25 Best and Natural Painkillers in Our Kitchen

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Ginger tea, turmeric tea, clove tea, chili pepper, apple cider vinegar, garlic tea, willow bark tea,  pineapple juice, grape juice, horseradish juice, honey in tea, coffee, tomato juice, coconut water, beet juice, kale juice and almond milk are some of the best natural painkillers in our kitchen.

Body aches are not the primary problem but they often point to an underlying medical condition. Body aches are usually not harmful and can be caused by stress, dehydration, insufficient sleep, fatigue, spondylitis, arthritis and overworking your eyes among other causes. Here are 25 natural painkillers which are available easily in our kitchen and can be consumed for pain relief.

25 Must Know Natural Painkillers in Our Kitchen

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Ginger tea

Ginger fights inflammation and reduces chronic pain. It can be used in tea, soups, and smoothies to relieve arthritis pain and joint pain.

Turmeric tea

Turmeric contains curcuminis popularly used in Ayurvedic medicine to fight inflammation and relief pain. It works as a painkiller to reduce chronic pain, toothaches, muscle aches, back pain, and arthritis pain. Turmeric can be added to tea, smoothie, or juice recipes.

Clove tea

Clove has warming effect on sore muscles. It can be used in form of an essential oil or added to hot drinks like tea. Cloves contain a natural compound in cloves called eugenol, a natural anesthetic which is effective in reducing toothache and inflammation.

Chili pepper drink

Capsaicin is the main compound of many hot peppers. It has pain-relieving properties and is used to treat joint pain, migraines, and headaches. Add 3 teaspoons cayenne pepper or any powdered chilito in one glass of water and drink for instant relief.

Apple Cider Vinegar drink

Add 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar to 1 glass of warm water and a little honey.

Consume this 1 to 2 times daily. Apple cider vinegar has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties which will help relieve muscle pain.

Garlic tea

Scientific reports show that garlic’s active ingredients destroy pain-causing bacteria. Garlic is an effective natural painkiller for toothaches, ear infections, and arthritic pain. Apply warm garlic to toothache or mix 2-3 cloves of garlic to your tea or smoothie for natural pain relief.

Willow bark tea

The bark of the willow tree contains the chemical salicin which helps with arthritis, back pain, muscle pain and toothaches. Willow bark powder can be added to herbal teas and smoothies for pain relief.

Cherry smoothie

Cherries are fresh juicy fruits which help us to cure arthritis, gout, or chronic headaches. Cherries’ have a high levels of anthocyanins. It can be used in a smoothie or any drink for its anti-inflammatory and pain relieving effect.

Blueberry smoothie

Blueberries are filled with tannins which have strong antibacterial properties. Blueberries can be consumed in a smoothie or frozen fresh. They are an easy element to use in a painkiller drink which helps us to reduce infection.

Yogurt smoothie

Yogurt is high in protein and rich in important nutrients which help in reducing pain caused due to osteoporosis and promotes immune system. It can easily be added to smoothies to improve their taste and consistency. Their anti-inflammatory properties soothe and cool our body.

Oats smoothie

Oats reduce swelling because it has anti-inflammatory effects. It strengthens bones and muscles and reduces pain in muscles. Oats can be added in smoothies and be mixed with fresh fruits and yogurts for an easy painkiller drink.

Pineapple juice

Pineapple has a high content of the protein digestive enzyme bromelain which helps in reducing pain, swelling. Its high inflammatory properties make pineapple juice an effective painkiller drink.

Peppermint smoothie

Peppermint helps in soothing the tight, sore muscles of your body. It can be applied directly to affected area or peppermint essential oil can be added to water or a smoothie with yogurt and fresh fruits to ease muscle pain.

Grape juice

Grape juice helps in maintaining a healthy blood pressure and low cholesterol. It is very effective as a natural pain killer drink for migraine. It relieves pain caused by heart disorders and reduces inflammation.

Horseradish juice

Horseradish is rich in antioxidants and helps to combat bacterial infections. This painkiller drink provides relief from muscle pain caused by injury or arthritis.

Honey in tea or smoothie

Honey is famous for its anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties. Generous amounts of honey can be mixed with any smoothie or drink. Honey reduces stomach ache caused by indigestion and chest pain caused by severe cough.

Flaxseeds smoothie

Flaxseed contains lignans which have a strong probiotic effect and help with digestion. Mix flaxseed with any juicy fruit like berry, mango or sweet peach to help with pain.

Coffee

Caffeine can be used to relieve pain and is used in painkillers like ibuprofen. Caffeine reduces the blood flow temporarily, which reduces the sensation of pain in our muscles and nerves. Black coffee without sugar is a natural painkiller drink.

Tomato Juice

Tomato is rich in antioxidants and known for reducing the risk of heart diseases. Consume tomato juice in raw form or mix it with onion, sugar, salt and black paper and consume daily.

Coconut water

Coconut water is rich in magnesium and antioxidants. It has an overall soothing effect and calms muscles to reduce pain.

Beet juice

Beet juice is alkaline in nature and fights arthritis by dissolving the accumulated deposits around joints causing the pain.

Kale juice

Kale juice has alkaline, anti-inflammatory benefits which reduce arthritis pain by relaxing muscles and can be easily absorbed by the body.

Cucumber smoothie

Cucumber is rich in silicon which strengthens connect tissues and lowers uric acid levels and arthritis pain. Massage cucumber to your gums to relieve toothache.

Banana smoothie

Add one banana to milk, cinnamon powder and yogurt for relief from muscle pain caused due to inflammation.

Almond milk

Drink raw almond milk or mix it with honey and chia seeds. It fights inflammation and is an effective natural painkiller drink.

Apart from these quick and easy reliefs, a healthy lifestyle with a balanced diet, regular sleep pattern, adequate consumption of fluids and exercise can help in providing long term relief against pain.

References

https://www.stylecraze.com/articles/home-remedies-to-treat-body-pain/#gref

https://newsmaven.io/indiancountrytoday/archive/natural-pain-relief-9-alternatives-to-ibuprofen-acetaminophen-or-aspirin-wr6U0siusUyUP4MsZ8dwig/

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