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What app can you not believe someone hasn’t made yet?
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An online marketplace like Amazon, where users can buy and sell goods and services using there Steem. At the moment there isnt alot of places we can actually use our Steem rather than powering down and leaving (which is not benefical for the platofrm). Aplatform like this could also bring in some massive investors and companies who are looking to diversify and move away from traditional ways of selling and move onto the blockchain.

Not sure how viable this is at the moment but in the future it would be such a great idea, and I think it would bring alot more people to the space knowing that there is a place they can directly use their Steem - I understand that powering down and turning Steem into FIAT can be hard work for some people in certain countries

The app I can't believe nobody has made yet is an outdoor recreational smartphone app targeted toward history buffs.

Locations with varying amounts of historical significance are all over the world. Some people are already engaged in geocaching as a hobby and augmented reality games such as Pokémon GO are popular. Why not have an app that can use location to determine if you are in an area with a historical significance and plays an augmented reality view only when you are in the location?

School children will sometimes go to a historical site such as a famous battlefield. Such a mobile app would help "bring history alive" and since the augmented reality of a battle scene for that battle will only work on the app when the phone is located within range of the battlefield it is similar to a geocache treasure. Such an app would also be fun to use when visiting a new city. Maybe the app would have a menu selection for users who want to be morbid and visit famous crime sites involving murder. Maybe a user wants to stand in the Las Vegas desert and watch an augment reality scene of a mushroom cloud from a 1962 atomic bomb test. Who am I to judge what historical events users of the app are interested in?

An online store DApp that will compete with olx.com, an app where everyone who uses Steem can login and either sell their products or exchange it for another thing and varies on location. Having that kind of DApp will enable people bring their offline job on Steem and display it for others to see and one might picked interest. I once saw papa-pepper patronize a fashion designer on Steem who sew Africa clothes and sent it to their location. If this DApp is created, it can further reach a larger audience, even if you didn't get to sell your product, you can as well get curated for uploading things you do offline.

A Messenger/Discord-like DApp built on top of the Steem Blockchain!

With developers copying almost all the famous social-media platforms to the Steem Blockchain like Youtube(DTube,) , Twitch(DLive), Instagram(Steepshot), Twitter(Zappl), I still can't believe that no one haven't thought about creating a messenger/discord like dapp that incentivizes messaging. 

It is no hidden fact that Discord is where the 90%+ of the active people on Steem hangs out. If one could only create a fully functioning app that incentivizes and reward people for just simply chatting, then we will be one step closer in replacing the current social media platforms people were used to using.

There are lots of things that has not been discovered so I'm sure there are apps that has not been made.

Have you ever come across any app that tells you the mind of another person? Apps that can reveal the hidden secret about your spouse? What about an app that tells you food or drink is poisoned? Maybe by scanning the drink or food with the app through your device a red light will blink to show that there is poison in what you are about to take.

A lot of apps have not been created and I believe research is still going on and many apps will show as time goes on.

Discard my last answer. I've got a new one. An app that does everything. That sounds much better.

A timemachine app.

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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21288459

Moringa iss also known as Drumstick Tree, Ben Oil Tree, in the Philippines it's known as Malunggay and is commonly used in a favorite chicken soup dish called Tinola.

There are of course other things that can help greatly such as weight control, and massage and exercise. Hot and cold compresses can provide some temporary relief.

Another narural remedy that may be of help is tumeric. A 2006 study showed it to be effective at preventing joint inflammation but not necessarily preventing inflammation.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5036591/

A 2010 study showed that tumeric was effective at reducing pain and increasing function.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/21194249/

Arthritis can be debilitating so I hope this helps.