In this video, we will teach you how to make a rosemary and bay leaf balm to treat joint pain and arthritis at home.
Joints form connections between bones so that our body parts can move. They're made of connective tissue and cartilage, and when they become injured or inflamed… ouch!
If you've mild to moderate knee pain, you can often treat it at home. Whether it's a sprain or osteoarthritis, there are several ways to treat it.
Pain that's due to inflammation, arthritis or a minor injury can often be fixed without medical attention. Home remedies can improve your well-being and help you manage symptoms.
However, if the pain is moderate to severe or the symptoms persist or worsen, you should see a doctor for a full diagnosis.
Any type of arthritis can cause pain and lead to permanent damage to joints.
In this video, we'll introduce you to one of the most effective home remedies to slow down the progression of the disease and treat the symptoms of arthritis and joint pain.
0:05 What Causes Joint Pain
0:57 Home Remedies to Treat Joint Pain at Home
1:43 Rosemary and Bay Leaf Balm Recipe
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