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Asian Spice Works BETTER Than Aspirin!?

Dear Reader,

We’ve all been there before…

Waking up with a painful kink in your neck… or spending your day in the dark because you’ve got a headache that just won’t quit.

And when you’re hit with either of these, the first things you probably reach for is a bottle of aspirin.

Unfortunately, taking aspirin — though it might provide temporary relief — is loaded with all kinds of DANGEROUS side effects like ulcers, stroke… and if you take it too much, kidney or liver failure.

But it doesn’t have to be this way any longer.

Because Mother Nature has provided us with an all-natural and SAFE way to cure your pain…

And its thanks to this Asian spice that works just as well as popping some pills.

If you didn’t know already, ginger is one of the healthiest spices on earth. It’s loaded with all kinds of bioactive compounds and nutrients from folate, iron, to protein, zinc, and more.

But it’s main bioactive compound is gingerol, which has STRONG anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, making it a great treatment for your pain.

Because both ginger and aspirin possess anti-inflammatory properties that can not only reduce swelling but also BLOCKS pain in your body.

And ginger does it WITHOUT the nasty side effects of aspirin.

Which means it can help cure conditions, like inflammation, muscle pain, even arthritis.

This powerhouse spice is also jam-packed with 12 different antioxidant compounds that defend your body against cell damage and oxidative stress.

So if you want to help fight inflammation in your body, ease pain or keep heart disease at bay, you can skip the aspirin and sip a cup of ginger tea (or steep some fresh ginger in a cup).

If that’s not ideal for you, you can also reap the benefits by taking a ginger capsule herbal supplement. Research recommends taking a 100mg dose daily.

But talk to your doctor before starting a ginger regimen. Ginger also serves a blood thinner, so it’s important to make sure it won’t interfere with your current meds.