How do you know which herbs accomplish which tasks? Below you will find a list of the 50 most common Herbal Pain Remedy Herbs and what condition they relieve.
>>> Common Herbal Pain Remedies:
** Herb ** — ** Relieves **
Aloe Vera — Burns
Black Cohosh — Menopause Symptoms
Boswellia — Arthritis and Joint Injuries
Chamomile — Digestion Problems
Coffee — Athletic Stamina, Decongestant in Colds Flu and Asthma
Cranberry — Urinary Tract Infections
Echinacea — Colds and Flu
Evening Primrose Oil — Rheumatoid Arthritis
Flaxseed Oil — Menopausal Discomfort, Osteoporosis
Garlic — A type of Antibiotic, Cholesterol Control, and Cancer Prevention
Ginger — Motion Sickness, Morning Sickness
Ginkgo — Alzheimer’s Disease, Mental Acuity, Erection or Libido Problems, Anti-Depressant Induced Sex Problems, Altitude Sickness
Ginseng — Athletic Stamina, Immune Enhancement, Diabetes, Erectile Dysfunction, Low Sperm Count
Goldenseal — Digestive-Tract Infections
Hawthorn — Congestive Heart Failure
Hibiscus — Hypertension
Horse Chestnut — Varicose Veins
Lemon Balm — Relaxation, Herpes
Licorice — Sore Throat
Papaya — Herniated Disks
Peppermint — Indigestion, Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Red Pepper — Pain Relief
Saw Palmetto — Benign Prostate Enlargement
Tea — Heart Health, Cancer Prevention, Bad Breath, Gum Disease, Athlete’s Foot
Turmeric — Arthritis, Joint Injuries
Valerian — Insomnia
White Willow Bark — Back Pain
The above are a list of the 50 most common Herbal Pain Remedies. There are many more out there that you can try and use however; these are just a look at the ones that are used on a regular basis. Some of these works well alone to relieve your pain and some of them actually work to relieve the condition that the pain is caused by.
As you can plainly see from this shortened list of Herbal Pain Remedies, there are many different herbs out there that have healing or pain relief features. The secret is to identify the pain, including the source of the pain if possible, and then search for an herb that will relieve your pain. Once you have the pain manageable, then further investigate and locate an herb that will ease the ailment that caused the pain.
I can not guarantee that there is an herb that will cure every ailment but if you are thorough and consistent when it comes to checking for cures and pain relieve of a given ailment, you will surely be able to receive some assistance in both pain relieve and hopefully becoming healthier.
In conclusion, the body is a very complex unit. When part of the body becomes unhealthy it usually triggers a response of pain in one sense or another. If you are careful to use Herbal Pain Remedies, your body will stay healthier and may actually repair the damage that is causing the pain and not just mask it.
By: Chris Taylor
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