Natural Health E-Book "The Pain of Pain Relievers" Published

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New e-book asserts that without safe OTC pain relief, Americans may turn to natural remedies and never look back.

Health journalist Bill Sardi announces the launch of his new natural health e-book guide to pain relief, "The Pain of Pain Relievers: The Modern Guide to Natural Pain Relief." With the realization that there are no safe over-the-counter (OTC) pain relievers, many Americans are turning to natural remedies and may never return to aspirin, ibuprofen, acetaminophen or COX-2 inhibitors that hospitalize hundreds of thousands and cause thousands of needless deaths annually.

One neurology professor reports 7 of 10 patients with chronic pain were able to completely abandon their use of prescription and non-prescription pain pills after taking a natural remedy.

The newly published natural health e-book, "The Pain of Pain Relievers," sorts out which natural remedies are applicable to different types of pain, such as migraines, low back pain, nerve sheath pain (example: carpal tunnel, sciatica), and knee, hip, shoulder and TMJ jaw pain caused by rheumatoid or osteoarthritis. Among other natural remedies that also appear to be safe and effective include glucosamine, SAMe, magnesium, bromelain, ginger root, B vitamins, and oral hyaluronic acid.

"The Pain Of Pain Relievers: The Modern Guide to Natural Pain Relief," is a four-part e-book. Part one explains the problems and pitfalls of OTC pain relievers and part two asks, "Should you take an aspirin every day?" Part three features a guide to natural pain relievers and part four outlines a natural, non-narcotic pain remedy that is better than morphine. To learn more about natural health and pain relief, visit the website at http://www.naturalhealthlibrarian.com.

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Bill Sardi

Knowledge of Health, Inc.

457 West Allen Avenue #117

San Dimas, CA 91773 USA

Telephone: 909 596-9507

Facsimile: 909 596-9189

http://www.naturalhealthlibrarian.com

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