Health & Gluten Free Recipes Contributor
Hello Lovelies! As I was thinking and praying over what would be the most beneficial thing for me to share with you all this week, I kept being urged to share with you all some natural pain remedies I use to help my body cope with it’s constant pain. Some of these things I do daily (like the body brushing), and some of these things can be used as needed or during certain cycles that your body goes through. It is really all up to you and what you find works well with your body.
1. Castor Oil Packs– Castor Oil is an amazing healer. I use my castor oil pack to help combat my endometriosis, and for pain relief during my cycle. But these packs have so many other benefits. They can be used to help with minor sprains and scrapes, eye injuries, sinus headaches, earaches, sore breasts of nursing mothers and so much more!
2. Natural Migraine Tea Relief– This little miracle consists of Kunkicha tea and Umbeoshi.
3. Detox Pain Relieving Bath– A pain relieving bath that REALLY works, and REALLY lasts! Not only does this bath help ease the pain, but it also detoxes your body. It is great for anyone who is experiencing tired and sore muscles, or who is in chronic pain.
4. Daily Body Brushing– Body brushing has been around for centuries, and it’s benefits are almost too many to name. From increased lymph flow throughout your body (which helps with sore muscles, fatigue and acute sickness), to cellulite removal to flushing off dead skin. You can’t go wrong in incorporating this 5 minute step into your daily routine. What about you? Do you have any remedies that you use to help relieve pain and keep your body in tip-top shape?
AnonymousOctober 12, 2013 at 10:55 pm
I have arthritis in my knee and elbow and I use an all natural pain relief ointment called Nature’s Gold. When I applied this to my knee one evening the pain was gone away by morning and that was 6 months ago. I still apply the cream to my knee but not as much as I use to. This pain reliefs main ingredient comes from a herb called comfrey which has been used by the Indians for over 2000 years and is still used today.
Check it out at: http://howtogetridofpain.com
Celebrex GenericAugust 7, 2013 at 9:21 am
Thanks for giving nice information regarding pain relief. It would be more helpful if it contains treatment tips.
AnonymousAugust 6, 2013 at 12:36 pm
You need to click on the link. Next to each number is the name of the technique and it is underlined. Click on it and it opens a new page with all the information you need.
AnonymousJuly 30, 2013 at 11:58 am
Click the title and it takes you to the articles. And it’s ie, not ei.
AnonymousJuly 30, 2013 at 11:15 am
O’kay, so you peaked my curiosity. Please elaborate on your findings, if you would, such as receipes, details of the remedies and how to use them.
AnonymousJuly 29, 2013 at 9:04 pm
You didnt share any info, ei what the bath is made of..