Are you experiencing a lot of pain? Tired of taking pain killers? You don’t have to suffer – take your pain relief into your own hands! Herbs can be a wonderful pain relief ally for nearly everyone. You just need a little knowledge on how to use them.
That’s where my e-book, Herbs for Pain Relief, comes in! This book includes herbs to use for all kinds of pain – from toothaches and headaches to joint and nerve pain. And the good news is, most of these herbal remedies for pain can be used for all different types of pain. They are easy to forage, purchase and take. And they have much less side effects than prescriptions!
If you’ve been to my site before, you know that I’m a big fan of being self reliant. To me, this includes making my own medicines and using herbs to treat common illnesses. There are so many herbs that you can forage (or buy) for medicine, and they are easy to prepare and use.
Using these natural remedies, you can lessen your need for doctors and hospitals. You can break free from addictive prescription pain killers. And, you can heal yourself!
Anti-inflammatory herbs for pain
If you are just starting on your journey to treat your own aches and pains, I want to add something for you to keep in mind. Almost every pain in the body is due to inflammation. If you reduce and control the inflammation, the pain should be lessened greatly.
Any herb that is known as an anti-inflammatory herb can help you fight the root cause of most pains. Some common and very effective anti-inflammatory herbs are turmeric, garlic, ginger, basil, fennel seeds, rosemary, cinnamon, black pepper, cloves, oregano, and sage.
However, these need to be taken on a regular basis in order to remove inflammation from the body. Find an herb or two that you like, and a way that makes it easy for you to take. Take it every day (or as directed per supplement directions) for about a month and see if your pain has subsided.
This e-book is for informational purposes only. I am not a doctor, nurse, or licensed herbalist. I am simply a home herbalist sharing my knowledge with you. Please do your own research into counterindications and side effects before taking any herbs.
If you are under the care of a doctor, please consult with him or her before starting an herbal regimen.