This Ancient Spice Eases Your Arthritis Pain

Arthritis pain can keep you from doing the things you love most. And your doctor may not be much help. But this natural solution eases the painful inflammation.

There’s a natural way to reduce the inflammation causing your arthritis pain by 44 percent.1

A fragrant bud goes back 2,000 years to ancient China. In the West, it’s a flavor used along with cinnamon in seasonal and holiday recipes. It has a hard, dense shell that hides an oily compound which provides its signature odor and taste.

This oil is what gives the bud its potent anti-inflammatory powers. Big Pharma knows how powerful it is for preventing the inflammation that causes arthritis pain… That’s why they’ve had a patent on it for at least 10 years now.2

But you can still find it in its natural form. For now.

One study found that it eased arthritis in mice. But it didn’t just provide relief by lowering the amount of inflammatory cytokines. This compound actually prevented inflammatory substances from entering joints.3

So not only does it reduce the inflammation you already have… It keeps new inflammatory cytokines from popping up in your joints.

This fragrant spice reduces the inflammation that causes arthritis pain.

Cloves are the flower buds that come from the evergreen clove tree. The essential oil of clove contains eugenol. It’s the compound that makes clove oil such a valuable anti-inflammatory.

Eugenol is a popular ingredient in dental mixtures. Because of its antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and local anesthetic properties, it is widely used in fillings or dental cement. It’s also used topically for treating toothaches.

People use it for cooking and eating because of its pleasant flavor and smell. But it also delivers a large dose of manganese.4 Your body needs this vital mineral for bone strength, resilient skin, and blood sugar control.

Don’t let your doctor brush off your arthritis pain. Start treating it naturally instead. You can add clove spice to just about anything you eat. If you can find it fresh, you can use it to brew your own tea. This is a great way to take advantage of its high antioxidant content. But the flavor isn’t for everybody. You can also find a clove supplement in pill form or as a liquid extract. It makes a powerful addition to your arsenal of natural arthritis fighters.

And there are, a host of other powerful, joint soothers. In fact, in 2007, researchers in Scotland tested a natural compound in one healing herb on patients with rheumatoid arthritis.

Pain evaporated from their joints…stiffness all but disappeared…and they performed everyday activities much easier than before. Plus, it was 100% safe.

But that’s not the best part. Many patients discovered they didn’t need their pain drugs anymore. In fact, 6 out of 10 either reduced or stopped taking their prescription medication all together.

That’s right. You really can say “no” to those dangerous prescription drugs that only make you feel worse. Want better mobility…greater freedom…and a lot less pain? Without all those pills? Discover how here.

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Health Topic: Arthritis | Pain Relief


  1. Billy Wallace says:

    Have a problem with RA always looking for better natural products.

  2. Joyce McDaniel says:

    I am disabled with many health issues. I have always wanted to try the Vitamix but could not afford. I have entered your contest and sent out over 300 invites to the contest. I am hoping I win this for something has to give with all the medications I am on. I have fibromyalgia, severe DDD, asthma, rsd,depression and you name it. If there was any giveaway that I could ever wish to win this would be it. Trying real hard in getting everyone to enter. Thanks so much for giving me hope that I may finally own one of these sets.

  3. Agya Kofi Tweneboah says:

    I use the cloves to treat heart disease on my grandmother a week ago so she says it’s okay for now.

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