I have found these natural treatments for degenerative arthritis to help. They also don’t cost much.
If you have arthritis in your knees or ankles, the first thing you need to find out if you’re out of alignment. If your car’s tires are out of alignment, you will have abnormal wear on your tires. The same goes for us. An excellent chiropractor, osteopath or Rolfer should be able to correct this problem. The same goes with shoes. Shoes should have thin bendable soles, so your feet can move. You can now buy barefoot walking shoes.
Natural Treatments for Degenerative Arthritis
- Collagen Powder 2-3 tablespoons twice a day with meals
- Gelatin 2 -3 tablespoons twice a day if not taking collagen powder.
- Bone Broth 8 ounces a day (possible lead contamination)
- Glucosamine sulfate 1,000 mg three times a day
- MSM Powder 1 tablespoon a day
- Myristin (Cetyl Myristoleate) 2 capsules twice a day
- Manganese Picolinate 15-30 mg a day
- Bio Sil 6 drops in water three times a day
- Copper salicylate (YouTube “Power of Copper” –HerbsPlusBeadWorks)
- Copper wrists and ankle bracelets.
- Copper sebacate or copper glycenate 4 mg a day
- Drink water from a 100% copper container (check RBC copper and RBC zinc every few months)
- Wobenzyme N 10 caps empty stomach twice a day
- Neodymium magnets, North or South. Muscle test to see which side makes you strong. If both sides make you strong, use the North side against your skin. The “South Pole” of the compass needle (labeled North) points to the North Pole of the magnet.
- Urine Fasting according to Armstrong (book – “The Water of Life” by Armstrong). This is my most power remedy for arthritis. Also, apply topical urine according to Armstrong’s protocol.
- Dr. Jan Kwasniewski’s ketogenic diet (book – “Homo Optimus” by Jan Kwasniewski, M.D.)
- Plasma Rich Platelets (PRP)
- Prolozone Therapy according to Frank Shallenberger, MD, HMD
Arthritis pain will usually considerably lesson with the above protocols. I have seen this therapy help all of my degenerative arthritis patients.
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