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Medic for Muscle Cramps

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7. Rosemary


Rosemary has anti-inflammatory properties that can help calm inflamed muscle tissue and reduce pain and soreness. It also has a warming effect that promotes relaxation. It can even speed up the recovery time because rosemary is easily absorbed through the skin.

  • Put one ounce of rosemary leaves in a one-pint jar and fill the jar with boiling water. Cover and let it steep for 30 minutes. Soak a washcloth in this warm solution and put it on the affected area for 10 to 15 minutes. When the pain improves, follow it with a cold compress.
  • Add one or two teaspoons of dried rosemary to one cup of hot water. Let it steep for about 10 minutes and then strain it. Drink this tea two or three times a day.

8. Stretching Exercises



Performing simple stretching exercises can help relieve muscle cramps. Stretch the affected muscle with a mild, static stretch for 15 to 30 seconds at a time and rub the affected area gently to help it relax.

You can also go for a swim. The movement of muscles in water helps stretch them out and ease soreness. Plus, cold water helps reduce inflammation and pain.

Note: If stretching causes more intense pain, stop doing it.

Medic for Muscle Cramps was last modified: July 29th, 2015 by Top10HomeRemedies
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9 thoughts on “Medic for Muscle Cramps”

  1. highly informative.I have severe abdominal cramps.I donot know whether it is because of disc compression,dehydration or diabetes.

  2. I already try the apple cider vineger & honey it affects to me, I took every day but mixed with cold water and make it like juice drink. So far so good is cure on me.

  3. Thank you for posting! My mother had bad foot cramping, so we tried the warm water and Epsom salt treatment but with a basin of warm water and not an entire bath, and about a tablespoon of the salt. She soaked her feet for the 20mins and it worked quite well. 🙂

  4. Not sure what kind of Dr. to go see for my leg cramps, some say a back dr, some say go get your nerves check… I really don’t know what to do, at the moment I had a cramp on my inner right thigh and on my left outter leg,it’s hard to find comfort, and it hurts like hell… So any solutions or recommendations, please help…

  5. Can we take calcium lactate in powder format to mix up with apple cider vinegar and honey?? To prevent nocturnal cramps

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