Weekly Health Tip

  • Nature’s Cures

    April 17, 2021

    Not every pain is a huge pain.

    Instead of taking the over-the-counter medications, why not true some natural pain relievers.  

    Here are some possibilities: 

    for digestive pain, try fresh pineapple between meals          

    for joint pain and headaches, try cherries

    for sore muscles, try peppermint or ginger

    for general injuries, be sure to drink enough water to flush out inflammation

    for sinus pain, try horseradish

    for ear-aches, try garlic cloves in some olive oil

    for a tooth ache or gum pain, try cloves

    for heart burn, you can try apple cider vinegar

    for urinary tract infections, try blueberries

    for chronic pain, try turmeric

    Isn’t nature wonderful!!


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