Home Made Oil For Joint Pain II II
Welcome to health care at home Most of our viewers are keen to know, that which oil they should use in joints pain. so, let me do on thing, let us make one oil I will make you teach this oil here, You make this oil at home use this oil in your joints pain even if you have any type of pain in the muscles then there also you message with this oil then there also you will get relief in any type of pain. You need not to purchase any oil from the market because you can make this oil at home. So, what all you require for that let me tell you
Here i have 100 ml of sesame oil I have 75 gm of garlic with me and ginger in the equal quanitity Bay leaf, cloves, cinnamon Aloe vera apart from that Fenugreek seeds Bhimseni Camphor Will use some turmeric powder and along with this we have carom seeds Now what we have to do, we have to take out the extract of all these ingredients into the oil
How to doé that i will tell you will prepare this oil Firstly, i have 100 ml of sesame oil, that i will put it into the pan And we have to put it on the low flame doesn't require to be put on the high flame, put it on the low flame,if you are cooking on the gas cook it for a long time and till the time the oil gets hotter i will grate these garlic, you can even grind it into the grinder. or you can do the way i am grating grate it like this
Garlic works really well in joints pain If you have complaint of joint pain then you can even take raw garlic and you should as much as raw garlic in access quantity Because it cut down gas reduced the cholesterol Garlilc is very good for your health. Those who are allergic from the smell of garlic You must understand that its smell is the main power and very important for your body Garlic even kills the insects of stomach if you have
Our oil is heat up and now firstly will put 12 spoon of cloves and along with this put almost 2 cinnamon in this And moment the cloves cinnamon floats on the oil will put almost 2 spoon of fenugreek seeds What all ingredients were are putting will burn them Its not food we are making oil so, let is burn completely Don't get worried let them burn on the low flame
So, we have grated the garlic, same way will grate the ginger Here ginger is also used in equal quantity, it also has lots of healing properties to remove your pain, ginger works really well so, our fenugreek seeds is almost burnt and now will put carom seeds as equal to fenugreek seeds almost 3 spoon of carom seeds and let the carom seeds get burnt as well and now you may add in this 34 bay leaf crush them and put them into the pan
Tutorial Explanation What is Hip Osteoarthritis
Hip Osteoarthritis is a debilitating chroniccondition caused by destruction of the cartilage within a joint.Healthy cartilage allows bones to move over one another by absorbing the impact of physicalmovement, acting as a cushion. The thinning of the cartilage causes the bones to eventuallybump against each other, causing pain, stiffness, and loss of mobility.A physical exam in imagining can help in point issue and assist with determining the appropriatetreatment. Medications such as non steroidal antiinflammatorydrugs are the first line of defense, along with exercises to strengthen the muscles aroundthe hip area as well as weight loss.
Hip replacement surgery is the final optionof all other techniques and treatment fails.
Hip and Knee Osteoarthritis Guideline for Nonsurgical Management
Hello, I'm Norman Swan. Welcome to this programon the new guidelines for the nonsurgical managementof hip and knee osteoarthritis. It's a timely program, as we're broadcastingduring Arthritis Awareness Week. Arthritis, as you know, is a major causeof disability and chronic pain. There's around 100 different formsof arthritis, and osteoarthritis is the most common.
This program is the thirdin a series of four on the musculoskeletal guidelines that have been developedby the Royal Australian College of GPs and approved by the NH and MRC. This program will cover the diagnosisof osteoarthritis and discuss recommendednonpharmacological and pharmacological interventions in a multidisciplinaryprimary healthcare setting.
As always,you'll find a number of resources available on the Rural Health EducationFoundation's website: Let's meet our panel. Geoff McColl is a rheumatologistand professor of Medical Education and Trainingat the University of Melbourne. Welcome, Geoff. Thank you, Norman. Geoff is the current president ofthe Australian Rheumatology Association and was part of the working partydeveloping this guideline.
Rana Hinman is a physiotherapistand senior lecturer in the University of Melbourne Schoolof Health Sciences. Welcome, Rana. Rana has particular expertisein evaluating conservative treatments for osteoarthritis, and was alsoa member of the working party. Michael Yellandis a general practitioner and associate professorof Primary Health Care at Griffith University in Queensland.Welcome, Michael. His teaching and research interestsfocus on evidencebased diagnosis
and the treatmentof musculoskeletal pain. And David Ng, who's a pharmacist and director of the South Australianand Northern Territory Branch of the Pharmaceutical Societyof Australia. Welcome, David. Thank you, Norman. From the home of fish oil. That's correct. We'll talk about fish oil later to see whether or not it'sthe magic panacea for osteoarthritis.
Many myths about osteoarthritis,Geoffreyé There are many myths, Norman. Probably the best place to start is that this is an illness that you acquireas you grow old that you can do nothing about. You're just going to creak your wayto the wall at the bottom of the garden. Absolutely. There's a certain acceptancethat this is the way it will be. NORMAN:Are you telling me it's reversibleé