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Herbs for Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Rheumatoid Arthritis is an inflammatory reaction and may be successfully treated with anti-inflammatory herbs and spices. It is ultimately necessary to follow an ant-inflammatory diet in order to totally resolve the condition. The below herbs, especially when used in addition to the diet, have traditionally been used with positive results.

Herbs for Arthritis

MarjoramBurdock Root
Cat’s Claw
Cayenne Pepper
Ginger Root
Jamaican Allspice / Pimento
Nettle Leaves
Thunder God Vine
Willow Bark

Wild Marjoram Liniment for Arthritis

1 Ounce Oil of Wild Marjoram (Origanum Vulgare)
1 Teaspoonful Oil of Thyme (Thymus Vulgaris)
1 Pint Olive Oil

Combine all together in a container and shake until thoroughly mixed. Pour into a brown glass bottle, and keep tightly closed.

Uses: This could be used for arthritis, rheumatism, sciatica, sprains, backache, bruises, chilblains, swollen glands, muscle stiffness and muscle soreness.

Dosage: Rub liberally on areas of pains, and or swelling.

Dr Sebi’s products for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Dr Sebi’s related that his product, the Eva Salve, was actually name after a woman he cured of Rheumatoid Arthritis. See the main ingredients in the Eva Salve here.

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