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Joint Pain

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How was your joint pain treated and how effective was that treatment? Submit Your Comment

Comment from: Kylie, 45-54 Female (Patient) Published: May 03

I had an ankle joint pain which was primarily caused by a twist while snowboarding. My friend introduced me to a supplement called proteoglycan to relieve the pain. I took 5 so far, and I feel better now.

Comment from: TerrenceWelsch, 25-34 Male (Patient) Published: February 13

I hurt my knee the first time when I was on swim team in middle school. I was doing an improper breast stroke kick throughout a vigorous set of practices before our regionals and ended up hurting my knee to the point I couldn't swim with it. Ever since my knee has ached in the rain and the cold or after some hours standing on it. I've taken acetaminophen to help when it's really bad, but the best thing I've ever used is CBD oil.

Comment from: Khalid Haneef, 25-34 Male (Patient) Published: September 19

This recurrent joint pain is often affected by temperature changes such as exposure to cold. I use essential oils blend for treatment; lavender, camphor, wintergreen, eucalyptus, peppermint. Combine a few drops of essential oil with a carrier oil and massage into the skin. Add 10 drops of essential oil to the bath and soak for fifteen minutes. Do not massage directly over inflamed joints or swollen areas.

Comment from: shanky, 55-64 Male (Patient) Published: July 24

I went to the primary care physician for joint pain and muscle pain. He was reluctant to give me NSAID. He contacted the hospital rheumatologist and communicated my symptoms. They found no follow up.

Comment from: P Dutt, 45-54 Female (Patient) Published: December 30

I have tried lots of homeopathic medicines and nothing worked for me. At last I used a product named Arogyam pure herbs kit for joint pains. It really worked for me.

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