For days I scoured the internet looking for forum postings, articles and studies that focused on natural remedies that have helped various RLS Sufferers to lessen their symptoms.
No name-brand remedies or pharmaceuticals were included.
What became apparent during this research is that there are certain remedies that have worked for a LOT of different RLS sufferers.
Here are the most popular remedies and antagonists:
Vitamin B3 (Niacin)
Vitamin B11 (Folic Acid)
Calcium / Magnesium
Butcher’s Broom (Ruscus Aculeatus)
Tonic Water (Quinine)
Bar of Soap Under the Sheets
Gluten (found in Wheat)
MSG (Monosodium Glutamate)
Wheat (products contain Gluten plus additional additives)
Because of my certainty that inflammation is the primary cause of Restless Legs Syndrome, I couldn’t help wonder if any of these supplements that people kept mentioning had any anti-inflammatory qualities to them?
I also wondered what sort of relationship these antagonists have with inflammation, if any?
So, I set out toward a place I swore I’d never go to. That sick corner of Cyberspace where the mice torturers report on the mice torturing.
What I found was truly amazing!
It turns out that ALL of the above remedies have anti-inflammatory qualities and EVER SINGLE antagonist has inflammation inducing properties.
You can check out my findings and the scientific evidence here:
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