The center-piece of maintaining the body's general wellness is a healthy diet. From fruits, vegetables, and other foods, we can obtain important nutrients.

Sometimes it is impossible for us to consume every necessary vitamin in the proper dosage. And there are home cures available for this issue. Home cures mostly serve to support a balanced diet.

Some useful home remedies to treat Rheumatism:

  1. LEMON

Lemons are helpful for rheumatism treatment. Every day, the patient should drink the juice of two to three lemons. This will produce fruitful outcomes.


It is believed that bitter gourd can help with rheumatism. For daily treatment of this condition, a cup of vegetable juice mixed with a teaspoon of honey should be consumed. You will see relief in about 3 months if consumed regularly.


Rheumatism has been reported to benefit from the rhubarb herb. This herb's green stems need to be mashed with an equal amount of sugar. Take a teaspoonful three or four times per day. This cure almost never fails.


Another successful treatment for rheumatism is celery. The seeds' fluid extract has greater potency than the vegetable in its raw state. Before meals, take five to ten drops of this liquid in hot water. You can use powdered seeds as a condiment.


Rheumatism is thought to respond quite well to raw potato juice. Before meals, take one or two teaspoons of the juice obtained by pressing mashed raw potatoes. This will lessen rheumatism and aid in clearing up the poisonous situation. Rheumatism can also be effectively treated with potato skin. It is abundant in essential mineral salts, and the water used to boil the peelings is one of the greatest treatments for illnesses brought on by an overabundance of poisonous substances in the body.


Walnuts can help with rheumatism. To get the best results, they should be fully masticated. Eat 5-6 walnuts every day.



The patient should be placed on a brief diet of orange juice for three or four days and a limited diet for 14 days after the juice fast if they have acute rheumatism. With this diet, you could have an orange or grapefruit in the morning, a raw vegetable salad with raisins or dates for lunch, and one or two steamed vegetables for dinner.

After that, the patient may gradually switch to a diet composed of seeds, nuts, grains, vegetables, and fruits that are well-balanced.

The patient may be put on an all-fruit diet for four or five days if they have chronic rheumatism. The patient should consume a lot of buttermilk, fresh vegetables, and ripe fruits. He should abstain from all meat and fish, refined foods like white bread, sugar, and cereal, rich, difficult-to-digest foods with lots of seasoning, alcohol, tea, and coffee, as well as sauces, pickles, and condiments.


During the first three or four days of the juice fast, the bowels should be regularly cleansed with a warm-water enema in the event of acute rheumatism.

Application of heat and hot packs to inflamed areas, hot tub baths, cabinet steam baths, dry friction, and sponge baths are additional effective rheumatism therapy strategies.

Hot Epsom salt baths are also helpful and should be used once a week after the first three months if you have persistent rheumatism. Additionally, hot water with Epsom salts should be used to soak the affected areas twice a day.