Joint pain causes discomfort and pain. It can occur with or without muscle movement, and can even be severe enough to limit movement.
People have also described joint pain as discomfort, inflammation, a burning sensation or stiffness.
This drink has been used as a natural therapy to help with different types of pain.
Today we’re going to show you how to make this drink and benefit from its amazing powers.
It’ll help with your arthritis symptoms, get rid of your knee and joint pain, and even help with your fibromyalgia!
The drink we’ve been talking about calls for a herb called canela-de-velho (which literally translated is Cinnamon-of-old), which is very common in the Brazilian northeast.
Its scientific name is Miconia Albicans and it has been studied extensively due to medicinal and healing properties, due to its high analgesic, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial power.
Because of its compounds, it can help a lot with tendinitis, bursitis, torticollis, herniated discs, general inflammation and more…
Do you have any of these problems?
In order to treat these health problems just drink some canela-de-velho tea.
Here’s what you’ll need:
1 liter of water;
15 Canela-de-velho leaves.
And here’s what you do:
Put the water on to boil.
Once it begins to boil, add the leaves let it boil for another 30 seconds.
Turn off the heat, cover the pan and let it steep.
After that, drink two cups a day, one before lunch and another before dinner.
What leftover tea you don’t drink you can rub on the affected area.
Every person will react differently to this treatment.
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