Our body always seeks way to show us or warn us of things that happen within us, so if we have a tense muscle we must act immediately to guard against complications later.
Muscle relaxants, also known as painkillers, are substances that help a collapsed muscle relax or we can slightly alleviate their pain and discomfort.
Having contracted muscles limiting our mobility to perform daily tasks and this happens by an overuse of the muscle or on the contrary, keeping it in the same position for a long time.
These muscle contractions result in extreme tiredness, pains, headache and fever, so doctors usually prescribe pain relievers, anti-inflammatory or soothing, depending on the affected area.
There are some natural remedies that you can prepare at home to improve this type of ailments.
This plant has soothing, anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic properties.
Prepare an infusion with a sachet or a tablespoon of Chamomile in a cup of boiling water. Let stand for a few minutes and drink it. You can do it several times a day.
This flower is useful for making oils, due to its soothing properties.
Lavender flower oil applied to do a massage with circular movements in the area affected and contracted. This helps the blood circulation in place to improve. If you have access to the tropical flower you can make a decoction and a swim warm Lavender flower.
Due to its antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory properties, it allows the muscles to relax and return to their natural state.
Branches of Rosemary oil serves to relax the joints. The immersion bath helps relax the body by relaxing and intense aroma of the plant. Rosemary infusion is recommended to apply it in a cloth and place it on you muscle affected by 30 minutes, this can be repeated two or three times a day.
This plant is recommended to relieve menstrual pains, relieve stress and ease anxiety.
You infusiona some of the branches in a cup of water boiling for 5 to 10 minutes. Strain the drink and takes during the day, but no more than two cups since it may cause drowsiness.
It can be consumed in liquid or solid form and is efficient thanks to its powerful anti-inflammatory properties.
Add a little Cayenne to drinks, herbal teas, or smoothies that you prepare. Or you can also use it as exfoliating, performing massage into affected muscles.