By | Green Juicing
Ibuprofen is very common when it comes to prescribing something for a wide range of symptoms including headaches, toothaches and back ache. While the ache never seems to permanently go away, doctors still foster patients to take pills to cover it up. And it looks like this covering up method is starting to catch up with us as we are now finding out that in the long run Ibuprofen could be toxic to the heart muscle. Even demise is now being said to be a possible outcome after continued use.
There are other options. Turmeric, for example, is actually a natural and much safer style to alleviate ache. Its origin is that of a plant which is native to southern Asia. It has the mending the terms of reference of pain that is conceal and pain that is pronounced. Its been used by people for thousands of years in Asia, and is actually a big deal as far as Asian medication goes.
It is loaded with powerful polyphenols. The spice sort, which many are familiar with, can be purchased in grocery store, as well as natural food stores. It has a unique savour of earthiness and spice. There are many recipes you can use turmeric in. Heres a great recipe that can help out your body a lot 😛 TAGEND Mix the following 😛 TAGEND
One tablespoon of turmeric powder, one cup of honey and the juice of one squeezed lemon in a glass.
Stir the combination using a wooden spoon. Add a teaspoon of this concoction to a beaker of warm water or tea.
Take this pain-relieving cocktail three times a day.
You should consider results quickly.
Next, get rid of that nasty ibuprofen!
You can also mix turmeric into your fruit and vegetable shakes or smoothies. Also, tossing it into random recipes can add some interesting flavor, as well as the health benefits.
Check out this study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 😛 TAGEND
Turmeric was shown to help in treating osteoarthritis, and out of the 109 patients who had previously been diagnosed with osteoarthritis of the knee, during a six week period, some were given 800 mg of ibuprofen and the others 2,000 mg of turmeric. The turmeric group experienced better results!
So next time the doc hurls the Ibuprofen suggestion your style, head to the grocery store seasoning aisle, and get that ache alleviating turmeric recipe running!