Herbs for Back Pain

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Herbs For Back Pain

Chamomile: Is a nervine and it has a calming effect on the nervous system. This can  also help with some minor nerve spasms. also chamomile is naturally caffeine free.
Willow Bark Natural anti-inflammatory and pain relief specifically targeting nerves.
Burdock & Dandelion Root will purify they blood
Horsetail Will heal and build connective tissue but also normalize bowels and will elevate any pain due to bowel backup
Yarrow Tea Cold or hot is great for strengthening back muscles.
For spasms: Cayenne tincture in a 4 oz. glass of warm filtered water will help calm the spasms and increase and normalize blood flow particularly restricted by pinched nerves or bulging discs.
Warm Slippery Elm Poultice Wrap on lower back for 1-2 hrs keep the wrap moist always with warm to hot water and placed completely around the effected area on back and front
Ginger Tea Warm Will help the inflammation  if any this herb is a natural and powerful anti-inflammatory
Turmeric Root Another Great anti-inflammatory herb ( do not use if you have low blood pressure)

Herbs For Back Pain

Below:  Brief Page Pictured herb list with brief description, Instructions to make a basic  herbal poultice.

Chamomile: Is a nervine and it has a calming effect on the nervous system. This can  also help with some minor nerve spasms. also chamomile is naturally caffeine free.

Burdock & Dandelion Root will purify the blood

Willow Bark Natural anti-inflammatory and pain relief specifically targeting nerves.

 

Horsetail Will heal and build connective tissue but also normalize bowels and will elevate any pain due to bowel backup
Yarrow Tea Cold or hot is great for strengthening back muscles.
For spasms: Cayenne tincture in a 4 oz. glass of warm filtered water will help calm the spasms and increase and normalize blood flow particularly restricted by pinched nerves or bulging discs.
Warm Slippery Elm Poultice Wrap on lower back for 1-2 hrs keep the wrap moist always with warm to hot water and placed completely around the effected area on back and front
Warm to hot Ginger tea  has a powerful anti-inflammatory effects on inflammation(s). also is anti-viral/ bacterial
Turmeric Root Another Great anti-inflammatory herb ( do not use if you have low blood pressure)

How to make a poultice:Preparing a fresh herb poultice 

If using fresh herbs for your poultice, place 2 ounces of the whole herb – about 1/2 cup – and 1 cup of water in a small saucepan. Simmer for 2 minutes. Do not drain.

Arrange a clean piece of gauze, muslin, linen, or white cotton sheeting on a clean, flat surface. The material should be large enough to cover the affected area completely. Pour the herbal solution over the cloth. Cleanse the affected area with hydrogen peroxide, and place the poultice over the area. Wrap a towel around the poultice to prevent the soiling of clothes or sheets. Use a pin or other fastener to secure the poultice in place.

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