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Far-Eastern Pain Pill

Far-Eastern Pain Pill

Pain is something that we all deal with.

But, the way we treat it varies.

And the treatments we employ can have long-lasting negative effects on our health.

Pain-killers like ibuprofen and acetaminophen are some of the most widely-used (and widely-abused) painkillers on the planet.

Yes, they work, but to the detriment of our bodies.

That’s why people are increasingly turning to natural options.

If you’re the kind of person who relies on these types of options for treating aches and pains you may consider taking our Fresh Turmeric instead.

Our turmeric is not a pain-killer in the traditional sense, it doesn’t resolve pain after a few hours only to have it come back again, forcing you to take another pill.

Instead, it helps to address and support your body’s immune system and how it responds to inflammation.

One of our best-sellers, fresh turmeric harnesses the power of some of nature’s best anti-inflammatories to make it so many of the aches and pains we deal with can be resolved entirely.

Get yours here, or read on to see how it works so well.


Turmeric Is Effective at Helping Reduce Pain

Turmeric isn’t the kind of pill that’s going to knock out pain from a grotesque injury.

But it can help you deal with dull aches and pains.

Here’s how:

Turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties that help to regulate 2 inflammatory pathways in the body. By modulating the pathways, it can actually control inflammation so pain doesn’t rise up in the body. It doesn’t neutralize pain… but definitely affects how bad it could get and tames it, so to speak.

It’s also been shown to work on slowing the production of certain proteins that are associated with the expression of neuropathic pain.

Neuropathic pain is the kind of pain you feel even after an injury has healed, which makes it particularly frustrating.

Plus, it can disrupt how pain receptors responsible for nociceptive pain send signals throughout your body. Hence, reducing how much you feel pain.

Here’s a quick explanation of this kind of pain, from Healthline.

“Nociceptive pain is one of the two main types of physical pain. The other is called neuropathic pain.

Nociceptive pain is the most common type. It’s caused by potentially harmful stimuli being detected by nociceptors around the body.

Nociceptors are a type of receptor that exists to feel all and any pain that’s likely to be caused by the body being harmed. Harm can include mechanical or physical damage to various parts of the body. For example, the damaged areas could include the skin, muscles, bones, or other tissues. The nociceptors can also detect chemical and thermal damage. Chemical damage is caused by contact with toxic or hazardous chemicals. Exposure to extremely hot or cold temperatures leads to thermal damage.

Injuries that cause nociceptive pain include:

  • bruises
  • burns
  • fractures
  • pain caused by overuse or joint damage, such as arthritis or sprains”

The fact turmeric can do all that, while also helping to support brain health, heart health, immune health and more, while doing it without any side effects (people who suffer from obstruction of the bile duct, cholangitis, liver disease, gallstones and any other biliary disease, should not take turmeric), makes it a slam-dunk for your supplement regimen.

Our turmeric contains an incredible amount of the bioactive compound responsible for its anti-inflammatory properties - which is known as curcumin.

If you want to learn more about how curcumin works, please review this article from Dr. Wiggy.

We love turmeric.

It’s going to continue to remain popular for years because of it’s pain modulating properties, how it provides antioxidant support and more.

So, we suggest you get some too.

 

Talk soon,

 

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