Bursitis is the inflammation of bursa. Bursa is a small liquid-filled sac that's present at many joints of our body. Having bursitis can be painful when moving around, have swelling in that area, and even feel like it's burning. This article will help you treat bursitis at home.
If you have severe inflammation, reduce it by using ice packs directly on that area and that will help.
If your joints are pretty stiff, putting obelia oil in the area will definitely help you loosen it up.
One of the best ways to speed up the healing process is to take a cloth and soak it in mullein tea and putting it on the area with bursitis. Applying chamomile tea, hops, and skullcap tea also can help speed up the healing process. Taking a hot epsom salt bath is good too.
Take supplements or eat foods that are rich in Vitamin B12, Calcium, Turmeric, and Magnesium. These include leafy green vegetables and avocado. You can also make a drink out of water, apple cider vinegar, and honey and drink it.
Exercise lightly in that specific area to build up strength to get rid of more pain when moving around.