Raisins soaked in gin have pain relieving properties.

People are trying gin-soaked raisins for pain...and some are swearing by them. But there’s no proof these really work.

It’s not the alcohol that’s providing pain relief. 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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