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Rheumatoid arthritis, taking folic acid, shelcal, livogen, glyciphage. How long the medicine should be taken?

hello sir, my mum is suffering from rheumatid arithrities last 3-4 yrs....dr advised defza-6mg, folic acid ,shelcal,pageru,livogen,saaz-500mg,zerodol, any side effects to take those medication long will she take these medicines..whether it is completely cured by taking these medicines..plz rly me sir
Asked On : Sun, 27 May 2012
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welcome to health care magic
As your medication is going so we will not comment.yes calcium supplement is good .
I am going to prescribe u the best home remedy for rheumatoid arthritis.
1. take 1 tablespoon METHI(fenugreek) powder with lukewarm water.please take it empty stomach.
2. 250ml of milk+250ml of water+3 pieces of garlic+1 tablespoon soonth( dry ginger powder)+ harad powder+ 1 tablespoon dalchini powder.boil it when water get evaporated .drink it for 45 days regularly.
3. restrict your diet for first three days drink only boiled moong dal soup.then after that for 7 days eat only moong dal only.and upto 15 days only moong dal + roti.
5. mahanaryana tail for massage.
avoid heavy diet. drink plenty of water.donot take lemon.
As we are not allowed to prescribe any medication please mail me at for ayurveda medicines
Answered: Fri, 8 Jun 2012
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