Arthritis Medications

The most common medication used to treat arthritis, are Anti-Inflammatory, Steroids & Non-Steroid Anti-Inflammatory, along with the more aggressive treatments programs. The problem with prescribed and over the counter drugs used to treat arthritis is at best they only mask the disease, with a temporary relief of the symptoms.

Arthritis is prevalent for a reason and has a cause, while the root cause in any specific case of arthritis is basically impossible to pinpoint, I think it unwise to tackle only the symptoms of the disease.

Treating the symptoms with drugs such as Aspirin, Ibuprofen and more aggressive drugs will over time release toxins and chemicals into the bloodstream, which may in fact be worsening the condition along with causing numerous other medical problems.


pills arthritisNSAIDs provides only symptomatic relief and have been shown to suppress bone repair and have toxic effects on cartilage metabolism, so as with most of the drugs prescribed to treat your arthritis pain, the drug will actually damage the effected cartilage further and ultimately destroy the joint. Other side effects are known to be, Kidney failure, Liver dysfunction, Bleeding, and Gastric ulceration.


Cortisone also provides only temporary and in some cases spectacular symptomatic pain relief, however to achieve the same effects of earlier relief we must take increasing quantities. Over time and increased use of the drug the body will stop producing its natural form of cortisone (Hydrocortisone); therefore without ongoing cortisone prescriptions we will be in serious trouble.

Cortisone has many other undesirable side effects, such as an impaired ability for the body to kill foreign bodies in the blood, leaving the body defenceless and open too infection

Arthritis Medication – More Aggressive Drugs

Which may include azathioprine, methotrexate, cyclophosphamide, penicillamine and hydroxychloroquine that may be administered together with NSAIDs and corticosteroids?

A recent study evaluated over 100 arthritic patients who were on such aggressive drug therapy over a 20-year period. The results proved alarming as over one third had died and Just 18% were able to carry on their normal lives.

Drug companies have little interest in curing arthritis; they make far more money for their stockholders by maintaining the dependency on their symptomatic drug treatments.

Your arthritis is worse today, you now need more of the symptomatic drug just to attain the relief you experienced yesterday, and you will need more tomorrow to get the relief you feel today.

It’s an ever increasing flow of profits for the drug companies, the worse your condition gets the more medication you need. Why on earth would they want to cure you?