Try This Oil It Will Cure Joints and Bone Pain, Rheumatism In 1 Week!
Rheumatism sufferers are familiar with the agonizing joint and bone pain that comes with this health issue. The good news is that the oil made from red hot peppers has the ability to relieve the pain within only one week.
It has been found that this oil is highly beneficial for people suffering from rheumatism, joint pain, radicalistic, and myositis. It is important to mention that this oil comprises oils which are full of heat and can be quite irritating.
However, being a stimulant, it expands the capillaries and increases the circulation of blood in the upper layers of the skin. Consequently, this boosts the metabolism of vitamins and activates the regenerative duration of skin epidermis.
- 1 glass liter jar
- 2 c. cold-infused olive oil
- 10 hot red peppers ( fresh )
- First, wash the peppers thoroughly and slice the in order to release the petiole.
- Put them into a meat grinder to get fine powder (a cup).
- Transfer the powder into a clean liter glass jar.
- Pour the olive oil into the jar.
- Keep the jar in a dark place for a week.
- Strain the mixture through a strainer after a week.
The peppers can be used as food additive and added to food and the oil should be rubbed onto the skin.
Massage the oil onto the affected area of the skin several times daily. Put on warm tights or socks after massaging, in case you have applied the oil onto the feet and legs. You can also put the oil onto other parts of the body, depending on where the pain comes from, such as back, neck, or hands.
You are likely to feel a burning sensation during the first application of the oil. However, the burning will be bearable and you will feel the heat seep into the skin. Eventually, its intensity will be significantly reduced. During the first months, you should use the oil on a daily basis for a week. After couple of months, feel free to decide on your own, depending on the pain levels. For instance, you may want to use it once a week if you have joint pain caused by change in weather.
Note: Make sure you keep the oil in a dark place.