A SIMPLE SOLUTION TO EASE STIFF JOINTS.

Last year I developed a problem bending my left knee whilst standing…I could feel and hear it grinding! A scan showed that I had worn away cartilage from the top of my shin bone.

I was most unhappy because it interfered with my dancing and my Yoga but I discovered a simple, inexpensive way to ease the problem!

Beef gelatine from the supermarket!

I use it in two ways.

  1. Make a drink.  
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  • Dissolve a third of a sachet in about 3 inches of water (just off the boil) and drink it. (it tastes neither nasty nor nice!) then I use the same mug for my hot drink to ensure I also get the gelatine which has been left coating the sides.
  • I do this 2 or 3 times a day.
  1. Make a jelly.
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  • Steep 4 Clipper Green Tea bags in half a pint of near-boiling water. Steep them well.
  • Reheat the tea and dissolve 2 sachets of gelatine.
  • Squeeze 2 oranges and make up to half a pint with cold water.
  • Add this and the orange pulp when the tea has cooled.

I add some jelly to my fresh fruit and natural yoghurt breakfast and I can also eat it when I don’t have time to make the drink.

Some cartilage has regrown because I can bend quite a way before it starts to “catch”. There is no pain and I can do most of my Yoga postures again.

This gelatine contains Sulphite – which is quite useful because from sulphite, which is toxic, we make sulphate, which is invaluable. Sulphate is anti-inflammatory and anti-depressant. It is needed for making stomach acid and digestive enzymes, so that we can break down the food we eat into useful components.

Muscle Rub from Modere is also excellent at relieving pain in inflamed, swollen joints — wash hands after applying and keep away from eyes!

https://www.modere.eu/productdetail/muscle-rub

 

 

 

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