A Healthy Option
Take a look at Holistic Pain.
By Kevin Whipps
There are lots of ways to treat pain, but what about natural solutions that don’t rely on prescriptions and pharmacies? That was the concept behind Holistic Pain, a company started by several pain doctors, a chiropractor and a naturopathic doctor with the intention of combining their specialized knowledge to help those in pain. The result is a series of proprietarily combined formulas that give your pain a punch back, and each one is targeted for specific issues.
With that in mind, we decided to take a closer look at Holistic Pain’s products and see what they had to offer.
According to the Migraine Research Foundation, more than 10% of the U.S. population suffers from severe head pain, and while most of these individuals experience one to two attacks per month, about 14-million people experience severe head pain nearly every single day.
Holistic Pain’s Head Formula contains a number of natural components, including folic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, coenzyme Q10, and Butterbur.
Butterbur, a natural herb, has been used medicinally through much of human history. Recent studies have linked Butterbur to the prevention of severe head pain. Researchers have theorized that Butterbur helps head pain by preventing swelling and pressure on the head’s blood vessels. In Germany, formulas containing Butterbur are available by prescription for head pain.
HP’s Nerve Formula is blended with powerful natural ingredients to promote and support healthy nerve function. These ingredients include: melatonin, fish oil, ginseng root, ginkgo biloba extract, coenzyme Q10, St. John’s Wort, and S-adenosyl methionine (SAMe). We have chosen every ingredient in this formula very carefully, based on guidance from the latest research studies.
Nerve pain is often marked by discomfort in the musculoskeletal system, fatigue, trouble sleeping, mental stress, emotional pain, and other unpleasant symptoms that make daily tasks extremely difficult.
Over the course of a lifetime, our joints suffer a lot of wear and tear. Cartilage gradually breaks down, and muscles or ligaments may weaken or become overused. With this gradual breakdown can come a great deal of pain that makes everyday activities difficult.
With such pain, relief is the first priority. Holistic Pain’s Joint Formula is composed of natural ingredients that can be considered for your pain needs. It contains vitamins and minerals, as well as natural substances like glucosamine, chondroitin, boswellia serrata and devil’s claw.
Devil’s claw is an African herb that has long been incorporated into herbal remedies for the treatment of muscle pain, painful inflammation, and other conditions. The herb helps to reduce swelling and inflammation and, thereby, reduces pain.
The effectiveness of glucosamine and chondroitin for the treatment of pain was analyzed in a recent statistical review of 15 studies focused on the subject. The review found that, when combined, glucosamine and chondroitin provided moderate to great relief from pain. The Mayo Clinic reports that glucosamine has been found useful for helping with mild-to-moderate knee pain, as well as general joint pain.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s 36th report on the health status of the nation, called “Health, United States, 2012,” low back pain affects roughly one-third of the U.S. population.
Back pain may be the result of an injury, lifestyle, disease, or other condition, or related to genetics. As those who suffer from back pain know, it can negatively impact every aspect of a person’s life.
Holistic Pain’s Spine Formula contains many natural components, including glucosamine, chondroitin, S-adenosyl methionine (SAMe), and willow bark.
There are lots of ways to mediate your pain problems, so why not try something more natural? Holistic Pain has a wide variety of products available to suit your needs.
You can find them on the web at Holisticpain.com.
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