Natural Remedies To Treat Swollen Knees

Knee pain can occur due to arthritis, injury, or weak structure of the bone. By the time it is hard for you to stand or walk, numbness may appear, as well as redness and stiffness.

The most common reason, however, is knee effusion. This is actually a buildup of fluid in the knee joint, while swelling is caused by the fluid that is released by the affected tissues.


Try These Natural Remedies:

  • Egg yolk and table salt – make a mixture of 1 tbsp. of salt and a fresh egg yolk and apply it on the affected rea. After this, cover it with cling paper and apply some elastic bandage. Change the paste in 2 hours and use at least 5 applications a day. There is oil in the egg which passes through the skin, carrying metals to the affected area. Magnesium that is contained in table salt decreases the fluid in tissues and in that way decreases swelling, relaxing the muscles.
  • The elevation, compression, rest, and ice remedy – injury can cause a twisted knee, sprain, or strain and if you want to relieve the pain you have to rest your knees. You can also apply ice on the knees by using cold frozen compress or products like vegetables. The cold decreases swelling and pain by constricting blood vessels to decrease blood flow to the affected area. The third way is to apply compression bandages in order to reduce swelling, but don’t make it too tight.
  • Apple cider vinegar – it provides alkalizing effects that eliminate some toxins and waste which build up in the knees. Make a mixture of 1 glass of water and 2 tbsp. of ACV and consume it until the pain goes away. You may also apply 2 tbsp. of ACV in a bat and soak the knee for 10 minutes. Finally, combine some olive oil and ACV and gently massage the affected area 2 times a day.
  • Mustard oil – massage the affected spot with this oil to improve circulation, reduce swelling, and ease pain.

In case the pain continues you have to visit your doctor and seek for professional care.


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