Natural Food Painkillers

Natural Food Painkillers
Try a natural food painkiller before reaching for a drug. You’ll find most of these items right in your kitchen:

Apple Cider Vinegar (1 tablespoon mixed with 8 ounces water before meals for heartburn and digestion)

Blueberries (bladder / urinary tract infections – 1 cup daily)

Cloves (chewed gently for toothache and gum inflammation)

Cherries (joint pain, headaches – 1 bowl per day)

Coconut Oil (kills bacteria that cause ulcers, throat infections, urinary tract infections, gum diseases, and other bacterial infections– 1 to 3 tablespoons a day)

Cranberries (bladder infections – 1 cup daily)

Coffee (migraines – caffeine stimulates the stomach to absorb pain medications better)

Ginger (add to 1 to 2 teaspoons daily to diet for general muscle pain)

Garlic (Pertussis: Spread minced garlic on the chest and back to soften the cough and relieve airway. To prevent flu and allergies, consume garlic mixed with honey and lemon.)

Grapes (back pain – 1 heaping cup per day)

Flax Seed (breast pain – 3 tablespoons daily – must be ground or seeds or take flax seed oil because the seeds will pass right through!)

Honey/Raw (topical application 4 times daily for cold sores / canker sores) (see also our special report on raw honey)

Horseradish (sinus pain – 1 teaspoon twice daily)

Oats (endometrial pain)

Oily fish (Salmon, tuna, sardines, trout, mackerel, herring – intestinal inflammation – 18 oz per week)

Olive Oil (one drop warmed olive oil in ear for earache)

Peppermint (add a few drops of the essential oil to bath for sore muscles)

Pineapple (stomach bloating, gas, indigestion – 1 cup of fresh pineapple)

Salt (hot, salty foot baths for ingrown toenails – 1tsp per cup of water – 20 minutes twice daily)

Tomato Juice (leg cramps – tomato juice is rich in potassium – 10 oz daily)

Turmeric (chronic pain – 1/4 teaspoon per day)

Water (general injury pain, helps wash away the pain-triggering histamine – 8 times a day 8 ounce glass)

Yogurt (PMS – 2 cups per day)

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