Arthritis Pain Home Remedy

Arthritis Pain Home Remedy

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Joyce Lowery


This is a good anti-inflammatory for joint or arthritis pain. Don't know if it is the remedy or the spirits that ease the pain.


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How to Make Arthritis Pain Home Remedy


  1. Break up raisins so that they are separated and place in a jar that has an airtight lid.
  2. Cover the raisins with gin. Place airtight lid on them and soak for a week.
  3. When done, drain off gin and store the raisins in the refrigerator. Eat a handful of raisins once or twice as needed to help relieve arthritis or joint pain.

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About Arthritis Pain Home Remedy

Course/Dish: Other Non-Edibles
Main Ingredient: Alcohol
Regional Style: Southern

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