The 5 Kitchen Ingredients To Ease Your Pain

Ginger For Headache

Ginger For HeadacheHave you ever noticed that your shattering headache just vanishes when you sip in that cup of ginger laden tea? Yes, it is not just the aroma of the tea that works, but it is loaded with some really fabulous analgesic properties that just fades out your headaches and calms you down. Crush 2 inch, peeled, fresh ginger, and boil it in 300 ml water. Mix it with a little honey and sip the concoction. Alternatively, you can prepare a paste by mixing dry ginger powder, turmeric powder, and black pepper powder with a few drops of coconut oil. Warm the mixture and apply on your forehead and feel the pain being absorbed away. Natural remedies using ginger tea >>

Turmeric for Joint & Muscular Pain

Turmeric for Joint & Muscular PainSenior citizens of the home – this one is for you. Loaded with curcumin, this golden yellow spice is a powerful anti-inflammatory and analgesic agent. Just mix 1 tsp turmeric powder in 200 ml water with ½ a teaspoon honey. Drink this concoction and notice the difference it brings. You will find it easier to move on without pain. Best home remedies using turmeric >>

Sesame Oil For Earaches

Sesame Oil For EarachesKids are quite often prone to ear aches arising from infections or hardening of the wax. Loaded with anti-microbial, analgesic, and anti-inflammatory properties, they easily ease the pain involved. Warm sesame oil and mix it in some turmeric powder to make a paste. Apply a warm compress of sesame oil around the ear will also alleviate the pain.

Fenugreek Seeds For Menstrual Pain

Fenugreek Seeds For Menstrual PainThe antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory properties of fenugreek seeds relaxes the uterine muscles and eases the pain and cramps. Soak a tablespoon of the seeds overnight in water. Drink the water as the first thing in the morning after you discard the seeds.  Lemon water for menstrual cramps >>

Cloves for Toothaches

Cloves for ToothachesMy grandmother always used to ask us to chew the cloves whenever we complained of tooth ache of gum inflammation. While the pungent flavor might prevent you from trying this out, the anesthetic and anti-inflammatory nature of these tiny black spices are really tempting. Just chew a clove or apply clove oil on the infected area to reap the antibacterial and antiseptic properties of this kitchen ingredient.

What are your kitchen solutions for common pains and aches? Share with us your kitchen secrets…