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Arthritis can be defined as inflammation of one or more joints; the types of arthritis range from those related to wear and tear of cartilage (such as osteoarthritis) to those associated with inflammation resulting from an overactive immune system (such as rheumatoid arthritis).



Symptoms vary greatly in intensity and include pain and limited function of joints.  Essential oils may not only relieve pain but also improve your mood and overall health at the same time.

The symptoms of arthritis you experience will vary depending on the type you have. Common symptoms include:

  • joint pain
  • tenderness and stiffness
  • inflammation in and around the joints
  • restricted movement of the joints
  • warm, red skin over the affected joint
  • weakness and muscle wasting


The two most common types of arthritis are:
-Rheumatoid arthritis


Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis.
It most often develops in adults who are in their late 40s or older. It’s also more common in women and people with a family history of the condition. However, it can occur at any age as a result of an injury or be associated with other joint-related conditions, such as gout or rheumatoid arthritis.

Osteoarthritis initially affects the smooth cartilage lining of the joint. This makes movement more difficult than usual, leading to pain and stiffness.

Once the cartilage lining starts to roughen and thin out, the tendons and ligaments have to work harder. This can cause swelling and the formation of bony spurs, called osteophytes.
Severe loss of cartilage can lead to bone rubbing on bone, altering the shape of the joint and forcing the bones out of their normal position.

The most commonly affected joints are those in the:

Rheumatoid arthritis

It often starts when a person is between 40 and 50 years old. Women are three times more likely to be affected than men.
Rheumatoid and osteoarthritis are two different conditions. Rheumatoid arthritis occurs when the body’s immune system targets affected joints, which leads to pain and swelling.
The outer covering (synovium) of the joint is the first place affected. This can then spread across the joint, leading to further swelling and a change in the joint’s shape. This may cause the bone and cartilage to break down.

People with rheumatoid arthritis can also develop problems with other tissues and organs in their bodies.

Other types of arthritis and related conditions
Ankylosing spondylitis
– a long-term inflammatory condition that mainly affects the bones, muscles and ligaments of the spine, leading to stiffness and joints fusing. Other problems can include the swelling of tendons, eyes and large joints.
Cervical spondylosis – also known as degenerative osteoarthritis, cervical spondylitis affects the joints and bones in the neck, which can lead to pain and stiffness.
Fibromyalgia – causes pain in the body’s muscles, ligaments and tendons.

Lupus is an autoimmune condition that can affect many different organs and the body’s tissues.

Gout – a type of arthritis caused by too much uric acid in the body. This can be left in joints (usually affecting the big toe) but can develop in any joint. It causes intense pain, redness, and swelling.

Psoriatic arthritis – an inflammatory joint condition that can affect people with psoriasis.

Enteropathic arthritis – a form of chronic, inflammatory arthritis associated with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), the two best-known types being ulcerative colitis and Chrohn’s disease. About one in five people with Crohn’s or ulcerative colitis will develop enteropathic arthritis. The most common areas affected by inflammation are the peripheral (limb) joints and the spine.

Reactive arthritis can cause inflammation of the joints, eyes and urethra (the tube that urine passes through). It develops shortly after an infection of the bowel, genital tract, or, less frequently, after a throat infection.

Secondary arthritis – a type of arthritis that can develop after a joint injury and sometimes occurs many years afterwards.
Polymyalgia rheumatica – a condition that almost always affects people over 50 years of age, where the immune system causes muscle pain and stiffness, usually across the shoulders and tops of the legs. It can also cause joint inflammation.


Drink 1 capsule Joint Support Blend (Arthritis), once a day.

Apply a few drops Joint Support Blend (Arthritis) topically over the arthritic area.

Drink 1 capsule DNA Protector Blend, once a day.

Topically apply the Cell Rejuvenation Blend over the spine.

Apply 15 drops of the Bone Restore Blend, once a day, on the affected area.
To support joints, bone and cartilage health, take 2 Diatoms a day, 1 in the morning and 1 in the evening.

If you have to drink more than one capsule a day, spread them over the course of the day, never more than two capsules at a time. Spreading the capsules throughout the day assists the body with proper absorption. Always good to have a very small snack/fruit before drinking capsules.

Suggested Supplements

Fish Oil


Wintergreen, Peppermint, Frankincense, Tumeric and Ginger pure essential oils are beneficial.

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