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12/09/2011 09:01 AM

Pain Killers in Kitchen

Raoul
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Pain Killers in Kitchen

Red Grapes – blocks tissue degeneration with reseratrol . Reseratrol also available in blueberries, cramberries, and red wine.

Ginger – digestive aid and painkiller. 2 to 3 teaspoons a day.

Soy – cut osteoarthritis pain by 30 pct.. 40 gm per day.

Cherries – pain fighting.45 bing cherries a day.

Tumeric – fights pain of RA.

Coffee – reduces exercise induced pain – when taken before and after exercise.

Fish – the omega 3 fatty acids in fish – esp. with EPA and DHA – tames pain and inflammation of RA, migraines, and certain autoimmunine diseases, and chronic back and neck pain.

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Information from an article in the AARP magazine may/june 2011

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12/09/2011 09:23 AM
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Thanks for sharing! I use Tumeric every day and it really helps with my pain issues.

12/09/2011 10:03 AM
Iam1ShadyLady
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That's a good start to a list of things. Pineapple has Bromelain in it which is a natural pain killer. I think everyone should post the natural things from the kitchen that they know of and then we can make a list out of it.

12/09/2011 10:32 AM
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Garlic is another powerful antioxidant. It kills candida (yeast) and is good for respiratory breathing.

12/09/2011 11:27 AM
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okay I only say from my kitchen cause I can see it, but that show with Bear the crazy survivle guy said willow(willow tree leaves) is a natural pain reducer.I know its not a spice but thats all I got,lol

this is a very good topic


12/09/2011 06:18 PM
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I just want to remind people that even though these things are natural they can conflict with prescription medications...also be aware there is a lot of estrogen in soy.....so if your already taking estrogen...your going to have issues...

I have things to add to the pain list...but my brain won't produce it....so I'll get back to yas later...


12/09/2011 11:15 PM
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Great topic Raoul! I only have one that I can think of right now and that is to relax painful muscles with peppermint. I have a foot lotion that I use when my feet are hurting real bad. Unfortunately it only helps with muscles and not nerves. Love the other ideas that I've read here.

12/10/2011 06:19 AM
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Faieriemama

I use peppermint for everything,it is a wonderful natural cure all, for the common cold to sore achy body parts..


12/10/2011 10:01 AM
Iam1ShadyLady
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Pure natural Vanilla will stop a tooth ache in it's track. Even if it's a hole in your tooth. Husband had one that crumbled on him and it stopped the pain. U just dip a Qtip in it and put the Qtip on the sore tooth and suck on it and it will go away. If it's a really bad toothe ache it might take more than one.

Broken, White Willow Bark is a narural anti inflammatory that aspirin is derived from and it doesn't hurt your stomach.Wink


12/10/2011 01:31 PM
mem1318

Cold sores, blister on gums or inner lip. Rub honey on them.
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