Tuesday, June 18, 2013

5 Kitchen Tips For Your Sore Muscles

Caring for your sore muscles

I found some really cute ideas for products out of your kitchen to use. Not just for your face but your hair, your nails and more. I am thinking about writing about it so here are a few tips from your kitchen.. It's starting to get warmer and that means more of you are going back outside to exercise. After being inside all winter there is a good chance you just might be overdoing it and your muscles are hurting. How about trying these nature tips from your kitchen to help ease those achy muscles.

1: Fill a sock with uncooked rice (not to compactly) tie a knot in the end, and heat it in the microwave for four or five minutes. Place the warm sock on your back, neck, forehead or anywhere you maybe feeling pain. Try it for ten minutes. The reusable heating pad conforms wherever applied. Simple and free.

2-How about another one for helping with sore muscles. Try using Baby powder like a massage oil, it lubricating the skin to reduce friction the greasy mess of oil.

3-Don't forget to drink your Gatorade to soothe and rejuvenate your achy muscles. Gatorade will quickly replenish your body with carbohydrates.

4-Massage a generous amount of yellow mustard into sore muscles and then cover it with a washcloth dampened with warm water. Wait for about 15 minutes, allowing the heat from the mustard penetrate your body, then just rinse it off clean.

5-Mix a tablespoon of horseradish into half a cup of olive oil. Let it set for< about 30 minutes so that the horseradish infuses with the oil. Massage the spicy oil into sore muscles for instant relief. How about that?
Would you ever think that in your kitchen is a store of goodies to replace all those costly products. Just remember that anything
you do be careful and follow all your doctors instructions.

What do you use for your sore muscles?
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