The Chinese Herb that
Chases Away Pain

Urgent Health Alert reveals a natural option that can get you past the pain… FAST!

You probably already know that eating the Chinese vegetable bok choy gives you better bone and joint health…

And that the Chinese have long used Chinese skullcap to block the painful symptoms of arthritis and inflammation.

And you’ve heard of acupuncture — the ancient Chinese healing process that alleviates migraines, tension and other pain.

But there’s another Chinese herb that takes away another kind of pain that oppresses too many people today: Nerve pain.

Working with Chinese scientists, researchers at the University of California, Irvine set out to screen 10 traditional Chinese medicines known as analgesics, testing nearly 500 compounds for their pain-relieving abilities to determine how well they performed for patients suffering from nerve pain.

Here’s what they found…

Of all the medicines and compounds tested, one stood out: Dehydrocorybulbine (DHCB) from the roots of the Corydalis yanhusuo plant.

In tests on rodents, not only did DHCB prove to diminish both inflammatory pain, which is associated with tissue damage, but also the severe pain caused by damage to the nervous system — in other words, nerve pain.

Even better, the researchers discovered that DHCB did not generate the tolerance seen with continued use of most conventional pain relievers, like morphine, so it could continue to provide pain relief over time without the need to repeatedly up the dosage.

…Corydalis is a flowering herbal plant that grows in Siberia, Northern China and Japan. People utilize its root extract to alleviate menstrual cramps, chest pain and abdominal pain. It’s been previously studied for its analgesic properties, but this is the first time its active compound, DHCB, was been identified, extracted and tested.

And, DHCB is just one of the active alkaloids in corydalis that has potential for providing pain relief, so there’s no telling what other painful conditions this plant may help alleviate.

Do you live with the daily suffering
brought on by nerve pain?

If you have been put on statin drugs, or if you’re a true diabetic and suffer from nerve pain, or you have sciatica or tennis elbow, you know the sensations of stabbing, prickling, burning, and tingling that make it hard to work, to do what you want, or simply enjoy yourself.

DHCB alone is not currently available, but it is a component of the Corydalis yanhusuo root. You can buy the whole herb, just the root, or the rhizome, each as a dried powder, or you can also get the powdered root extract and the extract as a pill supplement.

You can also get it as a tincture which you can put a few drops of in your favorite tea. There is no recommended dose, so you can try and see what works best for you.

If you’re ready to say goodbye to the pain, without the dangerous side effects and poor results of prescription medications, it’s good to have a natural option.

If you suffer from other types of chronic pain or headaches, and conventional medicine has let you down — or you just want to escape the potential dangers of prescription drugs even for occasional pain — you must read this free urgent health report on the Five Most Common Pain Mistakes and How To Start Living Pain Free Today.

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