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Re: O/T Arthritis, what homeopathic remedy do you use?

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I can sympathize with you, my knees hurt with every step I take, but I haven't asked the doc for anything yet, I take more than I care to now. I just take couple aspirin or some other pain killer now and then. I tried one "remedy" which was cover some white raisins with gin and let soak until the gin was gone then eat a spoonful or two every day. Didn't help my arthritis that I could tell, but it sure made the raisins taste good! Only other thing I do is a couple shots of Bourbon about supper time.

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 Re: O/T Arthritis, what homeopathic remedy do you use? in reply to ShadetreeRet, 05-02-2013 08:56:12  
The Gin absolutely has to be JUNIPER BERRY Gin. Supposed to be Sultana grapes. I find Golden Raisins work as well.

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05-02-2013 23:30:15

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 Re: O/T Arthritis, what homeopathic remedy do you use? in reply to wolfman, 05-02-2013 19:09:16  
I agree on the gin and raisians, have been using it for over a year with good results, after the first month.I really like raisians, I use the golden kind. The gin flavor is said to be juniper berries, and juniper is said to be high in antioxidents, the raisians, also are said to be high in antioxcidents. I never did like gin, and it resembles gum out carb cleaner to me. I grit my teeth and take a big tablespoon of the stuff every day, only because it works!

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