Remember how you used to climb trees, play hopscotch and other outdoor games when you were just a child. We humans, have been designed to move.  But as we age, we show signs of joint pain and lose flexibility the way we used to have as a child. The reason being that the connecting tissue and cartilage, the cushioning between the joints, can thin down over time.

With age, we tend to lose muscle mass. So instead of muscles absorbing the impact of our activities, it’s the joints that bear the brunt, leading to joint damage. The best way to protect ones’ joints and to prevent inflammation and pain at later stage is by taking these preventive measures.

Some easy ways to support your joints and bones


Physical exercise is the best way to keep your joints and muscles lubricated. Inactivity makes the joints to ache and even the basic movements become difficult. Stretching tight muscles and regular strengthening exercises are a great way to improve joint pain.

Maintain a healthy weight

The lesser we weigh, the lesser we will put pressure on your joints. Maintaining a healthy weight is important to supporting our joints too.

Healthy diet

Eat a right diet

Include anti-inflammatory food in your diet like Turmeric. Adding turmeric to our daily food like curries and salads is also a great way to support joints. Including food rich in calcium and getting adequate Vitamin D from the sun will also strengthen and help your bones.

Drink lots of water

If you are not hydrated enough, your joints will pull water from the cartilage as well as other areas to hydrate itself. Drinking plenty of water and other fluids like juices and soups will keep your joints replenished and healthy.

Choose forest- based anti-inflammatory herbs

There are some natural forest-based herbs that can work wonders to strengthen and support joint health. For instance, Forest Raga’s Joint Fit is an excellent formulation designed to relieve pain and discomfort in joints and muscles that occur due to inflammation. It comprises of 4 ancient herbs; Motha, Ashwagandha, Guduchi Stem and Vana Tulsi. While all these herbs have their own distinct qualities, they help to prevent inflammation, increase endurance and strengthen the joint structure as well.  Learn more about its amazing benefits.

Turmeric as you know is one of the most effective herbs for its anti-inflammatory properties.  Using Forest Raga’s Turmeric+ will nourish and soothe the tissues and promote comfortable movement. Know more

Following these simple measures everyday will ensure that you continue to move about effortlessly in your daily life, just the way it is meant to be.

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