How to clean joints

March 23, 2016, 7:38 p.m

Due to the so-called salt deposits, many joint dis­eases devel­op. For their pre­ven­tion, it is rec­om­mend­ed to clean the joints. This method can be used both at the begin­ning of the dis­ease and in the advanced stage. But keep in mind that with strong pain, you need to be patient, as the treat­ment will be slow and dif­fi­cult.


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Peel­ing pota­toes is the eas­i­est way and is very help­ful for arthri­tis. Cut well-washed unpeeled pota­toes weigh­ing about a kilo­gram into small pieces, com­plete­ly cov­er with water and cook over low heat for about 1.5 hours. The tubers are well boiled, so the water is not drained, but fil­tered with a strain­er. Squeeze out the remain­ing pota­to pulp and dis­card.


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Drink this decoc­tion every day in a glass before break­fast, lunch and a few hours after din­ner. And so two weeks. Then take a break for the same peri­od, after which every­thing repeats. Anoth­er advan­tage of this method is that pota­to broth not only restores joints, but also cleans­es the intestines and improves its func­tion­ing.

Clean­ing with black radish and diet is tougher than pota­toes. This is due to the use of radish juice, which can increase joint pain. How­ev­er, such unpleas­ant man­i­fes­ta­tions indi­cate that the purifi­ca­tion process is in full swing. For this method, take 10 kg of radish, wash it and pass it through a meat grinder. Radish must be unpeeled, with a peel. Next, squeeze the juice, which is poured into the con­tain­er, close well and cool in the refrig­er­a­tor. It should be con­sumed in a few table­spoons no more than 3 times a day. Juice intake ends with the last drop. By diet is meant the exclu­sion of fat­ty and fried foods, eggs, pas­tries and pota­toes. This method, when prop­er­ly com­bined with the nec­es­sary nutri­tion, is very effec­tive in the most severe dis­eases of the joints.

Bay leaf

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Many peo­ple add bay leaf to dif­fer­ent dish­es, but few peo­ple know that it is use­ful for cleans­ing the joints. This process is based on a decoc­tion of bay leaves every few months. To pre­pare it, pour 5 g of leaves with two cups of boil­ing water and put on a small fire. Then pour all this into a ther­mos and leave for at least 4 hours, then strain and con­sume dur­ing the day in small sips. Dis­trib­ute this infu­sion for half a day.
Due to pos­si­ble bleed­ing, it is for­bid­den to drink the infu­sion in large sips or in one gulp. The dura­tion of the course is 3 days. Then a week break and again 3 days of treat­ment.

Source: Home Doc­tor mag­a­zine


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