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Painkillers in your Kitchen

Painkillers in your Kitchen

For those of us who don’t like to go to the doctor’s for every small ailment, there is some hope – for many of today’s minor aches and pains, all you have to do is look into your kitchen closet and you are likely to find something in there that will remedy your condition. For a quick look at some of the most effective painkillers readily available at home read through the list given below:

Ginger: Well known for numerous health benefits ginger is an awesome choice food when it comes to treating muscle and joint pain. Armed with potent compounds known as gingerols, this yellow root plant regulates the production of certain pain triggering hormones. When added to food as either chopped ginger or in its dried form, ginger not only enhances flavor but also adds healing properties to the diet.

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Cloves: Generally found in dentist recommended toothpastes, cloves can work wonders for a bad toothache. With its anesthetic properties, chewing on a clove will calm down any gum or tooth pain as well as inflammation. The effectiveness of this all natural painkiller is derived from a compound called eugenol. Cloves are also known for regulating blood sugar levels and reducing cholesterol levels in the body.

Garlic: With ginger on the list of effective healers, garlic can’t be far behind. Armed with multiple anti oxidant features garlic has been a useful treatment for ear infections. Used as an oil, garlic oil can cure these infections easily and naturally. A few drops of garlic oil used daily on the affected area can clear up the disorder. There are a number of potent compounds in this healthful food that can ward off pain causing elements.

Turmeric: A true and tried remedy for many ailments turmeric boasts a reputable position in Ayurvedic medicine. It is known as one of the most potent foods for treating aches and pains, healing internal and external wounds and has amazing anti inflammatory properties for the body. Its active ingredient, curcumin, reduces inflammation that is commonly associated with arthritis pain.

Honey: Another very popular ingredient on the natural painkillers list is honey. Along with great taste, this amazing food has some pretty impressive healing properties. Touted as a wonder food, honey serves many medicinal purposes. Furnished with numerous minerals and vitamins, honey has been used to heal cuts, scrapes and other open wounds. It antiseptic properties speed up the healing process and provide a natural barrier to invading bacteria.

Cherries: Honey is not the only sweet agent on this list but is accompanied by a host of fruits that possess healing properties. Containing anti inflammatory agents, cherries provide relief against arthritis pain. The active ingredient, anthocyanins give cherries not only their brilliant red color but also pain relieving properties.

Blueberries: Blueberries have been crowned as the most potent food to counter a number of both minor and serious health conditions. Consuming a daily dose of blueberries can help alleviate painful symptoms associated with urinary tract infections. The plant compounds known as tannins target infection causing bacteria in the bladder and prevent any contagion from spreading.

Pineapple: Another power packed food that can treat digestive inconsistencies and cramps is the bright yellow pineapple. Its active enzymes work on tough proteins that may cause stomach upsets. By working on these proteins the painful symptoms of bloating and flatulence can be cured effectively.

Probiotics: Probiotics are no stranger to the world of natural healing. Found in various foods but most prominently in yogurt, probiotics are active live culture bacteria that counter painful symptoms linked with PMS. Considered a calming food, a regular dose of yogurt can settle the nervous system even when hormonal fluctuations are in motion during the premenstrual span.

Water: And no list of natural healers could be complete without the inclusion of water. Water is not only a natural hydrator abut also a healing agent for many uncomfortable symptoms. Drinking plenty of water flushes out histamine among other toxins, which is a pain triggering compound. It is also responsible in the build up of cartilage that is needed to protect the bones and joints from injury and allow for smooth movement.

While this list of potent foods does not give you a complete compilation of natural painkillers, it gives you a good stance of where to begin.


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