Fight Joint Pain Combining Two Natural Anti-Inflammatories

· January 31, 2017
Horse chestnut and rosemary have anti-inflammatory properties that we can take advantage of that help with joint pain and muscle issues.

Joint pain has become one of the most common health problems among the general population.

The majority of cases develop from age-related factors, although they can also affect young people due to physical overworking, trauma or stress.

The symptom tends to go away on its own, depending on its cause, although occasionally it turns into a recurring, unsolvable condition.

Even though rest and the practice of relaxation techniques can minimize the pain, most times it is necessary to resort to anti-inflammatory medicines and analgesics (or painkillers).

The problem is that their excessive consumption is discouraged, since their chemicals can alter the microbial flora and interfere with the functioning of the immune system.

Fortunately, there are some natural ingredients that have similar effects without provoking undesired reactions.

Many of them can be utilized through direct consumption, while others turn out more beneficial through topical application.

The latter is the case for two plants with anti-inflammatory qualities, whose combination offers us a good treatment to combat these types of problems.

In the following space, we’re going to tell you which plants we’re talking about, what their properties are, and what medicinal uses they can provide.

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Natural treatment using rosemary and horse chestnut for joint pain

This natural remedy for reducing joint pain is prepared using a combination of plants with calming and anti-inflammatory properties: horse chestnut and rosemary.

The extract from the two plants brings together active substances that stimulate circulation, reduce tension, and control inflammation.

These are absorbed with ease through the skin in a way that minimizes liquid retention in the tissues and improves blood flow for fast pain relief.

For its composition and medicinal qualities, this treatment is for:

  • Muscular aches
  • Joint inflammation or swelling
  • Tired legs
  • Varicose veins and spider veins
  • Poor circulation
  • Sprains and tears
  • Arthritis

Benefits of rosemary


Rosemary is a medicinal plant that has astringent, anti-coagulant, and anti-inflammatory properties.

Its medicinal assets lessen problems with circulation—from phlebitis to thrombosis, and even varicose veins.

They provide us with diuretic substances that combat liquid retention in order to calibrate the inflammatory processes in an organism.

Its extracts act as a natural balm that relieves pain associated with stress, tension, and joint diseases.

Benefits of horse chestnut


Horse chestnut has been made popular all over the world for its ability to fight pains that affect the joints, muscles, and bones.

It tallies a high concentration of aesculin and aescin, two assets that tone up the blood capillaries in order to avoid the formation of thrombi, edema, and other circulatory disorders.

These substances also confer an interesting anti-inflammatory action, ideal for restoring veins to proper health and controlling pain.

Furthermore, the application of its extracts encourages the elimination of excess liquids and toxins, thereby improving disorders derived from inflammation.

It’s usually used to relax the legs after physical activity, but it also has positive effects on pain in the feet, hands, or back, among other parts.

How to prepare this natural remedy with rosemary and horse chestnut


To obtain the maximum joint pain relief from the properties of rosemary and horse chestnut, we should combine both plants with 96-proof alcohol.

This allows us to concentrate its principle assets in order to obtain great results from its initial application.


  • A fifth of alcohol (96-proof)
  • 5 tablespoons of fresh rosemary
  • 5 tablespoons of fresh horse chestnut
  • 1 dark glass jar


  • Drop the herbs into the glass jar, pour in the alcohol, and seal it closed.
  • Place the product in a cool and dark place so that it can marinate for two or three weeks.
  • Use a wood or silicone utensil to remove the prepared product a little bit at a time.
  • After the advised time, strain the plants with a colander and store the liquid.

Mode of application

  • Take the quantity you consider necessary and rub it over the affected joints.
  • Spread it with a light massage, avoiding strong pressure.
  • Use it before going to bed to achieve the best results.

Any leftover product can be conserved for up to a year, as long as it’s kept at room temperature, away from sunlight or any strong heat sources.

You can apply it whenever you deem it necessary, up to two or three times a day.