Natural PainkiIIlers

Chronic pain affects about 1 in 5 people in the U.S., making it difficult if not impossible to work and enjoy family and social time.

If you have chronic pain — typically defined as longer than three months and not responding to treatment — your body hasn’t turned off the pain messages to the brain, even though the original source of the pain may be gone.

The pain may be linked with a condition such as arthritis, to a sprain or other injury, or to any number of more elusive causes.

  • Lavender essential oil. Share on Pinterest Inhaling lavender essential oil may help relieve pain and anxiety. …
  • Rosemary essential oil. …
  • Peppermint essential oil. …
  • Eucalyptus essential oil. …
  • Cloves. …
  • Capsaicin. …
  • Ginger. …
  • Feverfew.

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