5 Natural Remedies for Pain Relief

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Ibuprofen has been doing its job for years, but long-term use is not recommended. What if your pain has lasted for more than three days? Even ibuprofen can’t help, and it may lead to side effects too. Moreover, prescription medications are also harmful for long-term use.

So, we thought of listing the five natural remedies for pain relief. Hold that thought! Did you know that earlier, people used essential oils and herbs to treat pain? That’s why we want you to take a good look at the natural remedies as they do not have side effects. Let’s get started!

The Five Effective Natural Remedies

  1. Turn To Hemp-Induced Products 

Before you roll your eyes and come to a conclusion, we must tell you that hemp does not give you a high. It is a popular ingredient in the health industry. Moreover, it contains all the natural ingredients that help in giving relief from pain. You can use hemp pain relief cream – it smells pleasant, is easy to use, and gets absorbed by the skin easily.

  1. The Magic of Clove 

People used clove to get rid of pain, especially toothache.

It is one of the best home remedies to get relief from excruciating pain. As per a study done in 2006, clove gel is as good as benzocaine gel. It helped in reducing needle pain.

You can purchase a clove oil and massage it on the affected area.

  1. Lavender Oil – Aromatherapy and Pain Relief

If you want the best of both worlds, consider getting a bottle of lavender oil. It smells great and calms your nerves.

As per researchers, lavender oil has anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties.

But, make sure you do not ingest the lavender oil. Keep it far away from pets and children.

  1. Enjoy The Cooling Effect 

Peppermint oil is one of the best natural remedies to get rid of the pain. The cooling effect makes you feel good, and people use it in a diluted form. If you have a splitting headache, consider applying some peppermint oil to your forehead.

Period cramps can be very painful. You can apply peppermint oil to the affected area. It will give you relief from the niggling pain.

It can also give you relief from painful spasms – the ones that cause a lot of discomforts. But, make sure you do not apply this oil on cracked or broken skin. It will cause stinging pain! Moreover, there is a possibility of an allergic reaction.

  1. Chew Ginger To Get Relief From Pain

Yes, chewing ginger can be disgusting as the taste is quite strong.

The root has proven to be helpful in giving relief from pain. It also reduces inflammation and helps in accelerating recovery. When you exercise, your muscle gets stretched, and you might get an injury at times.

By chewing ginger, the process of recovery will speed up. Also, it reduces inflammation and makes you feel good after some time. If you do not want to have raw ginger, there are ginger supplements too.

Concluding Thoughts

We hope that the list of natural remedies helped you to gain some knowledge. If the pain is not vanishing, you must try the methods mentioned above.

Ideally, opt for hemp cream for pain relief to get faster results. But, you can try out other remedies till you don’t get the cream.

In addition, you can make some lifestyle changes to avoid pain. If you have arthritis or joint issues, lose weight, and exercise daily (basic workouts). In case the pain is related to menstruation, hot water bags can help in the meantime.

So, use these methods and get rid of the pain. Always remember that natural remedies are far more superior as compared to the prescribed medications.

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