Muscle, Joints & Bones


You have six different types of joints in your body. They are classified according to the type of movement they allow: condyloid, gliding, hinge, pivot, saddle and ball and socket joints. Aching muscles, joints and bones can be treated by using a combination of one of Natura’s oral homoeopathic medicines and massaging one of Natura’s ointments to the affected area.



Did you know?

Did you know that you now have 96 bones less in your body than when you were born? One person in 20 has an extra rib, and they are most often men.

Remedy Focus

As a homoeopathic remedy, Ruta graveolens is used to treat the sensation of being bruised, lame and sore, which feels better for movement. The common name for Ruta graveolens is Herb of grace.

How many bones are there in the human body?
What is the largest bone in the human body?
The Femur
What’s the difference between a tendon and ligament?
Ligaments connect bone to bone. They are tough regularly arranged connective tissue that is slightly elastic. Tendons connect muscle to bone. They are non-elastic, but flexible connective tissue which allows the muscle to pull on the bone to create a movement.
Which are the smallest bones in the human body?
3 bones in the ear (stapes, incus, malleus)
Why is it necessary to stretch before exercise?
Stretching should be done before and after exercises. When you stretch before exercising, you need to warm up the muscles first, follow this with stretching, and then proceed with your exercise routine. When you exercise, your muscles contract and relax, contract and relax. The repeated contraction can lead to shortening up of the muscles. Stretching helps prevent this. Many injuries are caused by poor flexibility.


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