When you crawl out of bed in the morning with a splitting headache or a sore back, is the first thing you reach for a bottle of ibuprofen? If so, you might not be doing the best thing for your body.
Although over-the-counter pain medication is popular, it doesn’t make it the best option for your long-term health. Common painkillers or fever reducers can bring some nasty side effects if used regularly. We’re talking about irreversible liver damage, acid reflux, and chest pains.
That’s only half the story. Reaching for that bottle of ibuprofen everyday means that its effectiveness decreases over time. So, you’re hurting your body, and you still might not be getting the relief you need.
What if there were a healthier alternative? There is!
Take look at today’s video which teaches you how to make a healthy pain reliever and anti-inflammatory.
20 tbsps of extra virgin olive oil;
5 drops of rosemary essential oil;
10 tablespoons of Himalayan salt (or Epsom salt).
Mix all three ingredients in a glass jar with a lid. Seal it and store it for 48 hours.
As necessary, apply to the affected area when you wake up in the morning. If you have a headache, put it on your temples.
You can massage the oil for a few minutes and then allow it to soak for 20 minutes.
Then, wipe the remaining oil off with a damp cloth.
Use for 10 days to see improvement.
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