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10 Natural Alternatives to Prescription Pain Medication

In an era of overmedication from pain relievers and abuse of the same prescription medications, we might rightly ask, “What did our forefathers do about pain?” Were they “super strong” and are we contemporary humans just weak “snowflakes”? Actually, our forefathers had plenty of natural and non-addictive methods for minimising pain.

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  Re-Connect With Ancient Indian Holistic Wisdom to Treat the Root Cause of Pain   Re-Connect With Ancient Indian Holistic Wisdom to Treat the Root Cause of Pain

The human body is a latticework of energies vibrating at different frequencies, which encompass physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects. It has been perfectly created to provide optimal function as long as we observe the laws of nature. When we divert from these laws through breathing polluted air, eating food far from its natural state, drinking chemical-laden water, ingesting toxic medications, smoking cigarettes, drinking alcohol, usinginorganic body care and household products, being exposed to electro-magnetic pollution, and even thinking negative thoughts, imbalances result within our energies, leading to dis-ease.

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5 Simple Acupressure Points to Relieve Stress and Anxiety

The ancient healing modality of acupressure was developed in Asia over 5,000 years ago and has been filtered and refined ever since. It is a simple yet effective therapy that is often used as a means of self-treatment to reduce pain and tension, decrease stress, fire up the immune system and boost circulation, contributing to the treatment’s broad scope of use from healing emotional pain to improving sexual performance.

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