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Sesame Seeds For Arthritis

Sesame seeds are probably the most unlikely helpers in fighting the painful symptoms of arthritis, but they are actually very effective. Sesame seeds have actually been used for hundreds of years to help ease the pain in the joints that are formed from arthritis. What you will need to do is to take about a teaspoon of black sesame seeds and place them in a glass. Boil one cup of water and pour it over the black sesame seeds. Let the seeds soak overnight (at least eight hours). Drink the water, along with the seeds to get the full effects of the remedy. You can also eat the seeds first and then drink another type of juice. Orange juice is often preferred. If you triple the ingredients, you can make enough of the remedy to last you throughout the day. Just be sure that you take the seeds and juice on an empty stomach.

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