Raisins soaked in gin have analgesic properties.

There are no studies that support the efficacy of gin-soaked raisins for pain...but some patients swear by them.

It’s not the alcohol...the recipe calls for letting the raisins sit in gin for a few weeks until the liquid evaporates.

So what’s in it that’s helping some patients?

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