There’s a POWERFUL weapon in the fight against pain – one that’s been proven to work against nearly every form of agony.
It’s easy to find…
It works FAST…
And there’s nothing to chew, swallow, inject or inhale.
It doesn’t require a specialist with pricey co-pays.
Heck; you don’t even have to visit someone like a chiropractor or an acupuncturist. Sure, both are safe and effective – and I recommend them – but they do take time and money.
This one requires NONE of the ABOVE, and it works for:
- Neuropathy/nerve pain
- Back and neck pain
- Chronic pain
- …and more!
All you have to do is “sniff out” the right remedy – and today, I’m going to show you how.
When it comes to pain, the NOSE always KNOWS
Aromatherapy is often dismissed as wacky, out-there nonsense.
But the SCIENCE shows it’s not wacky… it’s not out-there… and it’s definitely NOT nonsense.
See, your sense of smell has a powerful effect on your body, and not just when it comes to sensing something delicious cooking in the oven.
You have some 450 olfactory receptors in the back of your nose. They not only help detect what you smell, but also lead to OTHER reactions in the brain and throughout the entire body.
That’s why certain scents can lift your mood… help you to de-stress and relax… slash your blood pressure… and more.
But today, let’s look at how it can help with PAIN…
I’ve sniffed out some of the BEST SCENTS for beating pain, from minor aches to chronic agonies, found as essential oils or in other remedies.
In many cases, they can be used either topically – directly on your trouble spot – or with the scent alone via a diffuser. For best results, consider both approaches (and always follow the instructions as some are not meant for direct skin contact):
Peppermint: It’s not just for candy canes at Christmas! Peppermint is a powerful inflammation-fighting superstar shown to work for tension headaches, muscle pain, joint pain and more.
Lavender: In one study of patients with migraines, seven out of ten got relief from 15 minutes with the gentle scent of lavender oil. It’s also been shown to fight inflammation and, in a landmark study on children, it eased post-surgical pain. It can also help with anxiety, especially when that anxiety accompanies pain.
Ginger: This potent spice can do more than jazz up your meals. In one study of patients with back pain given massage, folks who also had the scent of ginger got far more relief than the ones who had the massage alone.
Bergamot: You know that distinct smell from a cup of Earl Grey? That’s bergamot – and an animal study in 2015 found it’s effective at easing neuropathic pain. That’s not as good as a human study, but some people swear by it. Since it’s safe, you can certainly try it for yourself.
Other great pain-fighting options for aromatherapy include chamomile, eucalyptus and rosemary, but for a more customized approach speak to a holistic doctor.