Herbal Pain Relief

Janice CarsonJanice Carson

Since antiquity, herbal pain relief for the symptoms of arthritis has included such remedies as angelica, black cohosh, boswellia, celery, licorice, feverfew, mustard seeds, ginseng, ginger, and red pepper, to name a few. Herbal pain relief has enjoy a resurgence in popularity in the last decade or so, as more and more people turn to natural, holistic approaches over chemical or pharmaceutical compounds. Herbal pain relief, after all, has years of practical application to speak to its effectiveness, as well as providing fewer side effects than many chemical products. In fact, many common over the counter medications for arthritis and other painful ailments contain compounds found in Herbal Pain Relief remedies.

Herbal Pain ReliefFor example, herbalists have used red pepper as an herbal pain relief remedy for years. Studies have shown that capsaicin, the active ingredient in red pepper, has genuine herbal pain relief qualities. In fact, there are several over the counter creams and ointments which contain capsaicin as their primary active ingredient. Another common herbal pain relief remedy that has made its way into commercial products is willow. The chemical in willow used as an herbal Pain Relief is salicin. The Bayer Company used salicin to create aspirin, one of the most common over the counter pain relievers on the market.

Other forms of herbal pain relief involve teas, also known as infusions, capsules, oils, and ointments. Some of these herbal pain relief remedies come prepackaged and ready to use, while others require the purchase of raw ingredients to make your own poultices, teas, or oils. For example, Stinging Nettle, the official herbal pain relief remedy in Germany, contains boron, a mineral used by the body to help with rheumatism and osteoarthritis. Stinging Nettle can be purchased in raw form to make juice, or its active ingredient, boron, can be purchased in capsule form.

Mustard plaster is another herbal pain relief remedy which has been used for centuries. You can purchase raw mustard seeds to grind and use in your own herbal Pain Relief remedy, or you may purchase mustard powder to make a poultice in less time. There are herbal pain relief remedies which come in a simple capsule form you can take as a daily supplement, such as feverfew. Feverfew is a common herbal pain relief supplement which acts in a similar fashion as NSAIDs like ibuprofen, naproxen, and aspirin, without the side effects such as gastrointestinal problems or renal failure.

 

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