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Home Remedies for Backache

Home Remedies for Backache

  1.  Two or three cloves(Garlic) should be taken every morning.
  2. An oil prepared form garlic and rubbed on the back will give a good result in backache.
  3. An boil oil mix with Camphor & apply on your Back.
  4. Ginger paste and eucalyptus oil could be applied on the affected area.
  5. Heat/Ice therapy are simple and effective options for finding back pain relief at home.
  6. A Proper Diet can prevent back pain and help control the symptoms of existing conditions. Nutritional supplements, herbs, and vitamins are all important parts of an alternative back pain relief program.
  7. Massage the affected area with herbal oils using knuckles and increasing pressure slowly. Barberry-Berberis vulgaris
    • For low backache, often related to kidney weakness or congestion.
    • For sciatica and neuralgia with radiating pain and weakened muscles
    • Use in rheumatic disorders, sciatica, bursitis, neuralgia and gout.
  8. Black Cohosh-Cimicifuga racemosa
    • Anti-inflammatory effects, relaxing muscle spasms in low back and neck.
    • Suitable for wry neck (torticollis), sciatica, neuralgia and intercostal (rib) neuralgia. Treats muscle pain associated with fibromyalgia, arthritis.
  9. The easy and helpful remedy for back pain is to take a piece of chebulic myroblan after taking every meal.
  10. Heat the coconut oil or sesame oil on low flame adding 8 pieces of garlic in it.When mixture became cool, apply it and give massage on the affected area with light hands. Keep it for 3-4 hours.Take bath with warm water.
  11. Vitamin C rich foods are good in relieving pain of backache. One should eat 2,000 mg of vitamin C everyday. Orange, grapes and pineapple etc are fruits which are rich in vitamin C and it is cure for back pain.
  12. Black Haw-Viburnum prunifolia
    • With aspirin-like ingredients, relieves spasms and neuralgia of back and neck, sciatica, leg cramps, tension headache, wry neck, digestive spasm.
    • A nervous system tonic and sedative, helps backache during menses.
  13. Boswellia-Boswellia serrata
    • Strong anti-inflammatory effects, reduces stiffness and pain.
    • Works for acute problems, but needs 2-4 weeks for maximal effects.
    • Improves circulation around inflamed joints, ligaments, tendons.
  14. Bromelain-Pineapple/Ananas comosus
  15. Enzyme found in pineapple stem, helps resolve late stages of inflammation, speeding healing and reducing the potential for scar tissue.
  16. Corydalis-Corydalis soldida
    • Chinese herb that relieves pain of all kinds, especially from injury.
    • Sedative, analgesic, relives spasm and abdominal pain, dysmenorrhea.
    • Often used in combination with other complementary herbs.
  17. Devil’s Claw-Harpagophytum procumbens
    • Anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving herb, with rapid results.
    • Useful for low backache, arthritis and chronic rheumatic disorders, neuralgia and headaches. The whole herb preparation works best.
  18. Dong Quai- sinensis
    • Reported to possess 1.5 times the analgesic activity of aspirin.
    • Relieves backache, cramping, muscular spasms and inflammation.
    • Also for menstrual cycle regulation, anemia; a liver and heart tonic.
  19. Horse Chestnut-Aesculus hippocastanum
    • Low back, sacrum, and sacroiliac pain. Stiff, weak back that “gives out.”
    • Helps with arthritic and rheumatic backache with heaviness, swelling.
  20. Jamaican Dogwood-Piscidia erythrina
    • Strong sedative, pain-relieving and antispasmodic effects.
    • Especially valuable for muscular back spasms and pain, but also used in asthma, menstrual pain, insomnia, toothache or nervous conditions.
  21. Kava Kava-Piper methysticum
    • Relaxes muscles, reduces internal and external spasms and cramps
    • Pain reliever, plus enhances pain-reducing effects of aspirin and drugs.
    • No hangover, tolerance, build-up or addiction, typical of medical drugs.
  22. Meadowsweet-Filipendula ulmaria
    • Herbal forerunner of aspirin provides anti-inflammatory pain relief.
    • No gastric irritation like medical NSAIDs; neutralizes stomach acids and general internal acidity.
  23. Valerian-Valeriana officinalis
    • Relaxing and sedative effects, reduces transmission of pain signals.
    • Muscle relaxant, relieves muscle spasms and contractures due to stress and tension; eases menstrual pain, colic, asthma, irritable bowel spasm.
  24. Wild Yam-Dioscorea villosa
    • Indicated for backache characterized by sharp, knife-like sensations.
    • A relaxant used for pain originating in the digestive system, gall bladder, nervous system, uterus. Supplies precursors for adrenal cortisol.

Home remedies for back pain are used with far more safety than drugs, specially in pregnant women.