Bye bye to pills

by Inkless Diary


The first reaction to pain in most modern people is to take a pill. Popular painkillers that can “spill” neural connections between nerve endings and the source of pain seem to be a real salvation.

However, it is not safe: paracetamol and ibuprofen have a number of serious side effects, it is definitely not worth “jamming” migraines and pain during menstruation. Especially when there are numbers of natural alternatives.

It is effective for many types of pain. It is better to use magnesium in the form of citrate to relieve pain. Pharmacy option: Magne B6 Forte (not to be confused with Magne B6, it is not suitable, as it contains magnesium lactate).

In case of migraines, a course intake of 600-700mg is desirable (divided into several doses during the day). Magnesium is a great antispasmodic! It helps with menstrual pain.

Bosvelia is a resin of incense wood. It has been used for thousands of years in Asian traditional medicine. Church incense also has a powerful antiseptic effect and “blessed” it in Ancient Egypt during rites, lung diseases, rubbed in the form of oil as an antiseptic. In fact, it really drives away “evil spirits” in the form of ailments and pimples.

Everything new is a well-forgotten old, and the bosvelius has recently fallen into the scientific interest of many researchers. Scientists have found that four acids in bosvelium resin have powerful anti-inflammatory properties. You can try to take bosvelia for any inflammatory bowel diseases.
What other diseases can bosvelia extract be useful for?

▪️Gout, spinal pathologies;
▪️Disorders in the body’s lipid metabolism;
▪️Increased blood sugar, diabetes mellitus;
▪️Fatty liver hepatosis, other liver tissue lesions;
▪️Inflammatory processes of different nature in the body;
▪️Kidney, urinary tract diseases;
▪️Bronchial asthma.
There are bunch of studies, google it! Naturally, don’t rely on monotherapy!

Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, bosvelia is the most optimal additive for people who are looking for an alternative to a drug such as ibuprofen.

Ginger contains natural oil, which is responsible for its taste. Chemical compounds in this oil include gingerols and shogals, which have an anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect. These compounds are also effective in treating nausea and vomiting.

Choose a liquid drug, for example, from Herb Pharm. Take 1 pipette with a small amount of water 20 minutes before meals, 2 times a day. With severe pain, 2-3 pipettes can be done.

Ginger is completely safe: during meta-analysis and reviews conducted on this issue, side effects were associated with a feeling of gastrointestinal discomfort in clinical trials, otherwise no side effects were found.
Relieves pain and inflammation
Ginger contains anti-inflammatory compounds that act in the same way as COX-2 inhibitors (drugs used to treat pain and inflammation).

Helps with menstrual pain.
In the study, ginger at a dosage of 1 g per day, spread over several doses, was effective for pain relief in women with primary dysmenorrhea.

The willow bark has been used for millennia. People have begun to use bark to anesthetize and reduce high temperatures. In ancient Greece, judging by the remaining records, bark was actively used: chewed or made of decoction.

White willow bark is a natural substitute for aspirin, a natural painkiller that contains a chemical called salicin and acts like aspirin. Unlike aspirin, the bark does not irritate the mucous membranes, the intake can be long at doses of 200−500 mg, to relieve acute pain 800−1200 mg.

It is effective for heat, headaches, including migraines, menstrual pain, osteoarthritis, lower back pain. Contains a large number of bioflavonoids with anti-inflammatory properties.

❌ White willow bark has a high degree of safety, but it is not suitable for children under 3 years of age and pregnant women. Contraindicated use when using coagulants, stomach ulcers, sensitivity to aspirin. The willow bark can affect blood clotting. Stop using willow bark at least 2 weeks before the scheduled operation.

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