The two stage treatment plan to kill off joint pain

Sunday 10th February 2013 

  • 5 natural ways to protect yourself from joint pain
  • Here’s the way to ease away pain – stage one
  • And keep it at bay – stage two

     

The weird and wonderful thing about remedies is that no one really knows what's going to work for who.

I mean, there's a chap I know who swears blind that rubbing horseradish into his wrists keeps his rheumatism at bay. But for other people this may not work.

The question then is whether this is a valid remedy or not?

If just one person, sane or otherwise, is able to vouch for the improvement they get who is to say that it doesn’t do what they are claiming?

Of course there is such a thing as the placebo effect, which is where the mind expects to feel better so it does.

Often this phenomenon is cited as being a negative thing.

“Oh that Old Wives Tale is just a con, you putting mustard in your socks doesn’t cure a cold it just gives you something else to think about.” You know the type of thing people say.

In my book though the most important outcome is that you DO feel better, irrespective of how it is achieved.

Click here to discover how you can ease away muscular and joint pain

Even if horseradish on the wrist isn’t founded in medical literature, maybe he just believes in the remedy so much, his mind helps his body heal itself.

Stranger things have happened. Me not making the Welsh Rugby team for instance, even though I was a BRILLIANT fly half!

Anyway, the point I'm trying to make is – if there's a chance something could work for you, try it.

Of course, check things out with your doctor first, but in my opinion it's mad not to give something a go if it's helped other people cure the same problem you're suffering from.

So if you suffer from any time of back pain, you should pay very close attention to what I have to say...

This has worked like nothing else to kill off my back pain. Will it work for you as well?

Pain Ease Wrap

As I'm sure you're aware, I suffer from back pain from time to time. And anything can trigger it...

When I leap up to do the dishes, when I bend over to carry all of Lara's bags after I've INSISTED we go clothes shopping all day...

All right, I'm not fooling anyone am I? But simple everyday things like these can cause my back to twinge and seize up.

Lucky for me they're pretty rare.

But when my back plays up, it can be pretty unbearable. And once I put it out, the nagging ache will take weeks to clear up. Now in the past, I've tried a variety of treatments and some of them have been excellent.

But there's always been one problem...

The pain may pass, but the CAUSE of the pain remains. And I guess that's why my back pain flares up from time to time.

However, even though I use any excuse for a good moan, I'd be the first to say that I'm lucky.

Back pain only strikes me occasionally.

But for some people, back pain is a real problem something that dogs them constantly, gnawing away hour after hour, day after day.

I can heartily recommend my two stage process to calm an aching joint then deal with it effectively in the long-term.

Once I feel the tell tale nagging begin (pain that is rather than the choice ‘advice’ I encounter for my nearest and dearest!) I run a deep hot bath and drop in a soothing Joint Bomb

Then after a dry down, a clean pair of pyjamas and a warm pair of slippers I reach for my Pain Ease Wrap

This little device I discovered uses a type of technology called MCT that gently penetrates the damaged tissue and gets the body healing itself. Which means the pain doesn't just disappear temporarily it disappears permanently.

Seriously, if you suffer from back, neck, shoulder or knee pain, give this a try.

That's an important word: TRY. I'm not saying you should keep this - not if it doesn't work for you. But if you don't try new remedies and new treatments, chances are you'll be stuck with your ailment forever.

And, in my case, my two stage approach works like nothing else I've tried.

As and when needed I wear one of these discreet devices for a few hours a day, and it truly helps my pain ease away.

What's best for me though is that it doesn't interrupt my busy days one little bit (eating breakfast, reading health reports, eating lunch, watching sport, dodging household chores... it all adds up you know).

I just pop this on (no one notices I'm 'wearing' one),then forget about it while it gets to work on my back, using a technology that actually works WITH your body so that you heal, rather than just block pain artificially.

While you're waiting for your Pain Ease wrap to arrive (you will try one, won't you?), here are some simple natural remedies to tide you over...

5 natural ways to protect yourself from pain

• The monkey's favourite. Bananas are rich in potassium, and large amounts of potassium seem to have helped some sufferers. Exactly why potassium helps is one of life's little mysteries, but if it works, why ask questions! Try loading up on potassium rich foods such as bananas, oranges and potatoes.

Bananas are also great for helping to keep cramp at bay, so if you suffer from raging night time pain in your calves, try a banana smoothie before bedtime.

• Try a cup of nettle tea. Nettle has been used for centuries to treat dozens of ailments, including sciatica - because active compounds in the leaves reduce inflammation.

Pick the youngest freshest leaves (wear gloves to avoid the stings!) and gently steep in boiling water for a few minutes – set aside to cool and serve.

• Rub the pain away! Lie on your back, with your lower back supported by pillows. Lift up your leg and massage along the nerve from the back of the knee round to the hip. Then repeat going downwards. Work back and forth across the nerve. Repeat three times.

• St. John's Wort Oil is said to be an effective massage oil for relief of sciatica, arthritis and back pain, so perhaps you can try it with the above tip!

• Blow hot and cold: This is particularly good for muscle pain and back pain.

Start off by treating the aching area with a cold gel pack, which can be picked up at most chemists. These are specially made so that the packs stay soft and pliable even when they are freezing.

Of course, a good old-fashioned pack of frozen peas will have the same effect, so use whatever suits you. The cold temperature will slow your circulation, which in turn calms inflammation and pain.

Try the cold treatment twice a day over two days. If the pain doesn't diminish, switch tactics and use heat.

A heating pad or hot water bottle (or even a flannel soaked in boiling water then wrung out and folded) will alert your body to the problem, and draw blood packed with oxygen and nutrients into the aching area. The warmth will ease tense muscles and relieve pain.

Don’t forget, you can try a Pain Ease Wrap of 30 days free home trial and get a full refund if you are not happy, but we all know that a good hot soak in a herb rich bath will always perk you up – so at the very least treat yourself to a fantastic Joint Bomb.

Get a Pain Ease Wrap on 30 day home trial here

Delight in the warmth and easing power of a Joint Bomb here

 

Yours, as always

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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