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Rheumatic Joint Pain


Papaya

Papaya is a perennial tree-like plant which grow up to 4 meters. Its produce is green which turns yellow-orange when ripened. Originating from Central America, the papayas leaves, fruits, seeds, and latex are used for medicinal purposes.
Benefits
- Reduces knee and other joint pain
- Helps treat sprains
- Alleviates back pain
- Alleviates muscle pain, muscle weakness
- Reduces pain and swelling
Harvest
Grows in tropical climates, Papaya fruits are ready for harvest once they have reached the “the colour break” stage, when about a quarter of their outer surface is covered in yellow.
Pour warm water over the areas of skin that are white and great. Squeeze, and dry out.

Safflower

Originating in the Middle East, the safflower is a highly branched, herbaceous, thistle-like annual plant.
Plants are 40-130 centimeters tall. It has a short life-expectancy, high drought tolerance and grows well in areas with elevations below 1,000 meters. The optimum temperature for Safflower to blossom is 24-32 degrees Celsius.
Benefits
- Improves blood circulation
- Dilates blood vessels
- Reduces pain, swelling, and bruising
- Aids with symptoms of arthritis
Harvest
Safflowers have a cultivation period 80-120 days before harvest.
Safflowers can be picked once its colour changes from yellow to red. Dry out in a shaded area.ม

Notopterygium Root

Notopterygim Root is a perennial herb native to China. Its roots and rhizome have long been used for their medicinal properties.
It is commonly found a long river banks at approximately 1500-4500 meters above sea level. It is an ideal herb for spinal diseases and pain in the upper body and the back of the head.
Benefits
- Alleviates pain
- Removes excess gas
- Removes excess humidity
Harvest
This herb typically blooms in July and is harvested between August and September. Remove the roots and soil, leave to dry.

Common Clubmoss

The decoction of this plant is known to be analgesic and anti-rheumatic.
Benefits
- Relaxes nerves and tendons
- Reduces arthritis joint pain
Harvest
Commonly found in moorland, fields, pastures, it is rare in lowland areas.
It is normally harvested in spring or summer. Simply clean and dry.

Mulberry

Mulberry is a small deciduous arbor tree native to southern China and the Himalayan mountain range. It is cold in nature, sweet and bitter in flavour, and grows to be approximately 2.5 meters tall.
In modern traditional medicine, the mulberry leaf is known to have anti-inflammatory properties, and helps to reduce blood pressure and blood sugar levels.
Benefits
- Helps to relieve numbness in joints and limbs
- Aids with rheumatic pain
- Anti-inflammatory
- Improves blood circulation
- Reduces swelling in legs (thrombosis)
- Alleviates wrist and ankle sprains
- Helps prevents cramps and pins and needles
Harvest
Mulberry is harvested around January and December.
Remove the leaves, slice into sheets while fresh and then leave to dry.

Chinese Mugwort

Artemisia Argyi, commonly known as silvery wormwood or Chinese mugwort, is a herbaceous perennial plant with a creeping rhizome.
It is native to China, Korea, Mongolia, Japan, and Siberia.
Benefits
- Warms the meridian
- Removes wind
- Reduces pain symptoms (chill to the bone pain)
Harvest
Chinese Mugwort is commonly harvested in summer.
Clean thoroughly before removing the flowers, then leave to dry.

Borneolum

Borneal is from the Dipterocarpaceae family and is an upright plant which grows to be approximately 70 meters.
Once the resin is sublimated it turns into a clear crystal.
Benefits
- Reduces pain and inflammation
- Reduces bruising
- Reduces swelling
Harvest
Harvested when the resin dries, steam after cooling to crystalize

Root of Doubleteeth Pubescent Angelica

This is a bush-like plant which grows at elevations approximately 1200-2000 meters above sea level.
Benefits
- Anti-inflammatory
- Reduces joint pain
- Relieves rheumatic pain or pain experienced in cold lower limbs
Harvest
This herb is normally harvested in spring after germination.
Remove the roots and clean off sludge. Bake half, leave to sit for 2-3 days, and then dry out the rest.

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