Can you practice natural pain management? The simple answer is yes…
Pain is a fact of life.
Pain relief is a multi-billion dollar industry.
Chances are you turn to over-the-counter medicines for minor aches. I’m talking about toothache, headache, stomach cramps, and muscle pain.
Ibuprofen, aspirin, and other NSAIDs may seem like a gift from heaven with their ability to provide fairly rapid, albeit temporary, pain relief.
However, many people are not aware of (or don’t pay much attention to) the danger that lurks.
Long-term use of pain-relieving drugs can have adverse effects on your health, particularly on your liver and gut lining.
So don’t pop up a pill every time you feel something painful in your body.
There are natural pain management solutions that you can turn to for natural pain relief.
Sounds good, right?
Let’s then take a look at some of them:
1. Quantum Energy Skin Patches
If you suffer from ANY pain, be it achy joints or achy muscles, I have some good news for you.
The Quantum Energy Skin Patches are the pain easing breakthrough that’s bound to help you live each day pain-free.
That means you can now…
- Do the things you love; play golf with your buddies or tend to your garden
- Have the energy to pick up your grandchildren
- Have restful sleep (no more tossing and turning)
- Your order is backed by our 60-day 100% money-back guarantee. No questions asked.
- Lab results confirm that it works within 5 seconds
- Folks are already speechless at how effective the Quantum Energy Patches work
- In Total There Are Over 40 Informational Frequency Scriptures From The Bible That Are Encoded Onto Each Patch
So how does this awesome natural pain management solution work?
Your body is made up of energy. The skin patches are programmed with healing frequencies, positive messages, and 40 biblical scriptures into the silicone.
And where do you put it?
Since they connect to your body’s energy field, they can be placed ON or even CLOSE to your body for them to have a positive effect. Think about electricity travelling in water – it doesn’t need to be in a specific place. They can be placed in an inconspicuous place (back of the neck, on your back, or many place them in their wallet). Some people prefer them close to the pain.
Ginger is a remedy that is most likely available in your kitchen, be it:
- Ginger root
- Powdered ginger
- Ginger juice
Ginger’s has active medical ingredients such as gingerols and shogaol.
Studies show that ginger is an effective treatment for inflammation. And that ginger treats inflammation much better than synthetic drugs.
Ginger, a wonderful herbal remedy, has long been used to ease pain due
- Upset stomach
- Menstrual pain
- And arthritis
Ginger is also popular for its traditional culinary usage. You can add ginger to your vegetable smoothies, hot or iced tea, lemonade, stir-fries and cereals.
Did you know that…
“The flesh of the ginger rhizome can be yellow, white or red in color, depending upon the variety. It is covered with a brownish skin that may either be thick or thin, depending upon whether the plant was harvested when it was mature or young.” *
If you love Asian food, especially Thai and Indian cuisine, then chances are you’re familiar with turmeric. It makes these foods flavorful.
But turmeric is also an effective natural pain management remedy.
Turmeric has an active ingredient called curcumin. This ingredient has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
If you have rheumatoid arthritis, irritable bowel syndrome, indigestion, ulcers, psoriasis, and even cancer, incorporate turmeric into your diet.
Alternatively, you can take turmeric supplements to help with natural pain management.
You can make turmeric juice with lemon or hot tea, warm soup with turmeric, or egg dishes with a pinch of turmeric.
Did you know that…
“Turmeric reduces depression symptoms. A study published in the journal Phytotherapy Research reported that in one trial, turmeric alleviated depression symptoms as well as Prozac!”*
4. White Willow Bark
For centuries, the white willow bark has been used as an analgesic.
The white willow bark contains salicin.
Salicin is a chemical similar to what aspirin is mainly made of.
The white willow bark also contains apigenin, another anti-inflammatory component.
White willow bark can help ease back pain, osteoarthritis, headaches, among many other conditions.
Our ancestors used to chew the white willow bark as it is. But today, you can get white willow bark herbs that you can brew as tea.
Liquid and capsule willow bark supplements are also now available.
Don’t use the white willow bark for the long term. The reason being that it can irritate your stomach and affect your liver.
Cloves are aromatic flower buds. Cloves are normally used as spices for food.
Cloves are a proven natural pain management solution. They have compounds that can ease sores including toothaches, headaches, and arthritis.
Today, you can take cloves in capsule, powder, or oil form.
Did you know that….
“You can store whole cloves for up to one year in an airtight container/jar out of direct sunlight. Ground cloves lose their flavour very fast.”*
Oregano is commonly used in cooking. It’s also used to treat coughs.
However, oregano has been found to be an effective anti-inflammatory and pain relief solution for various conditions.
Oregano has 32 anti-inflammatory compounds.
If you are suffering from back pain, neck pain, arthritis, sore muscles, or cramps, oregano can provide you relief.
Here’s how you can use oregano:
- Apply oregano oil directly to the affected area,
- Mix dried oregano with other herbs to make a tea
7. Devil’s Claw
Devil’s claw is a South African herb that contains active ingredients called harpagide and harpagoside
These active ingredients provide anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties.
Devil’s claw has long been used to relieve low back pain, arthritis, rheumatism, muscle pain, chest pain, upset stomach, migraine, and even skin injuries.
Devil’s claw is available in tincture form, as well as tea. You can also take the extract.
Go Natural With Your Pain
Over-the-counter drugs and prescription medicines can be effective in providing pain relief. Better still, if you follow the right dosage and your doctor’s instructions.
However, long-term use of these over the counter drugs can lead to other problems and complications.
That’s why it makes sense to consider natural pain management alternatives.
Because they are natural, herbal remedies have no harmful chemicals that can aggravate your condition.
They are rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties that can provide you with other health benefits aside from pain relief.
This does not mean that all-natural remedies are without side effects.
Even the known actions may adversely affect other conditions you have, or other medications you may be taking.
You still have to be careful when taking herbal remedies, especially if you are pregnant, prone to bleeding, or have any other serious health conditions.
Natural Pain Management Gets Better….
Remember how we talked about Quantum Energy Patches for pain?
Let’s recap what these awesome pain easing breakthrough can do for you, shall we?
- Soothes those nagging aches and pains within minutes
- Enhances your energy
- Your sleep becomes more restful (no more tossing and turning)
- The Quantum patches are guaranteed to work or your money back
Watch this short video to understand more about quantum energy.
Ready to claim your Quantum Energy patches for pain today?