This Homemade Recipe Will Heal Painful Joints After The First Use

If you are over 40, you will experience side effects of getting old, including joints pain, especially in the knees, shoulders and elbows. In young people, this pain can occur due to arthritis, rheumatism, fractures, overload, or trauma. There are numerous pills and ointments which promise to reduce the pain, but no matter how long you use them, the pain is back.

Fortunately, the Russian folk medicine offers a natural recipe which will help you remove the pain after its first use.

It’s prepared from simple ingredients, which we all have in our kitchens.
The recipe is really effective and helps after the first application.

Domestic fat against painful joints – recipe

Ingredients:

  • 1 Tablespoon of honey
  • 1 Tablespoon of mustard (spicy)
  • 1 Tablespoon of fine salt
  • 1 Tablespoon of water

Preparation:

Thoroughly mix until it becomes a homogeneous mixture.
Place in an empty box of hand cream or in any other packaging.
This will be your life saving fat.

Application:

Spray the grease on the painful place, put a plastic bag and tie a warm scarf, made out of wool if possible. Hold for 1.5-2 hours.
The procedure is best done before going to sleep, so your joints can rest after the treatment.
Wash in the morning.
You don’t have to do only one treatment, repeat it 4-5 days in succession.
You will feel effect after the first usage.
After that repeat when needed.
The fat will be usable for a few days.
Keep it in the refrigerator.

How does it work?

You will not believe all the things that can be treated with mustard… This tasty spice is made from herbs mustard or heartburn.
In addition to being used in medicine against painful joints, you can use it for other purposes.
When you get burned, apply a thicker layer and the pain will disappear.
If you get a headache, apply it on the forehead and the temples.
When you catch a cold and have ascratchy throat, swallow a teaspoon of mustard.

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