Relieve Pain Naturally With An Amazing Herbal Capsule First Aid Kit
Relieve Pain Naturally With An Amazing Herbal Capsule First Aid Kit by: Patricia Bratianu RN PhD RH-AHG for Off the Grid News
Headache, Muscle, And Cramp Capsules
Did you know that people first made aspirin from common plants? Willow bark and meadowsweet both contain the active ingredient used to make aspirin and both can help to relieve pain naturally. Like many other herbs, these two have safety mechanisms built right in. Many people cannot tolerate aspirin due to stomach irritation, but unlike aspirin, willow and meadowsweet are not irritating to the stomach.
The following recipe shows you how to make herbal pain-relieving capsules. Capsule making equipment is inexpensive and easy to use. Furthermore, herb shops, natural food stores, and online resources sell them for less than twenty dollars.
If you prefer to make a tincture, you may use the same proportion of herbs. Just follow the tincture instructions that we have provided previously in our various first aid kit articles.
The recipe contains the following ingredients: cramp bark, which relaxes and comforts smooth muscle. Skullcap, a common wildflower, is relaxing and can relieve pain naturally. Valerian is a relaxant as well. Cayenne is an activator.
- 00 sized empty capsules
- 1 tablespoon meadowsweet herb
- 2 teaspoons cramp bark
- 1 teaspoon skull cap
- 1 teaspoon valerian root
- 1/8 teaspoon cayenne
Finely powder the herbs using a coffee grinder. Fill the capsules using instructions that come with your capsule-making machine. Store in a dry, dark place.
To use, take two capsules every four hours as needed.
BVYF Capsules That Relieve Pain Naturally
The following capsule recipe contains herbs that can effectively prevent or fight infections.
While fresh garlic is not included, it is one of the most potent herbal antibiotics known. You can even apply garlic directly to a wound (although it will sting!). Moreover, you can lightly cook garlic or take it raw. Raw garlic can cause stomach irritation, so I recommend taking it with food. Cooked garlic does not offer the same antibacterial benefits. However, it does promote heart health and aids in circulation.