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Sanjay

New Delhi, India

#57 Apr 22, 2014
raju wrote:
I had RA for last 5 years I cant control the pain over the body and knees am from poor family pls tell me how to destroy the pain to get relief from RA
Drink hot garlic juice with honey first thing in the morning. It worked for me.
Sanjay

New Delhi, India

#58 Apr 22, 2014
Folks, I suffered from RA for some time. Frantically, I searched online as I knew allopathic drugs would devastate my body and won't cure the disease either. Finally, I tried a cure given by someone on this forum. I am almost cured now. The cure is:

Take a chunk of ginger (the size of a small pebble). Grate it and turn it into very small pieces. Boil this in a glass of water. Keep boiling till only half a glass of water is left (the rest evaporates). The water will now have a dark brown colour. Filter the water into a cup, add a tea-spoon of honey and sip it steaming-hot first thing in the morning (just like you sip tea or coffee) on empty stomach immediately after waking up.(Don't even drink water -- take this on totally empty stomach.)

I saw reduction in pain immediately after drinking it on the first day itself. For people with lot of pain and swelling or advanced arthritis, they can drink hot ginger water in the evening too (on empty stomach at least three hours after having lunch). This you can take for any age except young kids in which case reduce the quantity to half or even one third.

This is a very potent brew that is not only very anti-inflammatory but also heals the intestines which are allowing undigested food particles (called Aam in Ayurveda) to enter your blood stream.(This Aam gets attacked by the immune system which considers it as a foreign hostile body, leading to RA.)

Take the brew lifelong otherwise RA will come back without warning any time.

Be assured about one thing though: RA is totally linked to your stomach. This is my person experience and also the wisdom of Ayurveda. Heal your stomach first. Eat very soft foods. Avoid meat and dairy. Find out which food triggers the symptoms and avoid it like crazy. It is due to leaky gut which results in digesting system becoming inefficient.(In Ayurveda, it says RA happens when the digestive fire in stomach become feeble and undigested food begins to circulate in the body.) My RA started after going to Hyderabad in India and eating extremely spicy foods there for a month, after which I was down with RA. Stool test found undigested food in the stool. That is what got me thinking. I did Ayurveda course. It helped a lot. But this ginger thing is the best.
Maggie

Olathe, KS

#59 Apr 29, 2014
I am in my 20's and have had RA for almost 12 yrs. I have taken lots of diff meds over the years (and I absolutely hate medication....when I start feeling better I immediately stop the meds) anyway over the last 3 yrs I have started really looking into diet (paleo, juicing, alkalizing the body, no sugar) as a way to cure RA since we all no their is no hope in our current medical system for it! I can say that as of right now i am having the hardest and longest flare up ever. I have 2 little kids and we are almost certain another one is on the way. With my past 2 pregnancies I was in a remission state when I got pregnant, so I felt great and took no meds at all...not even during labor. Then a month afterwards I would always have a huge flare up leaving me useless at a time when I need to be on my top game for all things newborn related. It's been really discouraging. So I really wanna kick this RA to the curb. I have been seeing a chiropractor 3 times a week for the past 3 months and have been grain free for 2 months and just recently I have decided to stay away from any form of sugar (even in the purest sense like, raw honey and maple syrup). The one thing I've kept though, is plain full fat Greek yogurt and occasionally cheese since it's easy to grab. Maybe I should cut that out though. I am not really taking any supplements other than prenatals and DHA pills for baby. Right now I'm just wondering if there are any other ladies that have gone thru this during pregnancy and breastfeeding and found safe and amazing cures naturally. I know I need to excersize, but right now I am so tired from well RA, kids and pregnancy that I have been lacking motivation. Any advice would be helpful!! Thanks and God bless!:)
ledki

Johannesburg, South Africa

#61 May 28, 2014
hi everyone,

I have been living with auto-immune induced arthritis for 6yrs. I am only 26yrs old.

This is what really helped me
1. MSM -1000mg 3-4 times a day taken with Vitamin C 1000mg 3 times a day (each tablet has 8hrs slow release which I believe is the best-I buy bettaway brand).MSM preferably powder but tablet works well as well.
2. Krill oil 500mg /day
3. walk /jog 3-4 times day
4. Eliminate sugar and avoid wheat
5. I also take Vitamin tablets and calcium with extra Vit D.

My pain got from mild to moderate-severe this year and I was desperate for natural cure. I know step 1 helped dramatically reduce my pain upto 90%. Please atleast try. I just popped to help. Good luck!

I
Dianne

Fountain, CO

#62 May 29, 2014
I recently got the flu back in March. I was totally healthy before then and hadn't been sick in any way for 15 years. I'm overweight but fit - mountain bike, hike, swim, tennis, etc. After that happened I felt awful. Awful enough to go to the doctor. I had my bloodwork done and it showed my Uric Serum for gout as 7.1, my Vitamin D as 16 and my RA factor as 39. I totally believe that the Vitamin D dropping to below normal caused all of my symptoms. I have an appointment with the Reumatologist next Thursday but will basically not listen to anything he says. I am taking 2.8 grams of Borage Oil, taking a probiotic, taking 5,000 IU's of Vitamin D a day and Aqua Flora Candida High Potency. I truly believe that after the flu, I have bad viruses or bacteria in my system that caused an immune bust. I too am watching what I eat, taking out the sugar and flour and unfortunately the red wine that keeps my HDL at 71 until I can get this under control. Research, reasearch, research. Tumeric and ginger have been recommended to me from a lot of people and I will try those also.
Thando

Boksburg, South Africa

#63 Jun 11, 2014
Thank you so much, very helpful... how do you drink ginger juice and should you swallow the smashed ginger or maybe you should just drink water and leave the ginger on the bottom of the cup
Mommywithra

Calgary, Canada

#66 Jun 19, 2014
I'm definitely going to try the ginger!
Thanks for the suggestion. I'll keep a record if anyone is interested
Www.Mommywithra.blogspot.com
Vicki

Covina, CA

#67 Jun 22, 2014
These comments are all great and helpful. I think the doctors get a kickback from medicine. We will see
Suffree

Singapore, Singapore

#68 Jun 30, 2014
Can u pls tell Ginger should be boiled or just put in hot water n eat ginger also
sam

Saudi Arabia

#70 Jul 9, 2014
Hi,
My wife suffering ra from last 4 years. Now joint pain is all joint places. She was pregnent but it miscaried after 3 months. Now she suffer more pain in her joints than early.
Plz guide me
Rachna Chhachhi

Mumbai, India

#74 Jul 16, 2014
Eddie wrote:
Also, how long did you drink the ginger juice before you started to see positive results?
: this is misleading. Ginger flares up RA pain. I had RA and cured myself and have been medication free for 7 years now. Then I did a course in nutritional therapy and I now have a practice across 12 countries curing auto immune disorders and lifestyle diseases. Ginger actually increases RA pain. Pl do not have it. The gentleman who is propagating ginger had a different auto immune disorder, not RA. I have cured hundreds of people now, and have documented case studies with blood reports on what works and what doesn't, and ginger is a no-no for RA patients.
Suffree

Singapore, Singapore

#76 Jul 16, 2014
Rachna Chhachhi wrote:
<quoted text>: this is misleading. Ginger flares up RA pain. I had RA and cured myself and have been medication free for 7 years now. Then I did a course in nutritional therapy and I now have a practice across 12 countries curing auto immune disorders and lifestyle diseases. Ginger actually increases RA pain. Pl do not have it. The gentleman who is propagating ginger had a different auto immune disorder, not RA. I have cured hundreds of people now, and have documented case studies with blood reports on what works and what doesn't, and ginger is a no-no for RA patients.
What to do then??Google also tell to hv ginger turmeric..
Rachna Chhachhi

Mumbai, India

#77 Jul 16, 2014
Turmeric is good for RA pain. What everyone needs to remember for auto immune disorders is that people with auto immune disorders have higher cancer cells. That is what makes the immune system work against you and cause the disease. Stress reduction, anti cancer or anti angiogen foods will lower pain and inflammation and shrink and kill cancer cells. Turmeric, broccoli, garlic, green tea are highly anti cancer. Oxygenating the body with breathing exercises kills cancer cells. All these done together root out RA. The rest of the diet is very specific to the individual's age, gender, family history, blood reports etc.
JennyLinse

Singapore, Singapore

#78 Jul 17, 2014
Eddie wrote:
Also, how long did you drink the ginger juice before you started to see positive results?
Ginger juice warms your body and aid our blood circulation...so it help your body function.
Check our body temperature, once it falls below our normal range we will start to have health problems, don't overestimate ginger juice it regulates our body temperature...so you gradually should feel better.
Rachna Chhachhi

Mumbai, India

#79 Jul 17, 2014
Hello, Eddie, so does coffee - it warms up the body and increases circulation :) Pl don't believe everything on the internet. Rely on health experts who have demonstrated and documented success repeatedly with their treatment.
Aarti

Delhi, India

#80 Jul 30, 2014
Hi !!

Thanks for sharing your feedback.

I am suffering with the same problem. And the pain is increasing by every passing day. Could you please give me your contact number ? Need to discuss few things as it will help me out to reach at some conclusion. Would be greatly thankful.
Thanks & Regards

Since: Jul 14

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#85 Oct 19, 2014
Massage therapy is also great for arthritis. I got it done from Belle Vie Day Spa when I was suffering from acute pain due to arthritis.
Serenity4142

Niceville, FL

#88 Wednesday Dec 10
Want the person from Niceville, Florida to contact me. I live there also!!
Dddddd

UK

#90 6 hrs ago
Hi I got ra just been diagnosed but what makes me laugh is if they don't no what courses it how can they say it's ra if they don't really understand it I'm really lost I don't really no wat to do can anyone help

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