People daily turn to ibuprofen due to inflammation/swelling, pain and fever. This drug is often used to treat:
– Chronic inflammatory ailments (long-term): headaches, joint/arthritis disorders, typical pains and aches.
– Acute inflammatory conditions (short-term): abrasions, menstrual cramps, muscle sprains or strains, minor wounds, bumps and bruises, insect bites and stings, irritations, shingles.
Side effects of ibuprofen
People are quickly learning the negative effects of this drug. Ibuprofen has been connected with an increased risk for: gastrointestinal problems and cardiovascular issues.
An all-natural herbal alternative
Safe, inexpensive and effective medicinal herbs have been used for centuries to naturally strengthen the body against inflammation.
Various medicinal herbs – that of painkillers and anti-inflammatories can be used as an alternative to this drug.
Here is a recipe of a natural herbal alternative to ibuprofen. Note that you should always consult a professional health-care provider before you use any herbal supplements.
Herbal anti-inflammatory capsules.
Needed supplies – The Capsule Machine and gelatin/vegetable capsules.
– 2 parts meadowsweet powder
– 2 parts devil’s claw powder
– 1 part turmeric root powder
– ½ part kava kava powder
– ¼ part hop flowers, powdered
– ¼ part bladderwrack seaweed powder, optional
Mix all of the powders in a non-reactive bowl, until they are well combined.
Using The Capsule Machine fill as many capsules as you think you will use in a 6-12 month period. Keep the capsules in a small glass jar and put the lid on tight. Keep it in dark, cool, dry place. The capsules should stay fresh for about 6-12 months.
Adults use only!
Use for acute conditions: take 1-2 pills every 2 hours, but no more than eight a day.
Use for chronic ailments: take 2-3 pills 2-3 times a day, but no more than 6.
For better reduction in pain connected with inflammation you can try adding these minerals and vitamins to your diet: Vitamin D, Omega-3 and magnesium.