The main cause for Sciatica pain is the irritation or compression of the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is the biggest nerve in our body, starting from the lower spine area, down each leg, to the feet. What is more, this nerve enables the movement and strength of the legs.

Namely, Sciatica pain is mostly felt in the lower back, the hip and to the outer leg side. Unfortunately, it is often accompanied by a tingling sensation or numbness and significantly impedes simple movements and everyday life. When having sciatica pain, people usually take strong painkillers.

The most common symptoms that occur during sciatica pain are: leg cramps and sharp, intense pain, as well as numbness and tingling in the area of the buttock, feet, or legs. In most of the cases, the pain is felt in one leg only, not in both at once.

Furthermore, the Sciatica pain may be caused also by a herniated or slipped disc, degenerative disc disease, a spinal injury or infection, isthmic spondylolisthesis, pregnancy, spinal stenosis and Piriformis syndrome.

Sciatica pain is usually treated in various ways and treatments, but these provide only a temporary pain relief. Most of steroid injections cause serious side-effects, therefore the best way is to find an effective natural therapy and treat the issue properly.

In order to soothe the pain, pressure and inflammation of the sciatic nerve, there are several natural remedies, which will provide effects in only 6 weeks.

Some of the best ones are exemplified below:

Turmeric

It is an amazing spice that has potent anti-inflammatory effects, so it efficiently treats sciatica pain, and its active ingredient, curcuma, soothes inflammation and nerve pain.

Instructions: Firstly, you add a teaspoon of it to a cup of milk, and boil the mixture. Also, you can add cinnamon to sweeten the flavor. Finally, consume it 1-2 times every day until the pain disappears.

*REMEMBER: turmeric is not recommended in the case of gallstones, or if the person takes blood thinners or diabetes medications.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hot/Cold Compresses

Due to these compresses Sciatica pain and inflammation are reduced to a great extent. In other words, the heat soothes the pain and inflammation and relaxes the muscles which may compress the sciatic nerve. Besides this, the cold ones treat the swelling around it and alleviate pain. The best thing for you too is to alternate heat and cold, but start with a hot compress, with a steamed towel. You need to change the compresses every 15-20 minutes, and repeat after a few hours until the pain is gone.

 

Bark

Willow bark gives the great effects in the case of sciatica pain, because it is high in phenolic glycosides with allicin which have strong analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties .First, you need to  add 50 grams of it to a bowl with a liter of water. Then leave this during the night, and in the morning, you should boil it for 15 minutes. After that, leave it to cool and pour it into a glass container. When all this is done, you can drink 3 cups of this drink every day.

 

Arnica

Arnica is most often used to treat the pain. All you need to do is to apply it to the painful area.

 

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The main cause for Sciatica pain is the irritation or compression of the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is the biggest nerve in our body, starting from the lower spine area, down each leg, to the feet. What is more, this nerve enables the movement and strength of the...