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Recent research indicates that sport related injuries can be treated using natural substances such as herbs, spices and tonics, so no wonder that these natural cures are gaining traction among athletes and fitness enthusiasts. And what is more they are effective and have no side effects.
Here are four natural ways to ease aches and pains as well as to heal injuries:
Epsom salt contains magnesium and sulphur, which reduce inflammation and flush out toxins. For best results, dissolve a cup of Epsom salt in a tub of hot water and relax in it for at least 20 minutes. Ingesting Epsom salt by sprinkling it over your food, or by dissolving a quarter teaspoon in water and drinking it, is believed to produce serotonin which is a natural remedy for depression; but remember, too much salt is never a good thing. Continue reading