This section is dedicated to various pain relieving products recommended by other pain sufferers. Please check out this section as well as Pain -Inflammation Support for pain relieving products. These products have been known to have varying degrees of success. Medical and FDA Disclaimers Below.
“It is better to believe than to disbelieve; in so doing, you bring everything into the realm of possibility.” -Albert Einstein
ENT Pain Products
Pain and Inflammation are closely related. If you have a type of pain that is caused or exacerbated by inflammation please go to Pain – Inflammation Support
(This section is for pain sufferers where inflammation is not necessarily the primary cause of the pain. To that affect; this section has become a hodgepodge of various pain relieving ideas. Definitively, this section and the inflammation section are very closely related. Most medicinal pain relieving products contain anti-inflammatory properties. We recommend that you look over both areas for ideas.)
For pain, neurological problems, and wasting. 25 states, so far, make allowances for medical, or recreational, marijuana use (updated 2016). Currently, the medical marijuana community is working on products, including edibles, with little to no THC, the substance that makes you “high.” Therefore, creating a product that can help with pain, relaxation, and wasting problems that plague the very sick.
This is a good site for the most up-to-date info on the science of using cannabis for various medical issues:
Non-psychoactive hemp oil. Only trace amounts of THC. Still has the anti-inflammation properties.
More on CBD Oil:
Some CBD Oil suppliers: (Once again; these are recommendations from those in the pain community)
Palmetto Harmony: https://palmettoharmony.com/
Blue Bird Botanicals: https://www.bluebird-botanicals.com/classic-hemp-cannabidiol-cbd-oil/
Quick Silver Scientific: https://www.quicksilverscientific.com/
Green Roads: https://www.greenroadsworld.com/
Note on Cannabis and CBD Oil: The pain communities get very excited about the politics and public education behind marijuana products. To put things in an extremely simplified way, these are SUPPLEMENTS. [Most herbalists would prefer it stay a supplement because administering the product, with all it’s various versions of application, is an art-form of sorts.] LONG STORY SHORT: try what you can! Some people simply get a better quality of life from cannabis. Some people will swear by CBD. Does it work better for you to….. Smoke it? Vap. it? Gummies? Butter? Oils? …..
Herb for Pain.
The different ways to ingest Kratom:
What’s the controversy?:
Where the DEA stands right now on this controversial herb:
For Joint Pain/Health
Radio Frequency Ablation:
For pain; a radio wave is used to heat up a small area of nerve tissue. Obviously, a medical doctor conducts the procedure. A local anesthetic is used and there is some recovery time. Used in the most serious of pain patients. Please be aware that this is not recommended for those with certain blood disorders. Talk to your physician.
More on RFA:
Other Pain products that are not holistic, but they are “Alternative” treatments:
NOTE: these are little known options that those in the pain community need to be aware of. While this is a holistic site, awareness trumps semantics. Please try the holistic options first, but these ARE additional options to consider.
Neural Therapy: NOT A HOLISTIC SUPPLEMENT! simplified; multiple shots of local anesthetic is administered throughout the body. Note; little available study, and controversial.
Information on Neural Therapy:
More on Neural Therapy: Please check
LDN, Low Dose Naltrexon:
NOT A HOLISTIC SUPPLEMENT! Therefore, here is an explanation as to why is is added to this list: Simply put, this drug is given in substantial doses to assist addicts in recovery as an inhibitor. It’s a strong opioid antagonist. In very LOW DOSES, it helps the body produce it’s OWN endorphin’s in the brain and adrenal glands, in-effect relieving pain, AND it can also assist in mood. Prescribed for neurological symptoms for a host of diseases.
More information on LDN:
Cool Menthol spray or roll-on for joint pain relief.
A different menthol topical.
Sombra Warm (heating effect, light orange scent)
Penetrex (natural, amazing ingredients, not cheap)
Icyhot (basically a light version of “Tiger Balm”)
Blue Emu (made from Emu Oil, good for joint injury and bruising)
Tiger Balm (concentrated camphor and menthol)
Check out our section on Pain – Migraines for more topical options as well.
An good article on the differnece between biofreeze, Zim’s Max Freeze and Bengay: https://healdove.com/health-care-industry/max-freeze-vs-biofreeze-topical-gel-for-pain
Epsom Salt Bath:
For muscle and joint pain. To make a relaxing salt bath add 2 cups to a standard sized tub.
More info on Epsom Salt:
Purchase anywhere; usually at the grocery store, or your local pharmacy.
For Tittitus, or chronic ear pain.
Website on the history of testing of taurine for tettitus.:
Fairly common product. Available in some of the bigger drug stores.
Vitacost.com for Taurine.
An Overview of the Scents and Stones Associated with Chakra for Their Therapeutic Value. For people that would like to try to manage there pain and energy through chakra therapy methods.
NOTE: Please click on Pain – Therapies for information about Chakra Massage. This section will discuss what Chakras are as well as the scents and the healing stones associated with each Chakra.
What is Chakra?
“Chakras are our energy centers. They are the openings for life energy to flow into and out of our aura. Their function is to vitalize the physical body and to bring about the development of our self-consciousness. They are associated with our physical, mental and emotional interactions.”
– By Phylameana lila Desy
The seven main Chakras:
Root, Sacral, Solar Plexus, Heart, Throat, Third Eye, and Crown
Location: base of the spine. Associations: (our grounding systems) lower spine, kidneys, legs, feet, rectum, immune system.
Scents: Patchouli and geranium.
Stones: hematite, black tourmaline, onyx.
Location: lower abdomen. Associations: (our reproduction or life organs) stomach, sexual organs, organs of the lower gut, adrenal glands, middle spine.
Scents: jasmine, sandalwood, orange and peppermint.
Stones: Garnet, moonstone, orange tourmaline.
Solar Plexus Chakra:
Locations: Solar Plexus. Associations: (our will power and self esteem) upper abdomen, middle spine, a lot of the stomach organs.
Scents: Chamomile, lemon, bergamot or eucalyptus
Stones: jasper, golden topaz, yellow tourmaline
Location: Heart. Associations: (our love and compassion balances other chakras) heart, circulatory system, blood, breasts, rib cage organs, shoulders, arms, hands.
Scents: rose, ylang yland, lavender
Stones: malachite, emerald, rose, quarts
Location: Throat. Associations: (our verbal and non-verbal communication) throat, organs and systems of the neck, mouth, organs and systems of the mouth.
Scents: chamomile, eucalyptus, tea tree oil
Stones: chrysocola, lapis, blue opal
Third Eye Chakra:
Location: between the eyebrows. Associations:(our intelligence, intuition and psychic awareness) brain, neurological systems, eyes, ears, nose, pituitary, pineal glands.
Scents: juniper, rosemary, pine and frankincense
Stones: purple flurite, sugalite, lapis
Location: crown of the head. Associations: (our higher consciousness and divinity) top center of the head, mid-line above the ears.
Scents: lavender, frankincense
Stones: amber, diamond, moldavite
For more information on Chakras:
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