Medicinal plants that ease pain
Pain is the number one reason most people visit the doctor (This is how I avoid visiting the doctor). Conventional allopathic treatments focus on medicines to relieve pain (painkillers). However, this type of medication can interfere with the functioning of the immune system and generate other conditions in the long term (There are more than 30,000 scientific articles that refer to this topic).
Since pain is a debilitating symptom, being able to find the root of the problem and treat it is the most effective method to eradicate it. However, this is only possible in some cases due to the complexity of the human body.
More than 40% of pain medicines are made from plant components, the rest from substances created in the laboratory that resemble the previous two.
More than 400 medicinal plants have been used traditionally to treat pain effectively. Most effective pain formulas combine anodyne plants, relaxing plants, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, hypnotics, and nourishing and tonic plants.
The three most common anodyne plants are Jamaican Dogwood (Piscidia piscipula), Cramp Bark (Viburnum's wealth), and the California Poppy(California poppy). One of the most convenient ways to use these plants is to take tinctures several times a day to relieve pain.
I have found great relief for pain, whether it is due to a virus or other conditions, by using my Pain Away kit, which includes the Pain Away Herb-infused Grass-fed Tallow Balm for topical applications, the potent Pain Support herbal tincture (Not sold online) and a self-massage tool. Contact me directly if you want to order the kit and get personalized instructions.
Warning: Self-prescribing medicinal plants can have unwanted side effects due to drug interactions, body constitution, or health conditions.