6 Weeks to a Pain-Free Life

Our editors have created a 6-week newsletter series that tackles various types of pain, and offers expert insight on combating it—naturally!

Whether it’s a backache, migraine, or arthritis, everyone experiences pain at some point in life. Fortunately, most pain is fleeting. But for an estimated 100 million Americans, pain is a part of daily life—making it more prevalent than diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combined! Instead of popping handfuls of potentially harmful pills that provide only short-term relief, we’re here to help you beat the pain game for good using targeted natural remedies. Over the next six weeks, we’ll cover the following pain-related topics:

Week 1: Pain Explained: Why Different Types Require Different Treatments

Week 2: Reclaim Healthy Joints & Ease Arthritis

Week 3: Vanquish Back and Neck Pain

Week 4: Managing Acute Pain (such as migraines, menstrual cramps, and pulled muscles)

Week 5: Tame Nerve Pain (such as sciatica and neuropathy)

Week 6: Soothe Abdominal & IBS Pain

Stop letting pain rule your life. Natural therapies get to the root cause of pain and come with little to no side effects—and best of all, they really work!

This series will start Wednesday, September 19th, don't wait to register!



The Surprising Truth About Pain

Welcome to the first installment of our 6-week newsletter looking into the impact of pain in the body—and the potentially debilitating effects of unmanaged pain. There is hope! In the coming weeks, we’ll show you how to find relief from all types of pain and inflammation, including acute pain, migraines, menstrual cramps, and joint problems.


The Best Natural Treatments for Nerve Pain

If you’ve dealt with sciatica or diabetic neuropathy, you know the agony of nerve pain. Certain herbs and vitamins can help ease nerve pain while also helping to relax muscles and quiet the mind. Learn more in our next Pain Management installment.


5 Supplements for Arthritis

Arthritis is simply inflammation of a joint, usually accompanied by swelling, stiffness, and pain. We take a look at the best natural remedies for pain associated with arthritis.