Neuropathic nerve pain is a tricky beast. No single pain treatment works for everyone, and it can take some time to find what works for you. While over-the-counter and prescription pain medications can effectively treat nerve pain, these come with risks, many of them serious. If you experience a lot of pain, you may be looking for natural remedies to complement or replace heavy-duty pain meds.
Luckily, humanity has been using natural ingredients to treat pain since the dawn of time, and although modern medicine has dramatically improved our lives on the pain front, sometimes it doesn’t hurt to try the all-natural route first.
Nerveology’s Advanced Pain Response contains natural ingredients that are proven effective for reducing joint, muscle, and nerve pain. Here’s a rundown of three key ingredients and how they may help relieve nerve pain.
Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme, used by the body to break down proteins into amino acids. It reduces pain by preventing the release of amines that can cause pain, and it works best when the pain is in a localized area, according to a study published in the Journal of International Medical Research. Serrapeptase is a potent anti-inflammatory and may relieve pain associated with inflammatory neuropathies.
Another proteolytic enzyme extracted from the raw fruit of the papaya, papain is a pain reducer and anti-inflammatory agent. A study published in the journal Forschritte der Medizin found that a proteolytic enzyme preparation was as effective for treating symptoms of shingles, including nerve pain, as acyclovir, the antiviral medication typically used to treat shingles.
#3 Ginger Root Extract
Ginger is a powerful antioxidant, and the National Center for Biotechnology Information cites its effectiveness in helping to manage the effects of diabetes. Ginger has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine in India, known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-pain effects. It’s also been shown to reduce sciatic nerve pain and inflammation.
If you’re suffering from nerve pain, a proteolytic enzyme blend like Advanced Pain Response may give you the relief you’re searching for. Ingredients like papain, serrapeptase, ginger, bromelain, and others are clinically proven to reduce pain, reducing your reliance on over-the-counter and prescription medications.