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Technology and modernization has brought us very convenient painkillers in the form of pills and synthetic medications. While they have been very helpful, most of them don’t taste very good, and they often have nasty side effects that affect our health in other ways. What we don’t know, or mostly take for granted, is that nature has given us many natural painkillers hidden in certain colorful and tasty foods. Our ancestors have long been using them, and for centuries, these foods have proven their worth to be the best pain...

Plantar fasciitis is a crushing or stabbing pain felt around the heels during the morning or when you have been standing or sitting for too long. This is caused by tears and inflammation of a thick tissue in your heel, called the plantar fascia. The pain is usually lessened as the muscles and tissues warm up, but the pain often returns at a later time. There are several remedies available for plantar fasciitis, and you can do most of them at home. Here are 8 remedies for plantar fasciitis that...

  Nature has so much to offer for our health and healing needs, and pain is no exception to this. Turmeric, a plant that belongs in the ginger family, is rich in the antioxidant curcumin, which gives the spice its distinct yellow color, most commonly used in coloring foods and making curry. Anti-inflammatory and Pain Relief Properties of Turmeric This antioxidant has been used as an effective anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, and pain remedy for centuries, and it can easily rival your usual pain pills, such as acetaminophen and ibuprofen. Curcumin is...

In these modern times, most of us are slaving away at our jobs behind the desk or in front of a computer, spending almost all day sitting and crouching over piles of paperwork. This eventually takes a toll on our bodies, and most particularly, it is our back that suffers the most. While many products, treatments, and services claim to be the best way to treat back pain, it is often a trial and error journey, and a combination of these that makes up an effective routine to help relieve...

Sciatica is a common health issue in the world today. There are various kinds of treatments for sciatica, but if you are looking to go the natural route you have come to the right place.  Natural Remedies - For centuries, people have utilized the rare medicinal benefits of herbs and foods to help treat many diseases and conditions.  Many herbs and foods have been used to help decrease sciatica symptoms. Listed below are just a few:  Disclaimer: There is no one cure for chronic pain, so these remedies may or...

Chronic pain can disrupt people's daily-lives and keep them from doing the things they love the most. Diet, however, can play a huge role in the way we feel, and can possibly help to diminish chronic pain. Disclaimer: There is no one cure for chronic pain, so these foods may or may not work for you. The goal of this blog is to show you natural remedies that will excite you and encourage you to further your research to find natural remedies that will work for you!  With that said, let’s...

Monday Morning Tips: Arthritis can be limiting, and it can hinder daily life, keeping you from doing the things you love the most. By taking the right steps, natural pain relief is possible, and can help you feel better while limiting the need for prescription drugs. This blog will introduce five different natural pain relief remedies that may help to reduce the inflammation that causes many common forms of arthritis.    Disclaimer: There is no one cure for arthritis, so these natural remedies may or may not work for you....

Aboriginal Australians have long used plant extracts to support good health, but it is only recently that modern scientists have started to understand how specific essential oils might help relieve muscle aches and pains. Eucalyptus – superstar of bush medicine! The essential oils from eucalyptus and tea tree contain a huge number of compounds with a wide range of pharmacologic activities, including how the human body handles inflammation and pain. Eucalyptus oil, for instance, contains a compound called cineole (also known as eucalyptol) which has been seen in laboratory tests...