How to Use Tulsi Leaves and Devil’s Claw for Body Pain

You get body pain due to various reasons and one common reason would be straining a lot. The body ache will turn you to be fatigue and will let your productivity down. Here are some natural home remedies to get rid of body pain. In this article lets us see how to use devil’s claw and tulsi leaves to alleviate the excessive body pain.

Tulsi (basil) Leaves



Many ayurvedic scripts have praised the qualities of basil leaves. It’s a great antibiotic and anti-inflammatory herb that alleviates the pain effectively. Apart from relieving the pain, the herb also helps you from relieving the tiredness. Take a handful of basil leaves and add two glass of water and steep it until the concoction turns to be reddish brown in color. Strain the liquid add some honey and drink this tea at least twice in a day. It’s the best of home remedies for body pain.

Devil’s Claw



Devils claw is one of the folk tale medicines that will help you to ward off the pain and aches in the body. This also an effective medicine for rheumatism and arthritis. Mix up 3grams of devil’s claw in a glass of warm water and add a teaspoon of honey to sweeten and consume this drink once daily to ward off the pain in the body. Devil’s claw is the best of home remedies for body pain.You could also try out

Turmeric Milk



Turmeric contains curcumin which relaxes your body and the anti-inflammatory agents in turmeric will help you to ward off the inflammation in the body. Therefore add ½ a teaspoon of turmeric powder to a glass of milk and heat the mixture. Drink this milk twice daily as it is one of the easiest home remedies for body pain.


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