How my wife got out of RA

My wife had Rheumatoid Arthritis. She was getting backpain once a year during winter and after taking tablets for 1-2 months, it used to go away. But last year it was worse. She had constant body pain though she was under medication. When doctor changed tablet, she used to feel better for 1-2 days and pain was back. Doctor then tried steroid tablets. My wife started accumulating fat, but it didn’t help at all. We tried Arvada. It increased her gastric and she started getting nausea. We were terrified without knowing what to do. Then I found a book on naturopathy from Jindal hospital. I thought I would give a try. It really helped her. For a year, she didn’t have any symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis. This is what we did that helped us. I hope it might help someone having trouble with Rheumatoid Arthritis.

a) Daily drink fruit juice without adding sugar or sth extra. I use to make pomegranate, apple, orange, pineapple, watermelon, muskmelon etc. I used slowjuicer to get juice out of fruits. Drink it twice morning and evening.

b) Take 2 thick cotton towels (turkey towel). Dip one in hot water 40-50 degree celsius. Dip another in cold water. Squeeze it to dry. Now you have hot towel. Put that on your back. Let it stay for 2 min. Now take the cold towel. Squeeze it to dry. Put that on your back. Leave it for 30 sec. Repeat it 4 times before your bed. End this by applying another hot towel for 1 min.

c) Then take some massage oil and massage back for 3-4min.

Try it for 3 weeks. I bet you will see improvements. English medicines will have side effects. This is all natural and you will naturally. I think fresh fruit juices will have lot of antioxidants and help your body to heal. Hot/cold packs will help you to recover too. I didn’t try which one of this actually helped her. I know its one of it OR could be both. I didn’t want to experiment. But it really helps. Try it. Good luck.

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