Natural Spice Offers Pain Relief For Sufferers

August 12, 2014 – A progressive and debilitating disorder is on the rise. Rheumatoid Arthritis, which has links to obesity in women, has recently been recorded as experiencing an uptake in cases and with obesity becoming more of a problem, the diagnosis of confirmed figures are expected to continue moving upward.

While pharmaceutical companies look at this as a boon for exploratory pain drugs to ease the symptoms associated with the disease, many people these days are seeking more natural treatments as a pain management option to remain drug free and less chemical dependent.

On of the natural remedies that appears to offer more than promises and hype is the use of the spice Turmeric, taken as a regular course like medication.

The spice Turmeric is created by making a powder from the roots of the turmeric plant. The plant itself is a member of the Ginger family, another natural source used for pain management. Th powder is an orange-yellow color and heavily used in curry is what gives curry its color.

Nearly 80% of those who are diagnosed with the progressive cartilage and joint bone destructing disorder can expect some form of disability to arise within their lifetime and life expectancy is often reduced. Drugs prescribed for the disorder often have heavy side effects that include blood and bone loss as well as bone marrow suppression and even can make the eye and liver tissue toxic.

Recent scientific and medical studies of the spice have proven it to be more effective than the leading drugs in relieving pain. Users can take the powder in pill form, sprinkle it on their food or even spoon feed it with a measurement of about 1 tablespoon a day. Turmeric powder may also be stirred into a glass of water or juice as a liquid intake.

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