Schuessler's salts Sciatica

The principal remedy in this disease. “Affection of the sciatic nerve, which extends down the back of the thigh to the knee; dragging pain; torpor;
stiffness; great restlessness and pain; nervous exhaustion; lack of motor stimulus; moving gently for a little time gives relief.




  1. It depends upon the severity of case. Ny father started sciatica complaint and right at the beginning 3 doses of each Bryonia 30 and Rhus Tox 30 cured in 2 days.

  2. (things ive tried hot rubs, stretching in general, laying down when it was too much, walking, trying some of the fruits that help with pain) oh the one that just I’ve gotten from the F doc “loose weight” meanwhile they haven’t even checked my chart (easier said then done with thyroid and pcos issues)

  3. I have had sciatica for a very long time and I’ve tried all sorts of things. there must be different types of sciatica . levels of it…theres no way when I get this pain that I can do “Yoga” I can’t sit for more then a few seconds, walking is just as hard and I can stand for a short time. as for trying herbs MOST of these cannot be located (locally) I’m in a small town. even if I go into the town over they can’t be located! so that’s kind of “useless info” I do the heat rub but again I have to keep applying it, my dr has me on lyrica (which helps) but I don’t like how it makes me feel dizzy and really tired. so I only take it on my really terrible days! Most everyday dr’s don’t seem to understand (or anyone that hasn’t suffered) the amount of pain that sciatica causes! it doesn’t go away for longer then a few days (occasionally a week) I’m 34 and I hope this isn’t what I have to look forward too (my dr want me to go to physio if they recommend yoga i’m going to slap them!!!!

  4. On a pillow dat u rest ur head, put another pillow vertically n sleep.. this sciatica thing goes away n never returns. All this requires is pressure..

  5. + Mike Yoga is not much of an effective means to relieve sciatic pain but it does strengthen the muscles and improving flexibility. Moreover, one of the reports online also says that a yoga practice can help sciatica sufferers “move and function better so they don’t fall into a posture that aggravates the sciatica.”
    Since the sciatic nerve is not close to our skin and is buried deep within the buttock, cold and heat may not calm down the inflammation within. However, it does help reduce the pain a bit. You may apply an ice pack or a heating pad as needed for 15 minutes.
    As may already know it, there are quite a lot of herbs to help you fight the pain and inflammation, naturally. Some of the best herbs used for nerve pain, nerve health, and inflammation are Devil’s claw, Jamaican dogwood, Turmeric, Kratom, Arnica, Willow, Skullcap, John’s wort, Mullein root, Roman chamomile, Clary Sage, Lavender, Linden flower, Milky oats tops, and Licorice.

  6. please post specific recommended dilutions and supporting peer reviewed study references. thanks.

  7. Hi. In what dilutions are best results 30CH? 200CH? Thanks in advance

  8. I had sciatica for almost 2 years and was unable to sit and walk without atrocious pain. Chiropractors, acupuncture didn’t help me at all. The situation was really bad. However, one day I scrolled through facebook and accidentally found an article with 3 sciatica stretches (you can find it by clicking on this tag #3_sciatica_stretches). I didn’t believe that some stretches can help me to deal with sciatica, but I had nothing to lose so I tried to do them and surprisingly after first session my pain was almost gone! It didn’t last long until my sciatica went away permanently. So from now on, I recommend everyone who have sciatica to practice specific stretches and hope for the best 🙂


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