Rheumatism and Purple Corn

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Rheumatism is often an old-age ailment of the joints and is characterized by sever pain in those areas. It is often seen as a relative of arthritis so that when it attacks the patient suffers from extreme joint pains, often involving the knees but not limited to them. It can also involve the ankles, wrists, knuckles, or even entire leg areas, almost disabling the patient.

Rheumatism is caused by inflammation or swelling and the pain usually worsens during cold weather. It is also worsened when there is too much intake of fatty food and obesity. The heavier a person with rheumatism is, the worse the problems become. Hence, an important part of treatment is diet, exercise, and healthy weight loss.

Rheumatism can be alleviated by pain-killing drugs which doctors recommend. Sometimes, when the pain becomes really unbearable and oral drugs seem ineffective, pain killers are injected. But all these remedies are only possible on doctor’s order.

Purple corn supplements can come into the picture as anti-inflammation or anti-swelling helps. It can also help lessen or sometimes even eliminate pain. With regular intake, swelling can be prevented, and when there is no swelling, the source of pain is stopped. Thus, more and more people testify about the effectiveness of purple corn supplements to suppress rheumatism, especially in tandem with prescription medication.

The best part is that purple corn supplements do not incur side effects. You may take it together with medicines safely, but of course with doctor’s consent–though the natural health  supplement does not have harmful effects. Simply put, it’s just like taking your medicines and then eating corn, or vice versa. To prevent pains like what rheumatism or arthritis give, regularly take 50 ml of it (in juice form, for instance) 3 times a day.

If taken only during pain attacks, purple corn supplement anti-inflammation benefits may take some time before working.

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