Product: Natural Muscle Relaxer

Muscle relaxants produce their desired effect by action at the neuromuscular junction, but also have nonspecific effects at other sites. In order to understand the mechanism of action of neuromuscular relaxing agents, it is necessary to understand the depolarization of nerves and subsequent muscle contraction. There is pharmaceutical and natural muscle relaxer. Chamomile flowers for example contain volatile oil which has relaxing, carminative, and anti-inflammatory properties. It is an excellent sedative. Indigestion is also eased with chamomile. Similarly, it can be used as a mouthwash, bathing sore eyes, or in a steam bath to comfort nasal catarrh. In Western complimentary medicine, sage, as an herb, is used to ease colds, flu, cystitis, and as a muscle relaxant.