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Make some rosemary teabut don’t drink it. Pour it in a hot bath and soak in it for 20 minutes. Dr. Alan Hirsch, director of the Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation, says hot water relaxes muscles that are spasming. And the aromatic oils in rosemary boost production of the neurotransmitter serotoninwhich relieves pain.

Sound good? Here’s the recipe: Steep half-a-cup of dried rosemary in boiling water for 10 minutes. Then strain it, add the tea to your bathwater, and climb in.

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