Sunday, July 23, 2017

The term sciatica refers to the pain felt in the lower part of the back, buttocks, and leg(s), which occurs as a result of pinched or irritated sciatic nerve – the largest and thickest nerve in the human’s body. Sciatica is not medically diagnosed itself, but it’s one of the most common back problems nowadays. Besides the debilitating pain, sciatica sufferers also experience tingling and numbness in the leg(s). 


Most people try to relieve their sciatic pain with medications which provide only temporary effect. We also must say that when it comes to sciatica relief, a lot of experts recommend exercise and certain yoga stretches as the most effective way to treat this back problem. 


But, in this post you’ll learn how to prepare a homemade remedy that will treat your sciatic nerve and relieve your pain successfully. 


In case you aren’t sure if your symptoms indicate sciatica, here’s a list of the most common sciatica symptoms. 


Symptoms of Sciatica 
Pain that starts in the lower back or one side of the hip, and radiates to the buttocks and leg(s)
Tingling in the leg(s)
The pain aggravates as you sit 
Weakness, numbness, or difficulty moving the foot or leg 
Difficulty moving and standing caused by stabbing pain sensation 
Constant buttock pain 
Recipe for Sciatica and Back Pain Remedy 


Ingredients: 
4 cloves of garlic 
200 ml. Milk 
Honey (to taste) 
Preparation 

Crush the cloves and then cook them on low heat. While cooking, add the milk and wait for several minutes until it starts to boil. Then, remove it from heat. 


How to Consume 
Consume this mixture once a day, and you’ll soon notice improvements in your pain. This is because garlic possesses anti-inflammatory properties which will reduce and prevent swelling of the sciatic nerve. 


Additional Tip 
For best results, combine this remedy with exercises or stretches for sciatica relief. It’s enough to do several stretches for few minutes every day, and your pain will disappear completely. 

This post was republished from Womansen ergy. You can find the original post here.