Arthritis includes over 100 rheumatic conditions and diseases but the most common are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. The first one is associated with aging and is more common in adults over 40, and the second one is an autoimmune disorder, often found in adults younger than 40.

People with arthritis experience joint pain, swelling, aching, and stiffness. Luckily, there are certain natural remedies which arthritis sufferers can use for easing arthritis and pains. These are some of them:


Food-grade calcium bentonite clay removes toxins and allergens from the gut when taking internally. Moreover, it increases circulation in the body, which may also bring pain relief to sore joints.


Each one of these will help with arthritis and we should not be surprised by that. Eating whole-foods along with regular exercise will likely result in weight loss. The wear-and-tear on joints will be reduced by less bulk on the same size frame and regular exercise can improve range of motion and joint flexibility.

White potatoes, peppers, eggplant, and tomatoes contain a toxin that interferes with enzymes in muscles that can cause pain. Green, leafy vegetables which contain vitamin K and other minerals can help strengthen bones.


Far infrared heat penetrates several inches beneath the surface of the skin, unlike ordinary heat waves. This increases blood circulation and enhances the body’s metabolic responses. Moreover, it aids in oxygenation of tissues and improves the skin’s ability to eliminate toxins.


The body goes through amazing rejuvenation while we sleep. The relaxation process stimulates healing and that’s why regular and adequate rest is a MUST. Unfortunately, arthritis pain can make staying asleep difficult and at that point arthritis sufferers must include herbal remedies.

Chamomile, valerian root, and ashwagandha may help with sleep issues. Also, you should try sleeping with a window open and remember that cool, dark, and quiet are three keys to better sleep. No electronics are allowed in the bedroom.


Regular wearing of stretch gloves can reduce pain and swell through compression. You can find various types of gloves that wrap the hand and the wrists.