Lower Back Pain Relief – Top Natural Remedies Guide

Lower Back Pain Relief

To treat pain, you need to address the immediate cause of the pain, which is often inflammation, but you also need to address the long term issues that can cause pain. With back pain, often there is some issue with the disc that cushions your joints. Especially if you are over 40, it is not uncommon to have degenerative disc issues.

For relief immediately:

  • Bromelain– most stores carries this in their “natural” section. The kind I recommend on this site is stronger, but you can just take more of the weaker brands
  • Pain Relief patches can be bought at many drug stores and even Wal Mart carries Tiger Balm patches.  This is one of the most popular remedies in China to treat pain anywhere.  The herbs are infused into the local area to relieve pain very quickly.
  • Stretching is a little known way to relieve pain.  You will need to be gentle with yourself.  When muscles are tight, they put pressure on the nerves and discs in the back.  If you can stretch out your back daily, you will find your back starts to hurt less over time.  The muscles relax and stop putting stress on your joints.
  • Glucosamine Sulfate is very important to heal the disc.  Many people have disc degeneration and do not know it until one day the disc slips and the pain is unbearable.  You can take glucosamine to rebuild the disc.  It is also a natural anti-inflammatory.
  • Boswellin and willow bark are powerful natural pain relievers.  One of the best products I have found is Willow Aid .  This product is formulated by an herbalist.  He makes the best herbal formulas I have found that are sold over the counter.  These are natural anti-inflammatories and pain relievers.  Willow bark is used to make aspirin.
Lower Back Pain Relief

I recently had a bad leg injury. I try to focus on the positive and say that I always learn how to treat things by suffering from them myself. I fell down and had huge bruises on my leg and this blocked the circulation to my foot, which swelled like crazy. I tried a variety of herbs and enzymes to treat this and found the best remedies.

I always depend on enzymes to treat pain.  They work fast and work with your body to heal the damaged tissue.  They can also be taken long term, so I feel safe recommending them.  The enzyme formula I found most effective to relieve my leg pain is:

I use bromelain for everyday pains, but for bruises and a lot of pain that does not respond to bromelain, I use that enzyme formula.  It is the strongest pain relieving enzyme formula on the market.  It includes enzymes that dissolve blood clots.  That is why it helps to resolve bruises faster.  Each enzyme has a function, nattokinase is used to dissolve and prevent blood clots.

I have also used this formula for neck pain that would not respond to anything else.  It is more expensive than bromelain, but it has bromelain in it and other enzymes like nattokinase and serrapeptase.  It is actually not expensive when you consider the ingredients.  If you are taking enzymes to keep your blood flowing better, I think you will find this formula includes the same dosage as your nattokinase formula, plus all the other enzymes for the same price.

This is not specifically for pain, but it is something I recommend for everyone:

Lower Back Pain Relief

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12 responses to “Lower Back Pain Relief – Top Natural Remedies Guide”

  1. Amanda A. Juliano Avatar
    Amanda A. Juliano

    I was constantly battling lower back pain, but after following the recommendations in this guide, I decided to try herbal remedies. Incorporating anti-inflammatory herbs like turmeric and ginger into my diet has significantly reduced my pain levels. I’m amazed by the results and so grateful for this guide for introducing me to natural alternatives.

  2. Michael M. Jones Avatar
    Michael M. Jones

    This guide introduced me to the benefits of heat therapy for lower back pain relief. Using a heating pad regularly has made a significant difference in my pain levels and overall comfort. I can now get through the day with far less discomfort, and it’s all thanks to the helpful tips in this guide.

  3. Linda M. Garrett Avatar
    Linda M. Garrett

    After reading this guide, I started prioritizing my sleep quality to help alleviate my lower back pain. I invested in a better mattress, adjusted my sleeping position, and established a relaxing bedtime routine. The improvement in my pain levels and overall well-being has been incredible! I’m so glad I discovered the connection between sleep and back health.

  4. Cecil M. Wilson Avatar
    Cecil M. Wilson

    This guide encouraged me to try massage therapy combined with essential oils to help with my lower back pain. The combination of targeted massage techniques and the soothing effects of the oils has been life-changing. My pain levels have reduced significantly, and I feel more relaxed and rejuvenated after each session.

  5. David M. Sheffield Avatar
    David M. Sheffield

    After reading this guide, I started incorporating Epsom salt baths into my routine to help with my lower back pain. The magnesium in the salts has helped relax my muscles and reduce inflammation, leading to noticeable pain relief. I’m so grateful for this simple yet effective remedy and highly recommend it to others suffering from back pain.

  6. Natosha C. Harris Avatar
    Natosha C. Harris

    This guide introduced me to the idea of using mindfulness and meditation as part of my lower back pain management. I’ve found that practicing mindfulness regularly has helped me become more aware of my body and the tension I hold in my lower back. The reduction in stress and muscle tension has been significant, and I’m thrilled with the results.

  7. Dale R. Devine Avatar
    Dale R. Devine

    Before I came across this guide, I was hesitant to exercise, fearing it would worsen my lower back pain. However, after learning about the benefits of targeted exercises and stretches, I gradually incorporated them into my routine. The improvement in my strength, flexibility, and pain levels has been outstanding. I can’t thank this guide enough for empowering me to take control of my back health!

  8. Shannon L. Sims Avatar
    Shannon L. Sims

    I decided to try some of the topical remedies recommended in this guide, such as capsaicin cream and arnica gel. These natural solutions have provided me with significant pain relief and have become an essential part of my pain management routine. I’m so grateful for the suggestions in this guide and the relief they’ve brought me.

  9. Travis M. Lybarger Avatar
    Travis M. Lybarger

    for my lower back pain. The combination of stretching and strengthening exercises has been incredibly effective in reducing my discomfort and improving my overall well-being. I’m thrilled with the results and would highly recommend yoga to others experiencing lower back pain.

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