Dr Oz: Pain Remedies
It seems like doctors are a little too quick with the prescription pad these days. If you are tired of antibiotics and other pills, check out the natural pain remedies Dr. Oz featured for his audience.
You can use these strategies to tackle your back pain, sinus problems, or even those persistent, debilitating migraine headaches.
One of the advantages of natural remedies is that you can experiment and try different things to find something that works for you. Dr. Russ Greenfield shared some of his remedy recommendations with Doctor Oz. Here are the ideas they talked about.
Dr. Oz: Zyflamend Remedy for Back Pain
Everyone has had some type of back pain in their life. Zyflamend could help ease that pain. It uses a blend of anti-inflammatory herbs and spices to help provide relief.
Research has been done to prove this product’s effectiveness, and it also contains antioxidants and stress busters. Stress is often associated with pain.
Dr Oz: Chinese Skullcap Remedy for Back Pain
This is another approach to chronic or uncomfortable back pain, which also works through the use of anti-inflammatories. It is designed to be taken with food, and the show said you should take one softgel twice a day.
Though the natural form of this remedy tastes like tree bark, according to Dr. Oz, the supplement version is much more palatable.
Dr. Oz: Migraine Remedy: Butterbur
Migraines can be an excruciating and chronic problem for some people. But one study found that Butterbur reduced the occurrence of migraines by almost half. That’s an impressive result that would make me give it a shot, if I had this problem.
It can also target the allergy symptoms that are sometimes associated with Migraine Headaches. The recommended dosage is 75 mg twice a day, though you can gradually increase that to a 100 mg dosage, if needed.
Dr Oz: Bromelain for Sinuses
If you have frequent sinus congestion and are tired of the typical over the counter medicines, you can try a supplement to see if you get better results.
Bromelain is naturally found in Pineapples, and can reduce inflammation, especially for people struggling with Sinusitis. The recommended regimen is 200 mg, twice a day.