A Guide To Natural Pain Relievers

People are turning to natural pain relievers as more information continues to pour forth over the dangers associated with over the counter pain killers and prescription drugs. Most consumers know by now that over 100,000 people a year are admitted to the hospital as a result of consuming these dangerous NSAIDs. The reason natural pain medication and natural pain remedies are becoming mainstream is obvious. People are looking for a safer way to deal with both chronic pain and inflammation, as well as the short term pain relief that everyone needs from time to time.

There are over 20 botanicals that have shown some ability to reduce pain or inflammation and have become the next great natural pain medication. Some companies have blended several of the following herbs in an effort to promote a natural pain medicine with varying results: Boswellia, Cayenne, Clematis, Condurango, Dong Quai, Echinacea, Ephedra, Ginger, Guarana, Jamaican Dogwood, Kava, Meadowsweet, Pau d”arco, St. John’s-Wart, Turmeric (curcumin), and Willow Bark. All of these products on their own or combined have some history of working, but everyone is still looking for the best pain relief product that has ingredients that are natural pain relievers.Learn more about this at home tips and tricks.

I was speaking with a scientist a few months ago and we were discussing the damage that pain relievers cause and how current marketing techniques have enticed customers to buy without realizing the potential harm. He told me of the power of the hops flowers (humulus lupulus) when standardized. I had heard of some hops powders that were not very effective but learned that they only had 1%- 3% alpha acids along with some undesirable phytoestrogens. This new product (ISORELIEF) he explained, as only a scientist can, has 35% alpha acids which is what causes the dramatic success of the product.

According to Dr. Eric there are 7 major pain-causing biochemicals, including Prostaglandin E-2, which is the primary compound producing pain and inflammation in the body. The product which is called ISORELIEF, works on all seven biochemicals that cause pain the body: Cyclooxygenase (Cox 2), Lipooxygenase (5-Lox), Iso-P (Isoprostane), NFKappa, TNF-alpha, iNOS (inducible nitric oxide synthase, and RNS (Reactive Nitrogen Species).

This product is the most extensively tested of all the natural pain relievers, and when tested against the top botanicals were over 20 times as potent. That bears repeating. 20 TIMES AS POTENT. It is powerful enough to rival the OTC drugs but with a much better safety profile. It will one day become the top pain relief product surpassing the OTC as more people realize the danger of aspirin and ibuprofen and turn to natural pain remedies.

I am not sure how many retailers have this product yet but it has 14 patents pending and has had extensive clinical trials. I was fortunate to try this product as well as speak with over a dozen people that have all tried it personally. It works within 20 minutes and should be considered to replace the harmful products you may currently use. It should also be considered instead of the other less effective botanicals. Of course for long term issues of inflammation, nothing surpasses my all time favorite Serrapeptase Rx, by Enerex in Canada. But for day to day issues that pop up with pain and inflammation nothing appears to come close to the power of Isorelief.

Mark Schumacher is a 57 year old health advocate that owns a health supplement company. He is a former premed student and EMT that now invests his time in teaching and training young athletes. He also consults with clients on health and weight issues and believes that education along with a healthy diet and the right supplements is the solution to the nations health problem. In addition he is a 2 time National Black Belt Taekwondo Champion in 2006 and 2007 at the age of 55 and 56 while competing against men 20 years his junior. Many of his clients have gone from multiple prescription drugs(as many as 27 a day) to none thru learning what the body really requires to be healthy over a lifetime.