1. Aloe Vera
You probably have aloe vera somewhere in your closets and look whenever you or someone you love get sunburned. It is also popular for treating minor abrasions. But aloe can do much more! It contains over 75 potentially active components, including aloin and emodin, that act as pain relievers for pain relief. Aloe also contains several powerful anti-inflammatory compounds.
There are several ways you can use aloe to relieve joint pain. The first is the topical standard application that is massaged into painful areas. Look for aloe gel that has been certified by the International Aloe Science Council. Some generic brands contain little real aloe or have damaged the active ingredients through processing.
Second, you can find and take an oral aloe supplement. A capsule is quick and easy to take, but you can also buy pure aloe vera juice, which has a mild taste and blends well with smoothies or shakes. Keep in mind that people who are taking diabetes medication, laxatives, or diuretics should talk to their doctors before taking it