Natural painkillers

I’ve always tried to avoid taking over the counter pain killers, but it’s good to know about these alternatives if you’re really in pain.

This article looks at 11 alternatives, some of which I’m sure you already have in your kitchen!

Ibuprofen is a type of “non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug” (NSAID) that is in wide use as a painkiller. It has been demonstrated to be effective at pain removal, however there is the possibility of some serious side effects, including internal bleeding and heart problems.

Ibuprofen is often regarded as a relatively harmless way to treat inflammation and pain in the body. It’s regularly used to reduce fever and relieve pain from toothache, headache, back pain, arthritis and menstrual cramps.

There are different reasons why you should not take ibuprofen or aspirin often. Alternatives do exist but many are not aware of them. Specialists highlight that there are dangers associated with taking ibuprofen often and you will end up with risks like hearing loss, DNA damage, heart disease, miscarriage or hypertension.

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2 Replies to “Natural painkillers”

  1. I think this is very useful information for people suffering from pain. I’m dealing with hip and other joint pain. Also physical therapist said he feels I have the symptoms of fibromyalgia syndrome. Would be great for more information on how to incorporate these in everyday life. Maybe some recipes and teas that can be made. Thank you.

    1. I’m sorry to hear you are suffering from pain, but I really hope that you try some of the natural painkillers that are available. Be patient though, as they are food, and it may take several days for you to really feel the effect.

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