Beware People : Avoid These 6 Rheumatoid Arthritis Supplements:
The idea of taking a Rheumatoid Arthritis supplement has its appeal. Some supplements may help relieve joint pain and even allow you to take lower doses of prescription medications, according to rheumatologist Nathan Wei, MD, director of the Arthritis Treatment Center in Frederick, Maryland. But there are Rheumatoid Arthritis supplements that can do more harm than good.Avoid These 6 Rheumatoid Arthritis Supplements
Aconite. Aconite, which belongs to the buttercup family of flowers, is a plant that, though highly poisonous, has been used in homeopathy and Chinese medicine. It’s touted as able to improve circulation and, in turn, reduce inflammation; but it’s dangerous, especially when ingested as a tea. It can cause nausea, vomiting, and a potentially fatal, irregular heartbeat, according to a report in the Journal of Cardiology Cases in January 2013.