5 Natural Pain-Relief Remedies

Modern research supports so-called ancient pain-relief solutions, but it doesnt mean these supplements are without risks.

Long before the evolution of modern medicine, natural remedies were used to treat sickness and pain. While sources such as ginger and green tea have been shown to be effective anti-inflammatory agents, its important to have a discussion with your doctor before adding these or other supplements to your daily regimen, according to Cleveland Clinic registered dietitian Kristin Kirkpatrick, MS, RD, LD.Read on to learn about the story behind five of the most commonly used natural remedies for pain relief.
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