Cramp bark is an herbal remedy traditionally used to treat cramping, notes WebMD. It can alleviate all types of cramps, from muscular spasms to menstrual and pregnancy cramps. It also has a history of use for kidney and ... More »

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Herbal healing remedies include calendula, lemon balm and rosemary, according to Healthline. Ginger, a natural anti-inflammatory, helps in treating nausea, digestive illnesses and in pain reduction, as stated by Medical ... More »

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While some believe that placing a bar of soap under the bed at night helps to stave off leg cramps, medical experts debunk this belief as magical thinking. According to the belief, the soap allegedly gives off magnesium,... More »

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The effectiveness of treatment for leg cramps depends on the underlying cause of the cramp, but most cramps respond well to self-treatment, notes WebMD. Many are also easy to prevent by drinking plenty of fluids and avoi... More »

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The leaves, flowers, fruit, seeds, bark and roots of moringa can act as ingredients in a powerful medicine that treats arthritis, anemia, cancer, epilepsy and high blood pressure. It can also reduce swelling, increase se... More »

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According to WebMD, medications that contain witch hazel leaf extract, witch hazel water and witch hazel bark can be applied directly to the skin to treat hemorrhoids. Witch hazel contains natural substances called tanni... More »

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Pycnogenol, also known as French maritime pine tree bark extract, can increase sperm quality and function in men with fertility problems, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine. A clinical trial concluded tha... More »

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