Top Doctors Are Now Warning Anyone Over 40 To Stop Taking Ibuprofen Immediately

Published December 8, 2016 by pattinorthey

It seems common for us to be prescribed ibuprofen for nearly every symptom we have. Headaches, toothaches, back pain. Doctors are set on directing their patients to take pill after pill and the pain never permanently goes away. We find ourselves waking up with that same headache or that same neck pain, morning after morning. It’s like a revolving door of hurt and frustration. But what a lot of us don’t know is that it could be damaging your health. Ibuprofen doesn’t cure the pain and in the long run it is toxic to the heart muscle. In fact, so much so that over an extended period of time it may even cause death. The thought is terrifying but the reality is that there is another option that is safeguarded from this scary possibility.

A safer and more natural way to relieve the pain is by using turmeric, which is a plant that is native to southern Asia and has the healing powers of both hidden and pronounced pain. The plant has been issued to patients for thousands of years in Asia and is a major part of Asian medicine.

Originally in plant form, the powder is loaded with powerful polyphenols and the spice form of turmeric is known to assist in over 600 advantages.

You can purchase the powerful ingredient in powder form at most grocery stores and natural food establishments. While the flavor of the brown powder is somewhat spicy and earthy tasting, it can be blended and mixed with a variety of different recipes.

A simple recipe that will do wonders to your body, and not break the bank is listed below:

Mix one tablespoon of turmeric powder, one cup of honey and the juice of one squeezed lemon in a glass
Stir the combination using a wooden spoon
Add a teaspoon of this mixture to a cup of warm water or tea
Enjoy the pain-relieving cocktail three times a day and you will see results in no time
Throw away your ibuprofen.

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