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4 Natural Painkillers you should know about

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There are millions of benefits that we get from natural stuff and are still not fully understood. It is surprising that by using the things in our kitchen, we can actually get rid of pain causing discomfort in different parts of our body. You’ll be surprised to know that natural painkillers work very efficiently in reducing pain to a greater extend.

It is time to tell you 4 amazing natural pain killers that you didn’t know about. Here you go.

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Cloves for toothache:

Toothache no matter at what age, are indeed pretty annoying. If you can’t get to the dentist to get the issue solved right away, step into your kitchen and get some cloves. Eugenol, an ingredient present in clove, acts as an anesthetic and makes inflamed teeth and gums better. So chew one or two cloves to relieve toothache.

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Apple cider vinegar for heart­burn:

Dissolve a tablespoon of apple cidar vinegar in a glass of water and drink it. It helps relieve heartburn by aiding in digestion of food, not letting it stay in the stomach for long and bounce back in the esophagus.

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Cherries for getting rid of joint pain and headache:

It is surprising that cherries own 10x more anti-inflammatory power than the usual painkiller tablet you eat. People who have frequent headache or are patients any type of joint disease should eat a bowl of cherries every day.

Salt for pain in the foot:

Dip your feet in warm water which has a teaspoon of salt dissolved in it for only 15 to 20 minutes. This will soothe foot pain.

 

Written by Marta

April 21st, 2013 at 3:46 pm

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