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Old 22-07-2010, 03:06 PM   #1
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Default Best painkillers with least side effects?

For muscular, bones and joints - aches and pains?
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Old 22-07-2010, 03:25 PM   #2
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I expect that might be some kind of herbal tea or similar.

I try to avoid painkillers, but sometimes it seems necessary. If the pains you have comes back again and again, or even stays there almost all the time, then I can understand there is not much choice.

I hope the pains does not stay there, but in my experience I just use any painkiller. The one with least side effect, I think there are some herbal teas that can act as painkillers. Also some natural medicine. But for me avoiding the side effects is to make sure I do not use painkillers much. Two weeks of taking them each day would probably be the most I would dare use them, and even during those two weeks, I probably would take less than prescribed. I did have some operations with my teeth. Nasty stuff, removing teeth, putting in new ones with screw like things and stuff, but I had most my prescribed painkillers after I was done. Gave them to friends who visited because they had some pain for a short while. I did not give them whole bottles of them, just allowed them to take them while visiting me. So I did find a use for them. I took maybe 3 myself. I think at least 2 times it was because of pains in my legs from walking too long in steps too heavy. (I walked a few miles while angry and tired after being out drinking all night and standing up most of the time).

I hope someone else got some actual suggestions as to what painkillers to use, but if the pains are there to stay, maybe go to a chiropractor or something?
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Old 22-07-2010, 04:42 PM   #3
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Drinking a lot more water actually took away a great deal of my joint and back pain. I always thought I was hydrated enough but obviously not, I'd suggest you try the same too
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Old 22-07-2010, 04:44 PM   #4
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I use DMSO

http://www.dmso.org/articles/nerves/nerve_c.htm

It derives from wood pulp = non pharma

Vets use it on racehorses and polo ponies (ie valuable animals)
It is not profitable for pharma companies so info about it is supressed and false info is circulated.

It is easily available on ebay if you look under 'equestrian supplies'

I once was on 8 distalgesics a day - for the past 3 years I have not even resorted to a paracetemol. I am totally 'pharma free'

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Old 22-07-2010, 04:45 PM   #5
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If you want a natural alternative you could try Devil's Claw.
http://www.herbwisdom.com/herb-devils-claw.html
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Old 22-07-2010, 05:13 PM   #6
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Ginger tea, and oil - it improves circulation in the body.
Rosemary oil and peppermint oil is also very good.
And hot baths. Yoga.
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Old 22-07-2010, 05:16 PM   #7
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Chinese WHITE TEA- Cleans and detox your body. Good for toothaches as well.But be prepared for a major piss.
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Old 22-07-2010, 07:49 PM   #8
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Detoxing probably is a very good idea. Both in general and it would probably help with the pains. I find it that exercise also helps. Not running a marathon or anything, but these days it just is not common to move around for 30 minutes a day for some of us. I work at an office and use my computer a lot at home, and I can feel a huge difference when I ride my bike to work. It is about 10 miles a day, and takes a total of 1 hour. It is not every day I do it, but it helps me a lot, also with getting a good nights sleep.

And my other suggestion, a good nights sleep. The problem being that a good nights sleep might be your goal with getting rid of the pains.
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For muscular, bones and joints - aches and pains?
The best painkillers are actualy not medicine at all.

I know of someone who is looking for some volunteers to experience non-drug related instant pain relief.

I'm not sure whether the video explaining this has been put out yet but can post a link when it's on Youtube.
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Old 27-07-2010, 11:33 PM   #10
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Drinking a lot more water actually took away a great deal of my joint and back pain. I always thought I was hydrated enough but obviously not, I'd suggest you try the same too
+1

Same experience here, and I have had back and joint pain since I was 13 or so. I grew up drinking very little water but over the last 6 years or so I have actually imporoved my over all health 1000%, haven't had a headache in years now and they used to be common.
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Drinking a lot more water actually took away a great deal of my joint and back pain. I always thought I was hydrated enough but obviously not, I'd suggest you try the same too
Wow, this is interesting.

From what I've learnt hydration has a lot to do with pain relief.

I can't say whether this alone helps, but from what I've heard this seems to be a common factor.
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I wish drinking alot of water could do the trick for me.
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I use DMSO

http://www.dmso.org/articles/nerves/nerve_c.htm

It derives from wood pulp = non pharma

Vets use it on racehorses and polo ponies (ie valuable animals)
It is not profitable for pharma companies so info about it is supressed and false info is circulated.

It is easily available on ebay if you look under 'equestrian supplies'

I once was on 8 distalgesics a day - for the past 3 years I have not even resorted to a paracetemol. I am totally 'pharma free'
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There is cream available over the counter that is made from the very very hot pepper plants, ask the pharmacy folks for it. I am sure it has different names in different regions.
Start out using a tiny amount like a match head amount on an ankle, always use a tissue or cloth to apply it, the stuff can burn the hell outa you. But it's very effective. It seems to draw out the heat/pain/inflamation from muscles/joints/bones.
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Start taking Astaxanthin, its an absolutely fantastic supplement for reducing all kinds of chronic pain. I had a nasty bike accident years ago where my right knee got smashed really hard on the pavement. It never really healed properly and used to hurt a lot any time I put weight on it, after taking Astaxanthin for a month or so the pain completely disappeared and my knee now feels like new again.

Not only is it good for pain it also has many other benefits as well. Heres some articles on it.

http://www.antioxidants-for-health-a...-benefits.html

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/ar...ur-health.aspx
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Hot shower works amasing for me. Just go into shower and after 5 minutes all pain gone.
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The Cream?
I buy DMSO colourless liquid.

Since I wrote that I have found Red Dragon Balm (find it on ebay).
When I wake in the night with leg and foot cramps, a quick rub has the cramp cured within minutes. I find it more convenient to use a cream/balm than a liquid.
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Vets use it on racehorses and polo ponies (ie valuable animals)
It is not profitable for pharma companies so info about it is supressed and false info is circulated.
Interesting thank you for that!

No surprise the info is suppressed!!

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