What are the Best Natural Muscle Relaxers?

What are the Best Natural Muscle Relaxers?

✓ Turmeric

This medicinal root is widely used as a supplement to help improve overall muscle health. The phytonutrient curcumin it contains is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. Indians people introduce a small amount of curcumin into their diet to be proactive in preventing muscle soreness, to reduce muscle pain and to recover from exercise-induced muscle damage.

Turmeric Powder | Turmeric Capsules

✓ Ginger

Ginger has also been used since time immemorial to treat many health problems, such as muscle pain. Ayurvedic healers recognize it for its usefulness in reducing muscle pain and soreness. They use this miracle root to relieve muscle cramps and spams.

Dried Ginger

✓ Chamomile

As old books tell us, chamomile has compounds that have anti-inflammatory properties. It is an ancient herb that our grandparents used to treat a variety of ailments, including cramps and muscle spasms. You can prepare an infusion of chamomile if you want to take the herb internally, or use it externally as essential oil diluted in a carrier oil.

Dried Chamomile | Chamomile Essential Oil

✓ Acerola Cherry

One of the phytonutrients of cherry is the anthocyanin which is known to relieve sore muscles and reduce post-exercise symptoms of muscle damage, including pain, inflammation and loss of strength. Its many components contribute to muscle contraction, increased energy and electrolyte replenishment during a workout. It is why Acerola is well known as the Superfood for Athletes!

✓ Capsaicin

The Capsaicin in the Cayenne Peppers (the same compound responsible for the heat) has been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects. It has been used for thousands of years to help treat many health problems, such as muscle pain. It is why many people considered it to be the king of medicinal herbs.

Capsaicin Extract Powder

✓ Vitamin D3

Vitamin D3 contributes to the maintenance of normal muscle function. Some studies show that high levels of vitamin D can improve muscle strength. Not surprisingly, this vitamin is increasingly recognized as playing an important role in normal muscle function, and vitamin D deficiency can worsen muscle function.

EC Regulation 1924/2006 EU Health Claims: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/en/ALL/?uri=CELEX:32006R1924

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✓ Magnesium

Magnesium contributes to normal muscle function. It is well known that it contributes to flexibility, increase relaxation, reduce inflammation, and helps release tight, sore and cramped muscles. People of all ages use this “super-pill” to relaxe muscles and control their contractions. Indeed, as stated in the health claim, this mineral is essential for proper muscle function:

EC Regulation 1924/2006 EU Health Claims: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/en/ALL/?uri=CELEX:32006R1924


✓ Epsom Salt

Old traditions tell us that a little Epsom salt in a bath helps sore muscles and reduces swelling by providing magnesium. It is in fact a famous “detoxifying” home remedy that speeds up the healing of muscle strains and relieves muscle pain due to overwork. That’s why our grandparents enjoyed an Epsom salt soak to treat minor aches and pains.

Epsom Salt

✓ Collagen

Collagen is the most abundant structural protein in human body. It is found in the muscles, bones, tendons and skin. Since collagen is an important component of muscle, one of the reasons why muscle mass decreases with age is because of the decrease in collagen. The most beneficial effects known of collagen supplementation is a higher muscle strength.

Collagen Powder

✓ Stinging Nettle

Nettle has a long medicinal history in the treatment of sore muscles. It has been used for hundreds of years to treat many muscle ailments and was a favorite plant of our grandparents. You can take it as a dietary supplement or apply it directly to the affected area.

Stinging Nettle Root Powder | Stinging Nettle Leaf


What are the Best Natural Muscle Relaxers?
What are the Best Natural Muscle Relaxers?


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