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There are two possible treatment routes for arthritis. These include the medical and the natural route of cure. The treatments focus on providing relief to the symptoms and improve the functioning of joints. A person may need to try a combination of treatments before they can determine what works best for them. Medications that are used to treat the disease include: Analgesics, NSAIDs, DMARDs, Corticosteroids etc.

Some natural ingredients such as CBD, Aloe Vera, ginger, grape seed extract, methinone etc provide great relief to the inflammation and pain caused by arthritis and its types.

Aloe Vera

With the passage of time and more researches being done on Aloe Vera, studies and findings have shown that Aloe Vera has a potential role in providing support to our joints by helping out with inflammation and swelling. This is possible due to the properties of Aloe Vera that make it modulate the body’s immune system.

The fact about Aloe Vera providing a healing and cooling effect when it is applied on burns and rashes has been long known. Aloe Vera acts similarly when it is ingested. Why is this so? The science and reasoning behind this phenomenon is the healing property of it. Acemannan is the polysaccharide found in the inner parts of the Aloe Vera leaves that aid to this characteristic of the plant.

How to take Aloe Vera

Lets have a look into the dosages of Aloe Vera. Aloe Vera tends to be effective both ways when it is taken orally or when it is taken topically. Aloe Vera is generally safe no matter in what way you take it because it is 100% natural and contains any synthetic or psychoactive substances.

Note: Despite the fact that raw aloe from a plant can grow in your home and can be taken orally, it is advised to not eat raw aloe. To take aloe orally, one should take it with a product that is made for oral consumption.

Topical Aloe (Gel):

Aloe Vera Gel can be taken as long as it is free from additives. It can be applied to joints as often as required.

Oral Aloe (Extract, Juice or capsules):

Aloe can be taken orally. A dosage of 300 mg daily in the form of Aloe Vera capsule is advised or about 2 fl oz. two times a day from a pure aloe extract. This extract should be made from the inner gel of the aloe leaf.





Rainee Allen

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