Chronic Pain Relief: 14 All-Natural Painkillers

Dr. Axe: Hey, guys. Dr. Josh Axe here with Jordan Rubin. Welcome to Ancient Nutrition Today. We’ve got a great topic today. We’re going to be talking about how to reduce
chronic pain. Jordan, in someone’s lifetime, I was reading,
over 80% of people at some point will struggle with chronic low back pain, and a number of
people that at some are going to struggle with pain in their life. It’s pretty much everybody multiple times. So we know we’ve got some natural ways today
we’re going to be talking about how to reduce chronic pain and inflammation. So if you’re a person watching today or knows
somebody with arthritis, fibromyalgia, any type of muscle pain, maybe you tore an ACL
or a shoulder in the past, or have muscle spasms, or any type of pain, even neck pain,
back pain, and headaches, we’re going to talk about how to overcome those conditions today. Also, hey, help us spread this message right
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click your Love button, help us spread this word now. So Jordan, a lot of people experience chronic
pain. What are some of the things that people turn
to instead of these natural approaches as a starter? Jordan: Well, it’s pretty interesting that
the narcotic pain killers, we’ll start there because these are sort of the highest class. We’re looking at serious issues, one being
addiction. So we’ve seen a lot of athletes that we’re
fans of be addicted to pain killers, right? And you also, of course, see people that you
and love that are in that situation. So that’s number one. Number two, there is now, I don’t know if
you’ve seen the commercial, but there are commercials for a new medication to combat
opioid-induced constipation, OIC. So you’ve got an issue with addiction to these
pain killers and you’ve got serious side effects that now there’s a medication for the medication
for the medication-medication. Anyway, so that’s just the narcotic opioid
pain killers. Then you’ve got Cox-2 inhibitors. We know that Vioxx and Celebrex, super, super
popular. I know that many athletes today are on those
for years and then certainly, some of us in the civilian population. And not just in NSAIDs. People are using Aspirin, Ibuprofen, etc,
day after day after day. And I’m not suggesting that there’s never
a time for pain killers, there’s never a time for medications. But what if there were natural methods that
didn’t cause constipation but actually helped your gut? What if there were natural methods that didn’t
cause toxicity but actually helped you detoxify? We call that a twofer. So everything we’re going to talk about today
to combat your chronic pain, migraines, tendonitis, knee pain, back pain as you mentioned is absolutely
endemic in America, and the list goes on and on, psoriatic arthritis, pain from fibromyalgia,
pain from various traumas. We’re going to go after it today. It’s going to be fast-moving. There are about 14 great recommendations. So get out your smartphone, make sure to get
this link, and share this video, because we believe that this can help 95% of the people
out there. Because I don’t know anyone who hasn’t been
in pain. Dr. Axe: Absolutely. So we’re going to jump in and talk about the
top vitamin, supplements, herbs, essential oils, and foods, and natural treatments to
overcome chronic pain today. I want to reiterate something Jordan said,
that I remember years ago reading some studies on Vioxx and also seeing how many people die
from taking that drug. It was staggering and causing heart failure. If you look at today, people taking the typical
NSAIDs, it’s actually the 15th leading killer in America and actually has been shown to
cause intestinal bleeding of the GI track. So again, these medications have side effects. Good news is we’re going over all natural
approaches today. So Jordan, number one, we talk about it all
the time, talk to us about all the benefits of turmeric, and up here you have the extract
in the oil. What is the difference between the two? Jordan: Well, turmeric has many great compounds,
and we’ve talked about this recently. Curcumin or curcuminoids are powerful antioxidants
and pain reducers, but they also have turmerones, which are powerful for the brain and we believe,
many other areas. So turmeric extract, which is high in curcumin,
and turmeric oil, either a CO2 or an essential oil, has the ultimate complement. You can use turmeric in a tea, in a decoction. People are using it now topically. It’s absolutely amazing for the brain, for
the gut, for the immune system. But if you’re in pain, or better yet, if you’re
aging and you want to avoid it, I recommend consuming turmeric extract every day and turmeric
oil. And it’s great for . . . I know people that
have cancer are using as much as 8,000 milligrams of turmeric extract. Recently, I’ve been consuming turmeric CO2
or essential oil and I’m doing 30 drops a day. And so, that is about 1,800 milligrams and
I’m loving it. Sorry. Dr. Axe: I love it, too. Well, actually, I started doing the same thing,
doing the CO2 oil of turmeric every single day, Jordan. I’ve actually noticed just more smoothness
in my joints, overall feeling better. So again, turmeric extract and the CO2 oil,
very, very powerful at naturally reducing inflammation. Curcumin, turmerone, as Jordan’s talking about,
fantastic. I want to give a shout-out to some of our
viewers who are watching right now. We’ve got so many of you watching from all
over the world currently and I want to give you a shout-out. So we’ve got Linda Young watching from Oregon. Hey, Linda, thanks for joining us here today. Marie Trammell, watching from Jackson, Tennessee. Candy Braser watching from Killeen Texas. Thanks for joining me today. Barbara Wolfe, actually has a comment here. She said, “They gave me pain killers like
candy, horrible. My dentist also gave me OxyContin for dental
surgery and never took it,” is her comment here as well. We actually have Beatrice watching from Nairobi,
Kenya. Hey, Beatrice, thanks for watching here today. We’re getting a lot of comments and questions
here, Jordan, about different things that we’re covering from. Patricia says, she’s in Brooklyn, New York
right now, and she’s recovering from an ACL sprain in her knee as well. So we’ll give you some great tips on things
you can do. As we’re talking about, millions of people
right now are struggling with chronic, and they don’t know the natural treatments. They don’t know that they can use food as
medicine. So hey, be on mission with us. Help us spread the word right now. Take a second and punch your Share button,
helping spread the message on how to use these natural remedies to reduce chronic pains. So I’m going to talk about frankincense here. We love this combination, Boswellia. If you look at the extract or frankincense,
which its name is typically name as Boswellia in Latin, is the extract and it is called
Boswellia. So again, you can take it in a powder form
as a supplement, really, really strong anti-inflammatory benefits. In fact, there are, you know, different companies
that will sometimes combine turmeric and frankincense together. The oil is also very powerful. So frankincense contains a lot of what’s called
boswellic acid, the oil contains higher compounds of things like alpha-pinene, which are also
really, really, strongly anti-inflammatory. Another thing, Jordan, I was reading online
about the exact compound found in frankincense is pinene, it’s actually the compound that
they put when people are having, it’s actually synthetically made as a medication for people
who are struggling with chronic anxiety. And a lot of times, some of the medications
they give for people that are mood-related for chronic pain, actually, it’s what’s in
frankincense. So frankincense oil has some really incredible
compounds. The way I’d suggest you use it is you can
do a few drops internally, you can also simply just rub it on an area of concern. I recommend mixing that with other essential
oils, warming and cooling oil. But again, turmeric and frankincense, two
of the most powerful herbs or supplements you can take or oils in terms of reducing
chronic pain. Jordan, holy basil, I know this is one of
your favorites might as well. Talk about how holy basil can really support
the body in reducing pain. Jordan: All of these herbs and spices are
high in antioxidants which helps the cells protect themselves and really reduce inflammation. Holy basil is great for the mood, it’s great
for the brain, and it has anti-inflammatory effects, similar to a natural Cox-2 inhibitor. So again, we want to use holy basil herb,
we want to use holy basil oil. These are rare. Holy basil oil and turmeric oil aren’t very
commonly found but they’re both amazing. They’re floral, they’re wonderful. Take it orally, helps your mood, helps really
your entire body. One thing that I want to talk about, depression
and anxiety, is painful. Now it doesn’t affect prostaglandins or eicosanoids
or sort of the hormones involved in pain, but it’s serious pain. So holy basil can lighten your mood and brighten
your day by transforming your health. So really, really important. I recommend using a holy basil extract, making
a tea or an infusion out of it, taking holy basil oil, and we’re working on all kinds
of ways to help you with content, information, education, and products to get these into
your life. But make sure to do this. In India and around the world, people consume
these botanicals each and every day to maintain a pain-free life. Dr. Axe: Yeah, great advice here. Holy basil, incredible as an adaptogen. Next one here is chili pepper, and remember
chili peppers there really increase circulation. If you’re a person as well that has cold extremities,
maybe your hands get cold and your feet get cold, and you’re having heart issues and just
don’t have good circulation, chili peppers, whether it’s cayenne or ghost pepper, all
of these have tremendous benefits at really improving circulation and reducing chronic
pain. In fact, capsaicin, one of those compounds
that’s found in cayenne pepper specifically, is a great natural pain reliever. Jordan, I love actually combining chili pepper
with things like turmeric as well. There’s a study, Jordan, I both referenced,
where turmeric was taken with a compound, or curcumin taken with piperine, which is
one of the main compounds found in black pepper, actually, help bio-availability, helped to
get better throughout the body. But chili peppers and capsaicin are going
to work in a very similar manner. They’re going to open up the capillaries that’s
going to allow these other anti-inflammatory compounds get throughout the body. So remember this, when you’re taking turmeric
supplement, oftentimes it’s also beneficial to take a chili supplement with it or some
sort of supplement that has hot peppers in it. Jordan: Absolutely. Number five is wintergreen oil. Now, wintergreen is a powerful topical analgesic. And analgesic is a pain killer. In fact, wintergreen has very strong medicinal
properties. So if you are making a rub or if you want
to overcome joint issues, muscle issues, wintergreen is amazing. Inhaling it is really good too because through
olfaction, you can begin to lessen pain. What’s interesting about pain is a lot of
times, there’s an emotional component to it, and you can actually work through or overcome
pain. That’s how people walk on hot coals and do
all these punch bricks, etc. I mean, you really can do that. And essential oils help to energize the mind
and make you more resilient to pain. We know that in the fighting arena, Muay Thai
fighters, they do just wild things, put their hands in glass and all of that. That all helps to really deaden your nerve
endings and sense of pain. But wintergreen is great topically as an analgesic
and can help relieve pain, often in minutes. Dr. Axe: Yeah, great advice here. And by the way, we’d love to hear from you
right now. If you have an essential oil that you’ve ever
used and you saw results with it, specifically for any type of chronic pain, maybe there’s
an essential oil you use for muscle aches, maybe for headaches, we’d love to hear the
single or maybe the combination of essential oils you use that have helped you relieve
some sort of chronic pain, discomfort, maybe a burn, but any type of sort of pain or inflammatory
issue you have. We’d love to hear from you here as well. All right, Sandra here actually says, she
loves rubbing on a mixture, or actually she loves using wintergreen. She uses that regularly for chronic pain. Alicia Sakey says she uses ginger oil for
chronic pain. We know ginger contains gingerols and zingiberene,
some great things. Tuce Giblins says she loves to use a mixture
of lavender and peppermint together. We know that’s actually a great combination
for getting rid of headaches there as well. Great advice guys. All right, so rosemary oil, this is another
oil we love. Jordan, I know this because I’m with him all
the time and sometimes he comes in smelling like oils. I’m sure I do as well. But he loves anointing his head with different
oils, specifically one of his favorites is rosemary. And is that where you get your thick hair? Jordan: Absolutely. Dr. Axe: All right. So rosemary oil, we know it’s great for naturally
thickening the hair, but also medical studies have shown it helps reduce inflammation as
well as cortisol levels. Now, one of the things Jordan mentioned earlier,
Jordan, I actually just talked to a friend of mine who’s a doctor in Colorado, and he
said that he just read a book on neuroplasticity and really how the mind affects so much of
the pain we experience. And so, he was talking about using essential
oils. He started using rosemary and frankincense
and helichrysum, smelling them, actually he went in for a surgery he had, and he said,
he’d had this surgery once before and he said his pain this time was like 75% less. He really believed it was because of some
of the things that he was doing naturally. Really, he supported, he felt like it was
his mindset in helping overcome chronic pain. We know rosemary oil works both on the brain
as well as on your body at a cellular level at reducing chronic inflammation. So again, it’s great to mix theses oils. We’ve mentioned this before, mixing wintergreen
oil with another essential oil, rosemary and some others, rubbing it directly on an area,
you can mix it with some coconut oil, but we know these essential oils are powerful. Jordan, number seven here, I know what we
believe is the number one super food everybody should be getting. And I know I had bone broth powder protein
this morning for breakfast, two scoops of it. Talk to us about how bone broth specifically
can help relieve chronic discomfort in the body. Jordan: Bone broth has many anti-inflammatory
components. We’re talking about collagen, chondroitin,
glucosamine. Those are proteoglycans. They actually are polysaccharide-based compounds
that help mediate pain really, really amazingly well. We know glycine and proline are powerful amino
acids, even minerals such as potassium and the glycosaminoglycan, I know I’m saying a
lot of long words, hyaluronic acid is powerful for pain and inflammation. When you consume bone broth, when you make
it yourself, and we have recipes here at, when you buy bone broth frozen or packaged,
when you take a bone broth powder, you’re having an anti-inflammatory effect. And I believe people begin to feel it in about
four days. You need to do a few cups a day equivalent. But in a few days, you’ll begin to feel it
and it has a crescendo effect. That means every day you get better and better. And I’ve said this many times, I just I really
got into bone broth more heavily than ever when I had a knee injury, and it was a serious
one. I was on crutches, I didn’t walk for two and
a half months with a knee condition and I was able to implement a radical bone broth
protocol. I was doing between 24 and 48 ounces a day
of bone broth and then I was doing bone broth powder, doing them both, and I’ve gotten better
and better. And now, I’m able to have a subpar performance
on the basketball court occasionally. Literally though, I’m over 40 and I play full-court
basketball five days in a row a couple weeks ago. And from someone who couldn’t walk, that’s
a pretty big deal. So I’m seeing great results day by day, this
is really the backbone of anti-inflammatory chronic pain program. I’ve heard people say, “When I’m consuming
bone broth, I’m good.” But when they stop and don’t get those nutrients
and beneficial compounds, they begin to hurt. Bone broth doesn’t just mitigate pain, it
helps to rebuild things, which is pretty cool. Dr. Axe: Yeah, absolutely awesome. We have a question here, a great question
here from Anna, I’m sorry, from Crimi, and she said, “What should we specifically take
for rheumatoid arthritis?” Well, Crimi, I just want to say what Jordan
recommended here, bone broth, and you’ve got rheumatoid arthritis, bone broth should be
a basis of your diet. I would get some great bone broth powder protein,
do that every morning in a smoothie, I would do bone broth soup throughout the day. So make bone broth a cornerstone. Also, the turmeric, something I would definitely
do. Something we don’t have on the board, but
I would definitely recommend as well is an omega-3 supplement, getting a lot of omega-3
every single day, and then lots of fruits and veggies. You do that, you should start to get some
relief from those RA symptoms there as well. Jordan: Then I will throw in this, and these
are not on the board, we usually have things to add at the end as bonuses. But in addition to bone broth and turmeric,
I highly recommend not just an omega-3 but one that has high in EPA. And if you have rheumatoid arthritis, there’s
a great study showing 12,000 milligrams of omega-3 a day from fish not from flax, for
I want to say 12 weeks, produce great results with medication and on its own. And lastly, systemic enzyme therapy can be
good, too. Dr. Axe: Oh yeah. Jordan, you mentioned proteolytic enzymes
such as bromelain and papains, some of the others we’ve talked about are fantastic. So I’m going to talk about next here, chiropractic
care. If you are struggling with chronic, especially
joint issues, chiropractic care can be great. In fact, there’s a study I read recently finding
that chiropractic care was five times more effective than NSAIDs at actually treating
long-term neck pains. So if somebody is having chronic neck pain
or low back pain or pain in the mid back, we know chiropractic care works. Pain can be caused by different things, that’s
a whole thing. Your pain can be caused by a chemical reaction
in the body. It can be caused by inflammation. It can be caused from lack of mobility in
a joint. It can be caused from a muscular spasm. It can be caused from instability. There are lots of different causes of chronic
pain. And so, obviously diet is crucial and key
at reducing system-wide inflammation. But if you have a misalignment or you have
lack of mobility in a joint, it’s kind of like this sewage builds up, new nutrients
aren’t getting in, and so what can happen is it can start causing issues where the joint
degenerates. That’s a great thing about chiropractic care. It helps increase motion in the joints, it
can help improve posture, realign the spine, and help the body heal naturally. By the way, if you’ve got a chiropractor that
you love, hey let me know if you’ve ever done chiropractic or you love chiropractic, hey,
feel free to mention your chiropractor or hashtag them here on Facebook Live right now. Now, we’re going to talk about something,
actually someone just asked a question about soft tissue therapy, and I want to say body
work and soft tissue therapy, whether it be ART or Graston or other types, Jordan, I’m
sure you’ve worked with other people doing muscle work on the body. But getting that deep tissue massage or different
sort of muscular therapy can be great as well, right? Jordan: Absolutely. And I’m going to defer to you on all the particulars
of active release technique, but there’s, we talked about Rolfing, there’s the Feldenkrais
technique, which is not as much with a therapist but self-directed. And these are really great. There’s even exercises, Pilates is really
good. We know yoga can be really good. And there’s something called gyrotonic that
is an immune-enhancing anti-inflammatory type of workout. So we kind of, I don’t know if you’ve seen
recently, but Tom Brady has really gotten out there and said that everybody is exercising
wrong for the most part and he’s extending his career using some of these types of techniques
that really have an eastern background. So whether it’s ART or one of these others,
getting body work is really, really valuable and a self-directed program of movement. One thing we’re doing, and I’m not sure I
do it exactly right, but I’m doing footwork now using various foot pods or foot wakers
as they’re called. Because on the reflex, there are so many nerve
endings on your feet. So your colon, your feet, all that. So doing something like ART is great. Again, I’ll defer to you on the particulars. Dr. Axe: Yeah, I’ve had ART in the past and
essentially it’s where they’re doing a muscle release, so they’re going in and doing deep
tissue massage but while you’re in active motion. So what they’re doing is they’re actually
hitting on the entire part of the muscle not just one point, but they’re actually doing
it in its active range of motion, which allows you to hit more fibers. So it can be greatly beneficial. So again, a lot of body work is great. ART is one that I’ve used and seen great results
with. So you might check that out in terms of a
deep tissue body therapy. The next thing we have up here, something
I’ve had done, as well as my wife Chelsea, it’s called PRP, it’s platelet rich plasma. Now, this is something, you mentioned professional
athletes, Peyton Manning and Tiger Woods and a lot of NFL players get this done on a regular
basis. And this really is using your body’s own blood
to support your own tissue repair. So if you think about it, if you tear your
rotator cuff in your shoulder, your body heals so many areas. But sometimes, it can’t heal all of it and
you can be left there with a tear in your labrum or an AC joint or some sort of ligamentous
tear in your shoulder. What people are doing today is they’re going
and having their own blood drawn, they’re concentrating it down to just the platelet,
which is about 6% of your blood, and your body’s platelets are where all of your growth
and healing factors are in your blood. What they’re doing is they’re drawing their
blood and going to that site of an old injury, reinjecting it with these growth factors,
and it’s actually able to repair and heal that damaged joint or tissue. So if you’re a person that has a past history
of a rotator cuff tear, an ACL injury that’s a partial tear in your knee, even things with
like arthritis or disc injuries or any type of chronic pain, you may consider doing something
like PRP, it’s platelet rich plasma. And sort of another thing they oftentimes
do now, Jordan, along with PRP is called stem cell therapy. They actually take your body’s stem cells,
which can be even more powerful than your blood at helping repair damaged tissues. If you’re looking for practitioners, someone
to help, there’s a great company I love called Regenexx, it’s R-E-G-E-N-E-X-X. You can check them out. But PRP is great as well. And then Jordan, dry needling. Jordan: I’m going to leave that to you. These are Josh’s secret therapies. But all of these would be called alternative
medicine. But the truth is, top athletes and cutting
edge research points to these as being much more safe, and soon they’re going to be integrated
everywhere. It’s amazing that athletes a lot of times
have their own chiropractor. They have their own massage therapists. They get acupuncture, which we don’t have
on here. I know we’re going to talk a little bit about
that. And the truth is, these need to be looked
at. Athletes need to perform every day, they have
the resources to do it. So we’re learning a lot of how athletes keep
their bodies to perform to use for the regular folks such as us. Dr. Axe: Absolutely. Well, I’ll touch on this one here, Jordan,
and I’ll have you punch the last three here. So with dry needling, dry needling is where
this is done by acupuncturists years ago, forms of it today, there are actually other
trainers and people that will specifically do dry needling. Essentially, it’s doing a similar thing. This is best for trigger points or one of
the best things. If you’re a person that gets chronic trigger
points in your neck, in your shoulders, or your muscles, dry needling, you can go with
it, it just causes the muscle to release and relax. And oftentimes it increases blood flow to
the area, so it really uses your body’s own healing mechanism to heal the area. So that’s really the way dry needling works. So Jordan, talk to us about infrared therapy. I know that’s something you personally use. Jordan: Absolutely. Infrared therapy, which is typically now practiced
with infrared saunas is really great and there’s good studies on pain relief. In fact, infrared radiation, which is a healthy
radiation by the way, it’s what they use in incubators. It can go about an inch deep, sometimes just
a centimeter. But it is not simply heating, it is actually
driving some of these healing rays into your body. So if you’ve got sore joints, etc, it’s a
great thing to do and helps you detoxify some of the excess sodium and some of the excess
compounds. When you do infrared therapy, particularly
if heat is involved, you’re losing heavy metals, you’re excreting some of those things, which
is really, really great. I use an infrared sauna. In Florida, I have a really nice cabinet. One here, I’ve just got a little sort of portable
one that my four-year-old calls daddy’s car seat. It sort of looks like a three-dimensional
postage stamp. There are some great and affordable infrared
saunas. There’s also infrared mats that you can lay
on or sleep on. So look into infrared therapy, you’ll be glad
you did. And hydrotherapy is pretty similar. This is really affordable. Back in the old day, and this might sound
cruel, people would go to these clinics in Germany, these spa clinics, and people that
were in wheelchairs who were really sick, one of the treatments was to dump a big bucket
of ice in water on their head, like on their body. What it does, similar to chili pepper, is
it sort of shocks your body into making a lot of anti-inflammatory compounds. So some of those people who are polar bears
that go swimming in freezing water in the winter. But hydrotherapy is using water to heal. There’s things such as the Kneipp water bath,
which is really cold. Germany is the pioneer in my mind of a lot
of these hydrotherapies. Simple thing you can do at home, hot/cold
shower. Turn your shower to as warm a stream as you
can handle and try to get it to be on the area of pain. But even if you do it for your whole body
for one minute, as warm as you can handle, then turn it as cold as you can handle, which
is just all the way because cold isn’t going to hurt anybody. It’s amazing, when you do that for a cycle
of six, so hot, cold, repeat six times, the hot feels cold, the cold feels hot. On my first skiing trip, I was in a hot tub
in Vail and then I would jump in the snow with just my swim trunks on to make a snow
angel, then I jump back in the hot tub, hot felt cold, cold felt hot, but you are invigorated. So hydrotherapy can be done in your shower. It is really, really great to release some
of the stored up stress, it’s great to release muscles, and it’s so affordable, anyone can
do it, it’s good for the immune system, too. Dr. Axe: Yeah, awesome. Jordan: And last but not least, cryotherapy. This is similar but it’s taking it all the
way. There are places now that facilitate cryotherapy,
which is really you’re freezing yourself. So if you look up cryotherapy online, you’ll
see celebrities are doing it to feel better but also to look younger. You want to go to a place that has really
good ratings. But this is essentially causing your body
to adapt to the cold and create lots of compounds that it normally wouldn’t, in a safe, controlled
environment. We mentioned also, there are things that we
left out. Systemic or proteolytic enzymes, getting your
vitamin D levels right, getting sunshine is great for pain, walking on the beach or walking
barefooted, swimming. There are so many amazing ways to release
and reduce chronic pain. But if you take a look at this board, folks,
if you’re suffering from migraines, back pain, knee pain, a lot of folks who even played
sports on the high school level, have old injuries, these 14 secrets to relieve and
reduce chronic pain can not only help you get out of pain but can help avoid those horrible
side effects that prescription pain killers are causing and they are rampant. The users of NSAIDs, tens of millions, the
users of opioid-controlled substances, narcotics, massive. There’s addiction, there’s bleeding, there’s
a reduction in motility. All of that can be avoided and you can remove
the pain by practicing these 14 secrets plus, plus, plus. This is great information. Dr. Axe: Yeah, absolutely. This is something where many of you guys want
to start applying this now. And some of you, maybe you don’t have chronic
pain now, but you know somebody who needs to hear this information or you never know
in the future, everybody at some point starts having chronic pain here, there, and somewhere. So you can lock up this information and use
it when needed. As we’ve talked about every single episode,
there are so many people that need to hear this. So we just want to say thank you to all of
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