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Holistic Approach to Pain Relief

The holistic approach to pain relief focuses on natural remedies. These natural remedies are supported by holistic health research. These natural remedies include herbal products and CBD hemp products for sale energy-related therapies.

 

All pain involves inflammation. Natural anti-inflammation supplements are important to counter inflammation. The primary anti-inflammation supplements include animal oil , flax seed oil, turmeric or curcumin (the active ingredient in turmeric), ginger, boswellia, bromelain, tart cherry and concentrated tart cherry juice, burdock, cayenne pepper/capsacian, dpla, kratom and gamma linolenic acid. Turmeric also can be applied topically on the skin. Sprinkle turmeric on a wet cloth or towel and apply it to the world in pain. Eat an entire , organic plant based diet and do detoxification programs with natural supplements to scale back inflammation.

 

For back pain and joint pain, including arthritis pain, try curcumin supplements. Curcumin is the active ingredient in turmeric, a great natural anti-inflammation agent.

 

For muscle and other pain, consider sulfur crystals, valerian root, holy basil and St. John's wort supplements along with b complex vitamins, b1 vitamins, magnesium, turmeric/curcumin, kratom, ginger, boswellia, bromelain, burdock, tart cherry and concentrated tart cherry juice, arnica, dlpa, cayenne pepper/capsacian and medical marijuana and cbd oil. These natural supplements help relax the muscles and body and reduce pain. Massage is sweet for muscle, neck and back pain along side vibrating massage chairs and devices,

 

Holistic research also indicates the advantages of common unicorn plant supplements, Huntingdon willow bark supplements, cayenne pepper, ginseng and capsaicin supplements and kratom. Bromelain and boswellia also are good anti inflammation supplements for pain relief.

 

For arthritis and joint pain, holistic research indicates the benefits of a combination of glucosamine, chondroitin, methylsulfonylmethane (msm) and dimethyl sulfoxide (dmso), along with turmeric or curcumin (the active ingredient in turmeric), sulfur crystals, valerian root supplements, Huntingdon willow bark, capsaician, arnica, curcumin/turmeric, dpla, hyaluronic acid, boswellia serrata, colloidal gold, ginger, fish oil, flaxseeds and flaxseed oil, hemp oil, krill oil, ashwagndha, tart cherry and concentrated tar cherry juice, dlpa, devil's claw, vitamin C and rose hips supplements, boswellia, bromelain, aloe vera, skullcap, kratom, olive oil (rubbed into the joints), silica, colloidal gold, a Chinese herb called lei gong teng, bone broth soup and eggshell membrane supplements.

 

To repair damaged bone and cartilage and improve joint health, drink bone broth, use gelatin powder, glycine supplements, glucosomine sulfate, aminoalkanoic acid supplements,,silica, biosil, drink diatomite in water (high in silica) and crushed and powdered organic egg shells (high in calcium). It is important to repair bone and cartilage for arthritis and joint pain. Take magneisum, potasium and calcium supplements. Holistic research also indicates the advantages of ozone therapy for arthritis and joint pain. All of this will help boost bone and cartilage Improve circulation with exercise and stretching and supplements including lycopene and Co Q- 10/Ubiquinol and lutein.

 

Additional remedies for pain relief include massage, chiropractic care, Reiki and energy therapy, acupuncture and medical marijuana. It is also important to exercise and stretch to urge energy to flow freely to the situation of the pain. Also, take salt baths with lavender volatile oil and use relaxing essential oils like vanilla, rose and floral. Also, use spearmint and peppermint essential oils for pain.

 

Reduce stress and meditate. Stay heart centered and be within the moment, stop negative and stressful thoughts and thoughts about your pain. Do deep breathing exercises during which you breathe directly into the guts and abdomen and specialise in each breath. 

 
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