Muscle pains are more common than you may think. If you stop a person walking down the street and ask them if they suffer from any kind of muscle pain, chances are they'll say yes.
Muscle pains are normally caused by the inflammation of muscular fibers. That happens a lot when the muscle stays flexed for long periods of time, like when you work out at the gym or when you’re under a lot of stress.
If you suffer from muscle pains, keep watching this video, because we’re going to show you a home remedy that’s 100% natural and will help you treat this problem. Natural treatments are good because they have less side effects then normal medications.
This remedy calls for two powerful ingredients: ginger and cinnamon.
Cinnamon reduces inflammation, fights bacteria, regulates blood sugar, and improves brain function. It also contains several minerals and fibers. Furthermore, it prevents diabetes, improves cardiovascular health, and relieves arthritis.
Ginger, on the other hand, contains an anti-inflammatory substance called gingerol, which relives pain, prevents damage caused by free radicals, protects against cancer, and boosts immunity. It also helps relieve throat pain.
Here’s the recipe:
1 tbsp of fresh grated ginger;
1 cup of water (250 milliliters);
2 tsp of honey;
1 stick of cinnamon (about the size of your index finger).
First, boil the water.
Once it starts boiling, add the ginger and cinnamon stick and let it boil for three more minutes.
Cover the container and let it sit for 10 to 15 minutes.
Once the time is up, strain the mixture.
Next, add the honey to sweeten it. Take 1 tablespoon several times a day, until your pain goes away.
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