Home Remedies For Tennis Elbow Treatment

Home remedies for tennis elbow treatment are effective in relieving pain while you recover. Home remedies for tennis elbow tendonitis are a great alternative when you do not respond well to conventional treatment such as painkillers. Here are some home remedies to cure tennis elbow:

1. Belladonna

Belladonna makes a great home remedy for tennis elbow pain because it is an excellent alternative to painkillers. Atropa belladonna or Atropa bella-donna, commonly known as Belladonna or Deadly Nightshade, is a perennial herbaceous plant in the family Solanaceae, native to Europe, North Africa, and Western Asia. Belladonna has been used in herbal medicine for centuries as a pain reliever. Herbal tablets with Belladonna can help speed healing, reduce pain and inflammation.

2. Menthol And Other Herbs

Menthol is an organic compound naturally extracted from peppermint or other mint oils. It has anti-inflammatory properties. Massaging the affected area with a topical cream containing menthol improves circulation and helps increase blood flow to the affected area. Improved blood circulation nourishes the damaged tissues and promotes healing, while waste and toxins are more swiftly eliminated.

Other herbs with similar properties include cayenne, rosemary and spruce needles. These herbs, including mint, can be put in bath or applied in their essential oil form.

3. Phosphorous

Tennis elbow is partly caused by repeated and prolonged extension of the elbow muscles. To help recovery, the muscles in the elbow region need to contract properly again. To do that, you need phosphorous. This mineral can help you get rid of the pain caused by muscle pull.

4. Tumeric

Tumeric contains the active ingreident curcumin. Curcumin is known for its potent anti-inflammatory properties. A past study also found that a turmeric extract composed of curcuminoids (plant-based nutrients that contain powerful antioxidant properties) blocked inflammatory pathways, effectively preventing the launch of a protein that triggers swelling and pain. Therefore, incorporating tumeric in your diet will provide some relief for your tennis elbow pain.

5. Massage

Massage soothes and relaxes the muscles surrounding the affected area. Gently massage the full length of your forearm muscle from your elbow to above your wrist. Avoid the area where you feel the pain.

6. Homeopathy

Taking homeopathy pills Ruta graveolens is another viable home remedy for tennis elbow pain. Derived from the rue plant, ruta is used as a first-aid remedy. It is used to treat strains and sprains, injuries of the cartilage and tendons around the joints as well as injuries to tissues lying over the bone. The recommended dose for severe pain is 6X dose every hour. Once the pain eases to some extent you can reduce the dosage to three or four times a day.

 

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