Aspirin breaks down or converts into ascetic acid inside the body and eats up red blood cells. It’s an easily accessible over-the-counter drug that’s commonly used for different types of pain relief ranging from headaches to arthritis. It’s also recommended by cardiologists to heart patients to help reduce the risk of heart attack.
Aspirin has these known side effects:
- Intestinal and stomach ulcers
- Liver toxicity
- Tinnitus (ringing of the ears)
- Reye’s Syndrome
- Cerebral micro-bleeds
- Kidney failure
- Blood thinning and excessive bleeding
Herbs that contain amounts of salicin include:
- White willow bark
- Red willow bark
- Black willow bark
- Balm of gilead, and
The herbs feverfew, peppermint, and wood betony should or can be added to the herbs above to create a natural pain relieving tea that can be drunk throughout the day and as much as you like in order to naturally eradicate a headache.
The herbs milk thistle seed, dandelion, boldo, goldenseal, tumeric, Oregon grape, artichoke, blue flag, gentian root, and barberry will heal, repair, and cleanse the liver. Carbon (activated charcoal) will also greatly help to cleanse the liver.
Females who take Midol drug for menstrual-related pain and cramps would do much better to take the herbs feverfew, cramp bark, and black haw. A liquid calcium supplement will greatly reduce menstrual-related pain. Calcium is nature’s nervine and tranquilizer. Serious suffers of headaches, especially migraines, would do well to use the herbs aspirin was originally made from. Aspirin was originally made from herbs rich in the alkaloid salicin, which converts into salicylic acid inside the body, which has an anti-inflammatory effect on the body and thereby neutralizes pain.
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