How do we address the issue of natural pain relief ? We live in an increasingly hectic world, and many of us have no time for pain management solutions. So we pop a couple of pills, forget about it, and before we know it, we’re dependent on ibuprofen and aspirin to get us through the day.
Fennel, with its mild, sweet, and pleasant licorice flavor, helps to freshen the breath after all those onions and spices. Also, fennel has some other very useful food-related effects: it can help to relieve bloating and gas, stimulate the digestive system, and aid in general food absorption.
Colloidal silver, or the liquid suspension of silver particles, was until recently a somewhat obscure homeopathic treatment for various ailments (including joint pain and arthritis). It has recently seen a surge in popularity thanks to the opening of a new customer base through the internet.
Pennyroyal Oil is an essential oil that has many benefits. Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium) is a member of the mint family and thereby related to spearmint, peppermint, and thyme. It was reportedly useful against gout, headache, and stomach trouble, as well as repellent to snakes and insects when worn as a garland or in a satchel around the neck.
The subject of pain medications during childbirth is controversial at best. Because women have had positive labor experiences using epidurals, many obstetricians have begun to consider the procedure a safe way for women to have a more comfortable experience during the births of their children
Usually, they’re about as harmful as a common cold or a stinging scrape, but they feel like a terminal disease, and whether they’re the products of a stressful day or a lack of sleep, you’ve probably experienced headaches more times than you can count.
Echinacea became widely used as a form of medicine in the United States during the 18th and 19th century, but has since declined, most likely due to the development of modern antibiotics. Despite the decline, Germany has taken interest in Echinacea and has become one of the leaders in researching the medical benefits of the plant.
According to an anonymous source, Californians who are in the know can get a $150 card which entitles them to a smorgasbord of marijuana-laced goodies, for the treatment of anything the herb can remedy. Thanks to Proposition 215, state law protects Californians who grow, sell and use marijuana for medicinal purposes.
Arnica has been used for more than five centuries for medicinal purposes and has become even more popular in present times. It is used in a cream or ointment form to soothe pain associated with muscle aches, reduce inflammation and to heal wounds, by applying to the skin.
Cannabis indica, cannabis sativa and marijuana – all refer to the same plant. Medical Cannabis has been used to treat pain, nausea and vomiting effects of chemotherapy and people with AIDS. The roots of its use go back to as far as ancient Chinese medicine when it was considered a ‘magical’ herb.