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This Herb Is Strong Enough for Cancer Pain

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If you suffer from chronic pain, there are three things you need from your painkiller… You want it to be natural. It has to be effective. And it should be safe to use over time.

And this powerful Chinese herb meets all of those criteria…

It relieves both inflammation and nerve pain. In fact, it’s so potent Eastern medicine practitioners use it to ease the pain caused by terminal cancer.

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New Research Reveals Why This Sciatica Treatment Fails

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It might be the first treatment your doctor recommends for sciatica pain. But new research shows this “solution” doesn’t relieve pain any better than a sugar pill.

Dr. Harley Goldberg, director of spine care services at Kaiser Permanente San Jose Medical Center in California, was the lead researcher of this new study. With his colleagues, he investigated the effectiveness of this common sciatica treatment.

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5 Surprising Benefits of Medicinal Marijuana

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Earlier this week, Health Watch readers discovered an outlawed Chinese herb that may work better than surgery for weight loss. But that’s not the only controversial plant that may help save your health… You already know marijuana could be the key to fighting childhood epilepsy. You may even be aware of its ability to correct vision problems and fight nausea.

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The Truth About Your Back Pain

In All Health Watch, Arthritis, Big Pharma, Featured Article, Pain Relief by INH Research0 Comments

OTC painkillers are supposed to be a quick and easy solution. But new research confirms what we’ve been telling Health Watch readers for years: These drugs may be a total waste of your time…especially when it comes to back pain.1

Researchers in Australia looked at 13 different trials on acetaminophen use and lower back pain. They found it was ineffective when it came to reducing pain intensity and disability.

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