The 10 Best Supplements for Chronic Pain Relief

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The 10 Best Supplements for Chronic Pain Relief

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Top Anti-Inflammatory Supplements for Chronic Pain 

Inflammation is not always a bad thing – inflammation protects you when you have an injury, such as a wound from a sharp object. It helps your body fight infection and clears away the affected tissue. However, inflammation can become chronic, if it develops in the internal organs of the body and becomes uncontrollable.

Once inflammation is developed, it can last for many years. It targets specific areas of the body, such as the skin, bladder, gums, sinuses or prostrate. It can even become a body-wide condition.

When the inflammation becomes really bad, it leads to type 2 diabetes, heart disease, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, Fibromyalgia  and neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. It can cause chronic pain such as headache, migraine, etc.

That’s why it is so important to keep inflammation under control. Otherwise it can lead to full blown and unbearable chronic pain.

The top anti-inflammatory supplements help you do that. A diet consisting of fruits and vegetables, nuts, olive oil, fish and whole grains can fight inflammation. But that’s not going to be enough to reverse the condition. You need more help.

Here are the top-inflammatory supplements for chronic pain that you should know about. 

 

White Willow Bark

White willow bark, or the bark of the willow tree has powerful anti-inflammatory properties. It has been used for hundreds of years by Native American tribes to reduce to fever and inflammation. It is also a powerful antidote against lower back pain. White willow bark contains a powerful compound called salicin, which is very similar to aspirin in properties. White willow bark is widely used in many pain-relief supplements.

 

Turmeric

Turmeric is a root that looks a lot like ginger. It’s available in North America as a dried, ground spice. Turmeric has been used for over four thousand years to treat infections, inflammatory disorders and digestive problems. It is a powerful anti-inflammatory supplement. A 2009 study found that turmeric was as effective for pain relief as ibuprofen for people with arthritis.

 

Ginger Root Extract

Ginger root extract is another powerful anti-inflammatory supplement that has been used for hundreds of years to treat headache, migraine, arthritis and sore muscles. You should take ¼ teaspoon of ginger root extract daily as it’s one of the best anti-inflammatory supplements out there. It offers instant relief for muscle aches, migraines and arthritis pain. You can add ginger root extract to your dishes, fruit juice and smoothies. Ginger tea is very popular as well.

 

Boric Acid

Boric acid is a very weak acid with known anti-inflammatory properties. When mixed with water, it forms a greasy substance and is used as a mild antiseptic. Boric acid is used as an eye wash and to treat skin conditions such as acne and rashes. It is also quite effective against chronic pain.

 

Malic Acid

Malic acid is an organic compound found in cranberries, grapes and apples.  It has anti-inflammatory properties and is particularly effective as an antidote for muscle pain. It helps muscle tissues get more oxygen, prevents breakdown of muscle tissues and boosts the energy production in muscle cells. Malic acid is used to provide instant relief to back pain, headaches and migraine.

 

Boswellia

Boswellia is a powerful anti inflammatory herb which is also called as Salai or as the Indian frankincense. It has been used in Asia for hundreds of years to treat digestive problems, respiratory disorders and to offer some pain relief to those suffering from arthritis.  

 

Magnesium Glycinate

Magnesium Glycinate is a powerful anti-inflammatory supplement which offers instant relief to muscle pain, chronic pain, muscle spasms and helps you relax and calm down after a hectic day at work.

It is similar to Epsom Salt (or Magnesium Sulfate), which has been used to treat chronic pain for a number of years. In a number of studies, participants suffering from muscle pain, back pain and other types of chronic pain have reported an immediate pain relief after taking this supplement. They claim to have felt more energetic as well.

 

Tart Cherry Extract

Tart cherry extract is a rich antioxidant that is one of the best solutions to chronic pain, swelling and sleeplessness. It has powerful health benefits and has been proven to soothe pain. Athletes and sportspersons complaining of muscle soreness are given Tart cherry juice, made from Tart cherry extract. Marathon runners are the biggest beneficiaries of this supplement.

It is one of the most powerful anti-inflammatory substances out there and offers an almost immediate relief to joint pain. The best way to use Tart cherry extract is to prepare juice from it, which has a nice, sugary feel to it.

 

Lactuca Virosa Resin Extract (Wild Lettuce Opium)

Lactuca Virosa Resin Extract, popularly called as Wild Lettuce Opium, was used by Egyptians and Romans as a pain relief medication. Native Americans have used this herb for pain relief and as a cure for muscle spasms.

Lactuca (lettuce) comes from the Latin word for milk. The plant produces a milky sap which is collected over many days to produce a taffy-like material.

It’s one of the most powerful pain-killing, natural sedatives. The Lactuca Virosa Resin Extract is used to provide instant relief for headaches and migraine, as well as for back pain, neck pain and shoulder pain.

 

Mimosa Pudica

Mimosa pudica is popularly called as the “touch me not plant”. It grows wild in India. It is called as Lajalu in Hindi and Thotta Chinnugi in Tamil. The plant is covered with thorns and consists of small green leaves which close or droop when someone touches them. It is a very common plant in the Indian subcontinent, where it is considered to be a weed.

Very few people outside India know about its amazing medicinal properties. Mimosa pudica has been researched extensively by Western scientists and all studies show that it is one of the most powerful naturally occurring anti-oxidants out there. In India, people boil the leaves of Mimosa pudica. The warm liquid is used as compress, to provide instant pain relief to aching or sore muscles.

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