Old Secret Relieves Pain and Builds Stronger Joints

by William Thomas March 16, 2015

Big Pharma doesn't want you to know about this secret way to relieve pain and build stronger joints.

The blockbuster arthritis drug Humira rakes in billions of dollars while destroying patients' immune systems. Advil and Aleve are massive over the counter money makers that cause liver damage.

It's big business to keep treating the symptoms and not fixing the cause.

But there are healthier alternatives, leave it to the French.

During the mid-eighteenth century, innkeepers in France started serving weary travelers rich bowls of bone broth that they called 'resoratifs'. The inns became known as restaurants - or places to restore one's health.

Travelers felt restored and found they could keep going all day after enjoying this simple hearty treat.

Bone broth isn't just a soup stock or a bouillon drink, instead it's an almost magical elixir with a wide range of health benefits.

If you have painful joints or inflammation, try making some bone broth and having one cup every day for 2 weeks. You'll be amazed at how good you feel!

This is my favorite recipe for bone broth right now. I make a big batch and heat individual servings in a coffee mug in the microwave for quick and comforting afternoon treat.

  • 2-3 pounds of beef bones (grass fed knuckle bones are the best, but any will work)
  • 3 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon of grey sea salt
  • 1 tablespoon of fresh cracked black pepper
  • any other herbs you like for seasoning, I use rosemary to taste
  • 3 quarts water
  • Optional -
  • 1 pound rough cut celery, onion, & carrots 
The recipe couldn't be easier. Add everything to a big crock pot and set on low for 48 hours, adding water as needed to keep the bones covered. The ultra long cook time combined with the salt and vinegar helps pull all the valuable marrow, collagen, and minerals from the bones. After 48 hours strain the broth into a bowl and put in the refrigerator overnight.


In the morning you'll have a white waxy cap on the broth, save this! It's beef tallow and is excellent for cooking in because it doesn't break down under high heat. Use it for any kind of frying instead of vegetable oil or shortening. Under the tallow cap will be a rich golden jello - that's the magical bone broth. Just scoop it into a coffee mug and microwave to warm.

You can also use bone broth in place of up to half the specified water for savory recipes to add rich flavor and health benefits.


William Thomas
William Thomas