Arthritis and Drugs


"A healthy body is the guest-chamber of the soul; a sick, its prison."
Francis Bacon

One of the primary problems with Rheumatoid Arthritis is controlling pain. Effective pain relief is obviously very important, and if this is not achieved, you can go into a depressive cycle that can worsen your immune system function and cause the Rheumatoid Arthritis to flare up.

But the conventional treatment typically includes using very dangerous drugs like prednisone, methotrexate, and drugs that interfere with tumor necrosis factor, like Enbrel.

According to Dr. Mercola the drugs used for Rheumatoid Arthritis are some of the most dangerous drugs used in medicine. High doses of prednisone are common, as well as immunosuppressant and anti-cancer agents to treat the severe pain and swelling.

Ultimately, the goal is to implement the lifestyle changes discussed later in this program as quickly as possible, so you can start to reduce these toxic and dangerous drugs, which do absolutely nothing to treat the cause of the disease.

The idea is to be as comfortable and pain free as possible with the least amount of drugs. However, effective pain relief is important, so first try natural anti-inflammatory alternatives.

In this program you’ll learn about:

  • Drugs that are used for Arthritis and their side effects

  • Natural anti-inflammatory alternatives

  • Are Cortisone Injections Safe?