By Claire Smith, FourFourSeconds.comA number of research studies have looked at the use of coffee as an analgesic.
In some, researchers found that coffee consumption led to significant reductions in pain.
In other studies, they found that people who drank coffee had lower rates of certain kinds of pain.
So, if you’re looking for a coffee pain reliever, you might want to think twice before you try the herb.
In a study published in the American Journal of Physiology, researchers examined the effects of drinking a coffee drink containing an anti-inflammatory compound called kratom on people with chronic pain.
The team used a clinical sample of nearly 5,000 adults who had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), chronic pain, arthritis, chronic fatigue, multiple sclerosis, and fibromyalgia.
The researchers found coffee consumption decreased pain-related markers, including pain thresholds, blood pressure, and blood sugar levels.
The participants in the study reported a decrease in pain intensity and pain-killing properties of painkillers.
In another study, published in The Journal of Pain, researchers studied people with pain who were given a variety of anti-anxiety medications.
Those who were drinking coffee experienced an average reduction in anxiety symptoms.
The researchers said the caffeine-free coffee drink was “extremely effective at reducing anxiety symptoms in some patients with chronic anxiety.”
It’s important to note that this research is preliminary and is not meant to recommend the use or use of kratom for treating pain.
There are no definitive studies to support the benefits of kumquats in treating pain, and there’s no evidence that the herb can relieve pain itself.