Unfortunately, pain is a part of life.  It is through pain that we can understand and learn what is going on in our body.  Pain really is our bodies way of crying out to us to tell us that something is wrong. When we listen,  then it is up to us to decide what we want to do.

There are basically three ways that we deal with pain:

  • Endure it 
  • Cover and ignore it by using medication.
  • Deal with it

CBD Oil
Studies have shown that CBD may help reduce chronic pain by impacting endocannabinoid receptor activity, reducing inflammation and interacting with neurotransmitters.[1]

BEMER
The BEMER gives off energy (10 and 30 HZ) which is then used by the cells and assists the vaso-motion of the blood vessels, an automatic rhythmic pulsing that pumps the blood throughout the body. Every system in the body is dependent on the circulatory system, because every part of the body needs blood. Without blood, which transports the oxygen and fuel, for more than 6 minutes, those cells will die. Many have experienced help for their pain.  Read more about the BEMER on our website, or stop by Herbs4You to experience the BEMER Benefit for yourself! 

Relaxation
Pain is often a result of tension and stress.  Learning to relax can help with pain management.  Here are some techniques that could benefit you:

ESR – Emotional Stress Release 

EFT  – Emotional Freedom Technique. For more information visit CWG Ministries.

Deep Breathing more oxygen to our cells, brings more healing.  

Laugh more – this produces “happy” hormones that help ease tension.

Herbs

Peppermint is known help with overall pain and nausea, and is good for dizziness and fainting.

Catnip is useful in pain of any kind and safe for children.

White Willow Bark contains salicin, which is the compound that aspirin was originally made from.  It is slower acting, but the results are said to last longer.

Bromelain is an enzyme from pineapples.  It reduces the levels of prostaglandins, which are hormones that induce inflammation.  It is said to benefit people with arthritis and musculoskeletal tension (TMJ), and trauma related inflammation.  In one study, those who ate 8 pineapples in 10 days found significant improvement.

Tumeric – Curcumin  In an animal-based study published in 2007, scientists discovered that curcumin could overpower proinflammatory proteins called cytokines. The compound may also help decrease pain associated with autoimmune disorders and tendonitis. 
 

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Resources:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5549367/

https://riordanclinic.org/2014/04/5-top-herbs-for-natural-pain-management/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI8Nm429Xp6wIVRRh9Ch1xGwi6EAAYASAAEgJkEvD_BwE

 

About the Author

Amy Willis M.H.

Master Herbalist
Amy is the Owner and Founder of Herbs4You. She is a Master Herbalist from the School of Natural Healing. Amy has 30 years experience with herbs and 15 years experience muscle 
testing.