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Pain relief… available in the herb and spice section of your local grocery store!

If you’re looking for an alternative to synthetic pharmaceutical drugs for pain relief, you’re in luck. There are many natural herbal remedies that can ease your pain in no time. But before you decide to start supplementing with these plant-based remedies, you must exercise some caution. You should make sure you do not have any food allergies and look carefully into any undesirable effects of these substances.

Now on to a few natural pain relievers.

  1. Capsaicin

This substance is derived from hot chile peppers. It can be used topically and works by depleting a compound called substance p that diverts the sensation of whatever pain you may be feeling from the peripheral to the central nervous system.

  1. Ginger

Ginger is a tricky one, considering that there is not a wealthy base of scientific study on it. But ginger does contain phytochemicals, which stop inflammation. Ginger also has very few side effects in lower doses.

  1. Feverfew

This herb has been used for centuries to treat everything from headaches to stomach aches, but In the modern day it is usually used in treatment for migraines and rheumatoid arthritis. One of the drawbacks of this herb, though, is that most of the research into the effectiveness of this plant is in it’s early stages. This herb can also cause a few mild side effects like canker sores and irritation of the mouth. You should not use this substance if you are pregnant.

  1. Turmeric

This is a great spice to help relieve arthritis pain and is very effective at reducing heartburn and inflammation. As with most of these substances, the exact way in which turmeric works to help against pain or inflammation is unclear, but the benefits may be due to a chemical called curcumin, which has anti-inflammatory properties. High doses or long-term use of turmeric may cause some indigestion, but other than that has very few side effects. People with gallbladder disease should avoid using turmeric

  1. Devil’s claw
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Don’t be turned off by the name, this substance seems to have some angelic abilities to ease lower back pain and managing arthritis. Side effects for this substance are very rare and are reduced if taken at a low dose for a short period of time. This substance is not advised for pregnant women or if you have gallstones or stomach ulcers.

Herbal remedies for pain relief still don’t have a wealth of research behind them, so be cautious when embarking on a natural pain relief regimen. These herbs are not all benign and as explained earlier, safety research is relatively limited. These herbs are also not regulated for quality so be aware of where your herbs come from. To minimize your risks of adverse effects, talk to your health-care provider before trying a natural remedy.

But, there is no doubt that many herbs have powerful medicinal qualities that have been used successfully for centuries by many different cultures and that they can be extremely beneficial.

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