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Natural Muscle Relaxers

If you’ve had any type of muscle tension, I’m sure you’ve tried different pain relievers and natural remedies. Here are some natural muscle relaxers to help relieve those aches and pains.

natural muscle relaxers

Natural Muscle Relaxers

If you’re someone who has ever struggled with back pain, then you’ve probably used some form of muscle relaxer. Muscle relaxers are used to help reduce the amount of spasmodic activity that takes place in the muscles. Many of the pills taken by people can have a host of side effects, including drowsiness, fatigue, depression, and even can even be highly addictive for some people.

If those kinds of effects seem unpleasant, then you will be excited to know that there are natural alternatives to these medications. Here are a few natural muscle relaxers to try!

1. Chamomile

This wonderful little flower known as chamomile is a popular main ingredient of teas. These teas are usually sold as a way to help relax people, and help them get sleep. This effect is due to the flavonoids that carry powerful antioxidant properties. These properties can help reduce inflammation, and make it easier for your body to heal itself after some pains and discomfort. It can easily be found in a variety of natural food stores and tea houses.

2. Magnesium

This mineral is essential for the transmission of messages between your brain, nerves and muscles. People who are low in magnesium could possibly experience a small amount of muscle pain, and so it might be really a great idea to grab a handful of your favorite nuts to munch on before you start your daily exercise.

3. Cherry Juice

Cherries are a great source of vitamins, and theyíre great for jazzing up drinks. Cherries are great for reducing both muscle and joint pain. This is especially great for people who run or do other continuous physical activity. Grabbing a glass of cherry juice can help your muscles to relax, and reduce inflammation caused by the tiny tears in muscle tissue.

4. Blueberries

There’s no doubt that blueberries are one of nature’s greatest gifts. These small super sweet berries can add a ton of flavor to your frozen drinks, and make a great treat when you’re on the go. The main reason why the appear on this list though, is that they are another extremely strong antioxidant. Blueberries are full of vitamins that both deliver important phytonutrients, and help you to process or breakdown other essential nutrients. If you drink a blueberry based drink before a workout, you can reduce the amount of time that it takes to recover from the strenuous activity.

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5. Essential Oils

Essential oils are great natural muscle relaxers! They can soothe and relax muscles and joints with cooling then warming sensations.

  • Peppermint contains menthol, which has a cooling effect on sore, achy muscles. It also has analgesic, antispasmodic, and anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Eucalyptus has a cooling effect on muscles and reduces pain and inflammation.
  • Chamomile oils can alleviate pain and inflammation. They also help soothe muscle tension and reduce spasms.
  • Ginger has a warming effect on sore muscles, which helps relieve pain.
  • Black pepper alleviates pain by warming up your body.
  • Clove is often used to treat pain. It also has a warming effect on sore muscles.

You can get all of those oils in this amazing sore muscle cream. The fast-acting relief is also a great way to:

  • Banish tension
  • Relax muscles
  • Help relieve joint discomfort
  • Offer recovery after a strenuous workout
  • Address pains association with arthritis, tennis elbow, or shin splints
  • Alleviate lower back pain, as well as neck and shoulder pain
  • Soothe aching feet, ankles, and heels
  • Address effects of restless legs

Read more here: https://www.rockymountainoils.com/learn/complete-relief-tohi-tension-muscle-rub/

CBD Oil

CBD, a non-euphoriant, anti-inflammatory analgesic has been successfully studied as a natural pain reliever.

According to Healthline, researchers think that CBD interacts with receptors in your brain and immune system. Receptors are tiny proteins attached to your cells that receive chemical signals from different stimuli and help your cells respond. This creates anti-inflammatory and painkilling effects that help with pain management. This means that CBD oil may benefit people with chronic pain, such as chronic back pain.

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Kippi

Saturday 12th of January 2019

Great information. I had never heard that having blueberries before a workout helped recover from the workout. I bought some fresh ones yesterday and I will try to have them more often. Happy New Year, Kippi #kippiathome

Vicki

Monday 14th of January 2019

Kippi - I never knew this either! Blueberries are amazing.

Julie

Friday 11th of January 2019

This is so good to know. Thanks. My husband often comes home from the gym having overdone it just a little.

Karen Del Tatto

Thursday 10th of January 2019

I just recently looked into magnesium to help with non-diabetic nerve pain that I have in my toes. I also read that it is referred to as the "chill pill". With my anxiety being an issue of late, that sounds like a pill I'd like to take! lol.

I do like chamomile tea. I need to start drinking that again.

Thanks for this informative post!

Vicki

Monday 14th of January 2019

I love magnesium! I take it at night before bed.

Kim~madeinaday

Monday 7th of January 2019

These are great! I will pass on to my daughter who always has leg cramps! Thank you for sharing on Merry Monday! We hope you will join us again next week! Kim