Simple Home Remedies for Plantar Fasciitis!

Mustard Oil
mustard oil for plantar fasciitis

Mustard oil.

Warm some mustard oil and massage your ankles and heels with it for 15 minutes. Massage gently in a circular motion and let the oil penetrate the skin as much as possible. Mustard oil has anti-inflammatory and pain healing properties that will remove the stress from the plantar fascia and calm the inflamed tissue. It is also rich in magnesium which is vital for the health of the muscles and tissues. Massage two or three times daily.

turmeric for plantar fasciitis

Turmeric for plantar fasciitis.

It is an excellent remedy for plantar fascia. It is full of anti-inflammatory antioxidant properties which reduce the swelling and mitigate the pain considerably. Heat half a teaspoon of ghee and when it is hot turn off the heat. Add a teaspoon of turmeric powder to the hot ghee and mix it well. Swallow this mixture with a glass of warm milk every night before going to bed.


Stretching exercises are the easiest way to cure plantar fasciitis. Do simple stretching exercises that will not provoke the pain. Sit straight on a mat. Stretch your feet onward in front of you. Now, gently flex your toes forwards and backwards for ten minutes. Then, while keeping you heels firmly planted on the mat raise both your knees together and lower them back. Repeat this for ten minutes. These exercises will strengthen the muscles making the ligaments more flexible

grated ginger tea for plantar fasciitis

Ginger tea for plantar fasciitis.

It abounds in anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties. It is good to start including ginger in your daily diet to get rid of swelling and pain. Grate some fresh ginger. Add one tablespoon of grated ginger to one cup of water and boil for one minute. Turn off the fire, cover the pan and leave it for ten minutes. Strain the tea and drink while still lukewarm. Drink three cups of ginger tea daily.

Wear the Right Shoes

Wear shoes that have proper cushioning for the soles and the right arch support for your foot. The shoes should also have good shock absorption that will neutralize the pressure on the plantar fascia and make walking easier.

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