The holistic approach to pain relief focuses on natural remedies. These natural remedies are backed by holistic health research. These natural remedies include herbal products and energy related therapies.
All pain involves inflammation. Natural anti-inflammatory supplements are important to counter inflammation. Leading anti-inflammatory supplements include fish oil, flax seed oil, turmeric or curcumin (the active ingredient in turmeric), ginger, boswellia, bromelain, tart cherry and tart cherry juice concentrate, burdock, cayenne/capsacian, dpla, kratom and gamma linolenic acid. Turmeric can also be applied topically to the skin. Sprinkle the turmeric onto a damp cloth or paper towel and apply to the painful area. Eat a wholesome, organic plant-based diet and do detox programs with natural supplements to reduce inflammation.
For back pain and joint pain, including arthritis pain, try curcumin supplements. Curcumin is the active ingredient in turmeric, a great natural anti-inflammatory agent.
For muscle and other pain, consider sulfur crystals, valerian root, holy basil, and St. John’s wort supplements along with B vitamins, B1 vitamins, magnesium, turmeric/curcumin, kratom, ginger, boswellia, bromelain , burdock, sour cherry and concentrate. tart cherry juice, arnica, dlpa, cayenne/capsacian and medical marijuana and cbd oil. These natural supplements help relax the muscles and body and reduce pain. Massage is good for muscle, neck and back pain along with vibrating massage chairs and devices,
Holistic research also indicates benefits of devil’s claw supplements, white willow bark supplements, cayenne pepper, ginseng and capsaicin supplements, and kratom. Bromelain and boswellia are also good anti-inflammatory supplements for pain relief.
For arthritis and joint pain, holistic research indicates the benefits of a combination of glucosamine, chondroitin, methylsulfonylmethane (msm), and dimethylsulfoxide (dmso), along with turmeric or curcumin (the active ingredient in turmeric), sulfur crystals, valerian root supplements, white willow bark, capsaicia, arnica, curcumin/turmeric, dpla, hyaluronic acid, boswellia serrata, colloidal gold, ginger, fish oil, flaxseed and flaxseed oil, hemp oil, oil krill, ashwagndha, tart cherry and tar cherry juice concentrate, dlpa, devil’s claw supplements, vitamin C and rose hips, boswellia, bromelain, aloe vera, skullcap, kratom, olive oil (rubbed into joints), silica, colloidal gold, a chinese herb called lei gong teng, bone broth soup and eggshell membrane supplements
To repair damaged bones and cartilage and improve joint health, drink bone broth, use powdered gelatin, glycine supplements, glucosamine sulfate, amino acid supplements, silica, biosil, drink diatomaceous earth in water (high in silica) and crushed and powdered organic egg. shells (high in calcium). It is important to repair bones and cartilage for arthritis and joint pain. Take magnesium, potassium, and calcium supplements. Holistic research also indicates the benefits of ozone therapy for arthritis and joint pain. All this will help strengthen bones and cartilage. Improve circulation with exercise and stretching and supplements including Lycopene and Co Q-10/Ubiquinol and Lutein.
For the relief of muscle and joint pain (including arthritis pain), holistic research indicates the benefits of sulfur crystals, MSM and glucosamine, dpla castor oil, turmeric, curcumin (the active ingredient in turmeric), and salt. Marina applied topically with a damp wash cloth or towel. Also try ashwagandha, olive oil, and essential oils such as frankincense, myhr, chypre, cedarwood, juniper berry, and peppermint. Take baths with Epsom salt or bath salts. Include lavender and magnesium in your bath. Apply a washcloth to the bread area soaked in lukewarm water and Epsom salt or bath salts.
For fibromyalgia and emotional pain from depression, in addition to the supplements mentioned above, holistic research also indicates the benefits of Sam-e, 5-htp, ashwaghanda, and D-3. Also, with fibromyalgia and depression, it’s important to eat a nutrient-dense diet, meaning a diet that consists primarily of whole, fresh vegetables. It is important to eliminate or greatly reduce the consumption of processed foods and refined sugar and starches (gluten) along with saturated fats and trans and GMO fats.
For fibromyalgia and depression, it is also important to take adequate doses of natural vitamins (a, b, c, d3, e, k1, and k2 complex) along with liquid supplements of colloidal trace elements, co-q 10, and astragalus. Also, try colloidal gold or silver for depression.
For neuropathy pain, it is also important to take good doses of alpha lipoic acid, feverfew, bilberry and skullcap supplements, natural b complex (especially b1 and b12) and vitamins d3, magnesium and an amino acid supplement along with cinnamon and supplements of turmeric and fish oil or flaxseed oil. These amino acid supplements are also helpful: L-citrulline, acetyl-L-carnitine, and L-arginine. Lower blood sugar levels through diet, exercise, and supplements. Take good doses of alpha lipoic acid, grape seed extract, lycopene, lutein, ginkgo biloba and HCA, and do craniosacral Reiki, reflexology and foot massage. All of this will help blood flow to the feet and legs.
For headaches: magnesium, white willow bark, cayenne pepper supplements, capsaicin and B vitamins, and tart cherry and tart cherry juice concentrate and tart cherry supplements.
Holistic research indicates the benefits of ozone/oxygen therapy combined with other holistic techniques.
Additional pain relief remedies include massage, chiropractic care, Reiki and energy therapy, acupuncture, and medical marijuana. It is also important to exercise and stretch so that the energy flows freely to the place of pain. Also, take salt baths with lavender essential oil and use relaxing essential oils like vanilla, rose, and floral. Also, use essential oils of spearmint and peppermint for the bread.
Reduce stress and meditate. Stay centered in the heart and be in the moment, stop negative and stressful thoughts and thoughts about your pain. Do deep breathing exercises where you breathe directly into your heart and abdomen and focus on each breath.
Pain is low vibration energy. To help reduce pain, it is important to cultivate inner peace and peace of mind and raise your vibrations. You do this by being in the moment, being happy, having fun, focusing on enjoying life and the positives of work, and wandering around and doing things that make you happy. Here is a visualization exercise you can do to raise your vibrations and shake off the low vibrations of pain:
Sit or lie down. To feel comfortable. Relax. Take a few deep breaths. Focus only on your breath. Close your eyes. Hold high vibration crystals in your hand (citrine, amethyst, orgone, clear quartz). Put your hands together. Using your applied will, visualize pushing your energy in front of your torso about 3 to 6 inches from your torso. Do this with the intention of raising your vibrations.
Meditation helps relieve pain. So do something to take your mind off the pain, that is, be fully involved in the moment. Also, look into massage, chiropractors, and acupuncture for pain relief.
Headaches can be related to stress or migraines. For stress headaches, try natural stress relief remedies such as vitamin B12, magnesium, and valerian root supplements along with chamomile, skullcap, and passion flower. Try white willow bark and fever supplements. Try relaxing scents from essential oils like vanilla, rose, and other floral scents. Try deep breathing exercises and meditation. Ask someone to send you Reiki long distance. For a headache, also try the anti-inflammatory supplements mentioned above along with fresh ginger. Fresh ginger is also recommended as a stomach ache remedy.
For chronic headaches and migraines, take magnesium and get craniosacral energy healing from a Reiki practitioner. This is a practical energy healing that focuses on the head, sinuses, and neck. Craniosacral energy healing releases energy trapped in the head and sinuses that cause headaches and helps relieve tension in the neck. The Reiki practitioner will draw the energy trapped in your head, through your body and through your feet.
Regarding chronic pain, check your thyroid function. Stress reduction, detoxification, and a diet consisting primarily of fresh raw organic vegetables (with the exception of many raw cruciferous vegetables) in salads and juices should improve your thyroid health. Avoid processed foods, refined sugar, and starches. Drink pure water with fresh lemon. All of these will help make your body/PH level alkaline and not acidic. This will help thyroid health. Holistic research indicates the benefits of magnesium, iodine, selenium and zinc supplements and protein powders for thyroid health. Additionally, holistic research indicates the benefits of herbal supplement blends for thyroid health. Many of these blends include ashwaghanda, holy basil, l-tyrosine, kelp, and shizandra, among other herbs. For thyroid health, avoid gluten, dairy, and meat.
You can also release trapped energy in your head in the following way: Lie down and focus on deep breaths toward your heart. Visualize that you are drawing energy out of your head, through your body and legs, and out of your feet. Hold grounding stones such as boji stones in your left hand while doing this exercise. Also, do the same visualization while sitting down and planting your bare feet on the ground. Visualize drawing the energy from your head into your body and legs, and pushing that energy deep into the ground through your feet.
This article is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be used to diagnose or treat disease. It is not intended to be medical advice. For medical advice and to diagnose and treat illness, consult a licensed physician.