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Gout and Arthritis
by coffe » Tue Oct 04, 2016 12:11 pm

Gout - Arthritis

Arthritis by Djehuty Ma'at- Ra The very first Western illness I was ever acquainted with as a little boy was arthritis. My precious paternal granny, Bertha Cooper, suffered from this pathology for several years. She had it really bad in her wrists and joints. I remember her asking me if I would go to the corner alcohol shop on the corner of 101st Street and Avalon Boulevard in Watts, California, and buy her some Ben Gay, a white pharmaceutical anti-inflammatory rubbing cream. She would rub Ben Gay on her wrists and joints and her tendons also.

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You See, Arthritis is a Condition of Swelling of the Joints

That's all it is. The Latin word "Arth" indicates "joints," and the English suffix, "it is" means "swelling." What is swelling? A burning! Exactly what causes this burning or inflammation? ACID!!! Plain and simple!

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You can Rub this Salve Straight on Your Joints or Other Issues Area

It is really relaxing and recovery. And obviously, as an herbalist, I have actually created my own Joint Solution that consists of all the herbs discussed above that is a powerful little formula that works marvels for me when my wrists begin to does food effect your pain? (typing up all that legal pleading). This can be considered to be a valuable short article on Uric Acid. It is since there is so much to discover Uric acid.

5 Major Types of Shoulder Arthritis: Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid, Septic, Gout, Pseudogout