healthy Pages!

Not the end of the world - but a warning. Jnani's remedy may well help - worth a try for a little discomfort.

If you are in UK it would also be worth your while seeing a [url]registered Nutritional Therapist[/url] who will work with your diet to reduce the inflammatory process and support the gut bacteria which are so vital to your wellbeing. Most arthritis begins in the gut when the bacteria get out of balance due to antibiotics, stress, low stomach acid, infections, food intolerances and so on. Once the gut wall is healed and the bacteria are better balanced the arthritis will resolve and it is quite possible to [url]regrow the joint cartilage[/url] again, so don't give up hope! The NT will guide you through the process πŸ™‚

All the best

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I have moved the question on massage to the massage forum. πŸ™‚

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The Baron
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Hi Baron, welcome to Healthy Pages!

Not the end of the world - but a warning. Jnani's remedy may well help - worth a try for a little discomfort.

If you are in UK it would also be worth your while seeing a [url]registered Nutritional Therapist[/url] who will work with your diet to reduce the inflammatory process and support the gut bacteria which are so vital to your wellbeing. Most arthritis begins in the gut when the bacteria get out of balance due to antibiotics, stress, low stomach acid, infections, food intolerances and so on. Once the gut wall is healed and the bacteria are better balanced the arthritis will resolve and it is quite possible to [url]regrow the joint cartilage[/url] again, so don't give up hope! The NT will guide you through the process πŸ™‚

All the best

I have resolved the problem but may have it developed in the right ankle

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Alison333
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I used to have arthritis in my fingers and wrists, i couldn't hold my wrists up so had to wear splints, the doctors told e that in the future they would quite likely have to fuse my finger joints, and that 'it can only get worse'
I proved them all wrong as it has now healed by changing to a raw food diet, and also other ailments I had have also healed.
I am one happy bunny now, & my fingers & wrists feel no pain πŸ™‚

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You can try this [url]Glucosamine Supplements[/url] which help to support healthy joints. It maintain healthy joints & improve joint pain and flexibility.

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AspireST
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I am intrigued to know the scientific evidence that cartilage can be regrown. I note that the link takes you to a very long advert for the information that costs a mere $55!

I have recently had my scaphoid removed and have had a four corner fusion of my wrist. I looked at such adverts but quite frankly didn't believe a word of it even though the marketing is extensive and after reading it you become almost brainwashed. I might put this amazing cure for cartilage regrowth to my consultant to see his reaction. I had my surgery on the NHS so the consultant gained nothing financially by doing the surgery.

If this sort of thing helps people by some kind of placebo effect then fair enough but I think its a load of cobblers and is making lots of money for the people concerned. 😑

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CarolineN
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If you are looking for a supplement then [url]this one[/url] might be helpful. I have no experience of it though, but the ingredients have all been proven to be supportive.

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deleted duplicate post - having internet connection problems!

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sarahr
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About the regrowing cartilage website,why on earth would you want your photo taken walking with a frame for your before and after pics πŸ˜‰
Baron, hope you are feeling better
best wishes
sarah

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lindadadson
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Hi Baron,
New here..
just read your post so thought of replying.

Try eliminating dairy from your diet. I know a man who has rheumatoid arthritis but if he eliminates all dairy (cheese, milk, yogurt, ice cream etc.) from his diet, the pain goes away.

If he eats so much as a slice of pizza, the pain returns and is so bad he has to crawl when he gets out of bed in the morning. I know others who have tried the vegan diet and found relief from arthritis pain.

It's my understanding that this works for some who have rheumatoid arthritis. Maybe wouldn't work for osteo arthritis.

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I have developed arthritis in my wrist. No way around it. Apart from just not doing anything I am not used to doing. The bracelets don't work, just live with it I guess. I think the placebo effect of a gel called arnica gel that my mom gave me had some effect. The smell put people off but I don't care about that, it flakes off and you naturally keep the joint stiff while it is on so the limited movement helps. Just that's life I guess. Some of us get away with it and some suffer.

II am new here
and this is my first post here, so I do not know all the rules, I have studied arthritis a little over the years, I think I am just starting to get it in my fingers, from what I know hydrogen peroxide food grade in very small doses to start with, helps cure arthritis.
It is worth looking up online first of the dos and don'ts, it was hard to get hold of, I do not know if it still is.

Peace and light
Peter

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Ali Tabrizi
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Arthritis treatment

I have developed arthritis in my wrist. No way around it. Apart from just not doing anything I am not used to doing. The bracelets don't work, just live with it I guess. I think the placebo effect of a gel called arnica gel that my mom gave me had some effect. The smell put people off but I don't care about that, it flakes off and you naturally keep the joint stiff while it is on so the limited movement helps. Just that's life I guess. Some of us get away with it and some suffer.

Hello everyone,
I am new to this forum, and I have heard some people say diffrent things may help Arthritis too... but I was just wondering weather anyone has tried another more powerfull alternative?

I have been using a particular Aloe Vera drink with added chondroitin, glucosamine and MSM to help treat a client of her arthritis, and its almost unbelievable.

Its a story that I tell everyone because she used to be on 6 strong pain killers a day for her joints, being very hard for her to walk, but the tablets made her very lethargic and tired... then within her first few days of using this product went down to just 4 painkillers that whole week, to then being able to go swimming in spain on her family holiday with little or no painkillers at all... because the ingredients combined with aloe vera allowed her to rebuild and strengthen the root cause.

I would be happy to send some more information/videos and see what other people on here think... I'm sure it wont be the first story thats to come from people using it.

ali_tabrizi_@hotmail.com

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Ali Tabrizi
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Arthritis treatment

Hello everyone,
I am new to this forum, and I have heard some people say apple cider vinegar may help Arthritis too along with honey... but I was just wondering weather anyone has tried another more powerfull alternative?

I have been using a particular Aloe Vera drink with added chondroitin, glucosamine and MSM to help treat a client of her arthritis, and its almost unbelievable.

Its a story that I tell everyone because she used to be on 6 strong pain killers a day for her joints, being very hard for her to walk, but the tablets made her very lethargic and tired... then within her first few days of using this product went down to just 4 painkillers that whole week, to then being able to go swimming in spain on her family holiday with little or no painkillers at all... because the ingredients combined with aloe vera allowed her to rebuild and strengthen the root cause.

I would be happy to send some more information/videos and see what other people on here think... I'm sure it wont be the first story thats to come from people using it.

ali_tabrizi_@hotmail.com

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JohnHarrison
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Sorry to hear, go get it checked up! I have it in my arms, very painful.

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