If you ever had inflamed tendons on any part of your body, you know it can be very painful and unpleasant. You also probably know that it can be hard to treat and heal, so without any delay I present to you very successful and fast remedy for this problem.
Symptoms of Inflamed Tendons
If you didn’t know, tendons are fibrous connective tissues which connect muscles to the bones. So, when you make a move, muscles contract first and then tendons act and move the bone. Yes, they are really elastic and made to last and provide mechanical durability, but after some time it can happen that a lot of physical stress causes inflammation of tendons. That process is called tendinitis.
This inflammation can happen anywhere in the body where the tendons are connecting muscles and bones, but since physical stress can be uneven on different parts of the body, tendinitis is most common in the shoulders, knees and heels.
This process happens in three phases, acute inflammation, subacute phase and chronic inflammation. First phase is the most painful one and it can last up to seven days. In the second phase you body will try to regenerate damaged fiber, while in third phase you will feel weaker pain and the calcium deposits will form in the joints and lead to calcification.
Natural Remedy for Tendinitis
Tropical fruit salads and spicing the food with turmeric will help in the healing process, but there are also a few other tips if you already have inflamed tendons:
You will need a several drops of some oils. Put the oils of cloves, rosemary, camphor, lavender and eucalyptus in really cold water. Take a soft cotton towel and soak it in the water with oils, drain it and put it around the painful area. You should let the coating act while it’s cold. After that, mix 10 drops of peppermint oil with 10 drops of almond essential oil and rub it on inflamed place. It will help a lot and you will feel relieved.
If you have a job which requires repetitive movements or doesn’t require moving at all, like working on a computer, you are prone to get tendinitis. You can do some other things to reduce the risk of getting it.
This tropical fruit is full of bromelain, well known for its anti-inflammatory properties. Besides that, pineapple will help you reduce swelling and pain, so make room for daily intake of fresh pineapple.
Spice Your Food with Turmeric
Turmeric prevents inflammation and reduces degenerative processes that may happen within cells and tendons.
Introduce Garlic to Your Diet
Maybe the best thing to do is to eat garlic, since it will boost the macrophage cells of the immune system that remove damaged tissue and prevents the inflammatory process right at the start.