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by Jerome Princy (2019-10-01)

These cherries contain an abundance Arctic Blast Review of 17 antioxidants including anthocyanins and melatonin. Anthocyanins have the potential to inhibit tumor growth, slow heart disease and possibly retard the aging process. We hear about melatonin and its ability to help us sleep --did you know that it also destroys free radicals that damage cells and cause cancer? Just 1 ounce of cherry juice concentrate has 4910 mg of melatonin. That's a bonanza of antioxidants. Are you one of over 50 million Americans who are in chronic pain? If so, please keep reading. I've done some research for you in regards to natural ways to relieve your pain. Of course, I'm assuming that you have gone to your health care provider and are following their instructions. And if you were told to 'learn to live with it', I do have some ideas for you that hopefully will bring relief for the pain. There are many safe and effective natural remedies. If you're looking for natural remedies, here are three areas that you can explore to relieve your pain. There are nutritional solutions, tools to purchase, and techniques to learn. I will give you a brief overview of each to get you started on this journey. First of all pain is how your body gets your attention and asks for help in some area of your life. You might need nutritional support. Nutritional support can come in many forms -- capsules, lotions and liquids. We are going to begin with three - white willow bark, tart cherry juice, and magnesium. White willow bark is the original source of aspirin. It is very safe and very effective in decreasing inflammation. This is important for osteoarthritis and back pain. If you are severely allergic to aspirin you should not use white willow bark. You can take white willow bark in a capsule. Next is tart cherry juice. Research shows that Tart cherry juice is 10 times more effective than aspirin in reducing pain caused by inflammation, arthritis or gout. Tart cherry juice provides relief for joint discomfort, reduces inflammation of joints, improves mobility and reduces headaches. Look for Montmorency cherry juice traditionally known as the 'pie cherry' and the 'healing cherry', great source of potassium and is low in sodium. The fourth most abundant mineral in the body is magnesium. If you have a deficiency in magnesium you could experience muscle spasm and pain, PMS, irritability, depression, insulin resistance, high blood pressure, irregular heart rhythms and heart disease. A German study shows that an increased intracellular magnesium level by only 11% was associated with the reduction of pain in 76 out of 82 people with chronic low back pain. Magnesium is best absorbed through the skin. Look for a lotion or a mineral salt you can use in a bath. Next we'll take a look at 'tools'.