Ditch the Pills; Try these Natural Pain Relievers


The famous pain killer Tylenol is one of the most common drugs in the world.

We all probably have a readily available bottle stashed somewhere in our homes and its comfortably become the common go-to for every little pain we experience.

But did you know?

Taking just a bit too much, on a regular basis, could be deadly.

The problem is, that there is a really fine line between a safe dose and a potentially lethal one and sometimes it solely depends on the person. Many studies have shown the danger of this drug.

Its time know what we are putting in our bodies and switch to better safer natural alternatives because after all, they are everywhere!

If you suffer from any pain consider Therapeutic Methods such as yoga, meditation, acupuncture, or the good ole hot and cold packs.

Stray away from routine and familiarity and realize the dangers of this common drug we use for pain.

Here are some natural remedies that amazingly work just like pain killers:

Ginger: This herb is anti-inflammatory and studies have shown it provides pain relief.

Turmeric: A 2006 study found that a turmeric extract composed of curcuminoids blocks inflammatory pathways, effectively preventing the start of a protein that triggers swelling and pain.

Boswellia: Has been found to significantly reduce inflammation in various animal studies. This herb contains powerful anti-inflammatory properties which have been used for thousands of years.

Wintergreen:– Research shows that wintergreen oil has the ability to act like a natural analgesic (pain reducer).

Cayenne: Works by affecting your nervous system and blocking pain signals to the brain ultimately reducing any pain.

And of course WATER! Drink plenty of water, it is what flushes everything bad out and cleans us.

The more you know!

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