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Old 11-27-2019, 12:25 PM #1
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How best are neurological pains treated ? I was reading some articles. but I need the drugs

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Hi Dmitri j

Welcome to NeuroTalk .

Your question does not have an easy answer because much depends on the cause(s) of neurological pain.

Asking your doctor to refer you to a neurologist could help you with this.

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You can easily buy tumeric by the pound. It has 2% curcumin, the strongest painkiller in the world. But when I bought my bag it said: warning can expose you to lead and cause birth defects. I don't care. I need it. I mix a teaspoon in 30oz and drink it when I have adverse reactions to attempting a task. I have a genital wound, that tenses up my whole body and distracts me from doing anything. Not like I'm going to have children anyway.

Getting prescribed painkillers is notoriously difficult, because pain is impossible to prove. CBD is stupid. People just want to get high. Research curcuminoids and other natural painkillers for yourself. Maybe you can find a safe alternative. I recommend powders you can mix in drinks and cook with.

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