Why massage helps sore muscles and injuries: It creates more lactic acid!

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Icing sore muscles or sprains or other injuries helps but it takes a long time and sometimes doesn't work fully.  But I stumbled on a actual cure that works in literally just a few minutes.  Take braggs vinegar and pour some on a folded up paper towel.  Place this on the injury.  Then cover with an ice bag.  Wait 10 minutes and the pain should be basically gone!  Works best if you also take some baking soda or potassium bicarbonate internally at the same time (creates lactate from the lactic acid).  Sore muscles and injuries hurt because your muscles run out of lactic acid, not that they have too much!  Lactic acid is fuel for your muscles and when your lactic acid runs out you become sore.  What ice does is slow the metabolism of your muscles to give your body a chance to produce more lactic acid and catch up.  Acetic acid from vinegar is very similar and can fill the same role.

Massage likely helps sore muscles because it stimulates the muscles to produce more lactic acid and therefore heal themselves!

I am buying 80% food grade lactic acid from ebay and testing it not only for sore muscles but also to see if it helps me sleep better and prevent sleep apnea.  Lactic acid also appears to increase body temperature along with likely bicarbonate so if you have a low body temp, you may be lactate deficient.  Lactic acid also appears to treat tuberculosis and bovine tuberculosis, of which the bovine variety likely causes sleep apnea since it lives in the neck.  Lactic acid also seems to be a lucrative treatment for hairloss and I am also going to guess chronic fatigue and gynecomastia.




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