3 Amazing Herbs For Back Pain


We all know how horrible it is to have back pain. It can even effect your day to day. From your personal life to your work, back pain can certainly be a nuisance. Back pain can even radiate into the arms, hands, legs or feet causing tingling, weakness and even numbness. In fact the most common area of back pain for people is the lower back. The good news is there are many natural and effective ways to help reduce your back pain.

Here are the 3 herbs to help you reduce back pain and get the relief you deserve!

California Poppy



The California poppy is member of the poppy family and somewhat distantly related to the opium poppy (Papaver somniferum). While the California poppy does contain some sedative alkaloids, it contains no real opium. This special herb is traditionally known to reduce inflammation and decrease nerve pain. It’s certainly a beautiful flower and is great for relieving back pain especially when combined with other herbs.

Meadowsweet



A hidden gem in the herbal world, this fragrant honey scented herb has the ability help reduce muscle tension in the muscles and has been used for thousands of years. Meadow sweet has similar actions to aspirin and other anti-inflammatory drugs. Meadowsweet possesses anti-inflammatory properties or actions. These actions of this herb is useful for treating aches, pains, rheumatism (pain of the joints),arthritis as well as gout.

Corydalis


This Chinese herb has been studied quite extensively. It may be used with other appropriate guiding herbs for almost any kind of pain and especially for back pain. It is the herbal alternative to strong prescribed pain medications without the addictive toxic properties associated with some pharmaceuticals.

While these herb are excellent for back pain they also have other properties that can possibly address helping other issues. So be sure to do your research, always be safe and check with you doctor before adding any new herbs or supplement into your regime. These 3 herbs and many others can be a safe and natural way to address your back pain. Rather than reaching for that extra pill why not try experimenting with these herbs?