Ginger root, which is used to treat vomiting, can also be used in the treatment of back
pain. The anti-inflammatory compounds in ginger can provide relief from back pain.
Cut thin slices of fresh ginger root and put them in a pot of boiling water. Simmer and
simmer for 10-15 minutes. Allow the mixture to cool to room temperature and strain. Add
honey, and then drink it. You can drink this ginger tea two or three times a day for a
few days or until you see an improvement. Basil leaves
Basil leaves can also come to your rescue when you suffer from back pain.
Add 8-10 basil leaves in a cup of water and boil until the water evaporates half.
Let cool to room temperature and then add a pinch of salt.
For mild pain, drink this mixture once a day; for severe pain, drink twice a day. Herbal Oil
Back massage with herbal oil can help relax your muscles and relieve pain. You can use
any herb oil and eucalyptus oil, almond oil, olive oil or coconut oil. Heat the oil until
hot and then massage gently the painful area. Garlic Garlic is another effective remedy that can
help treat back pain. Simply eating two or three cloves of garlic every morning with
an empty stomach will help relieve the pain. You can also massage your back with garlic
oil. To make garlic oil, heat a little coconut
oil, mustard oil or sesame oil over low heat, and then add 8 to 10 cloves of garlic to it.
Fry the garlic until brown. Strain the oil and let it cool to room temperature.
Gently massage the back with oil. Leave on for a while and then take a warm bath. Hot and cold therapy
Many people seeking immediate relief from severe back pain, by placing a hot water in
the area. This usually gets rid of the pain in a short time. It has been seen that the
application of an ice pack on the back can also achieve the same results. Massage Therapy
Massage has been known to relieve backaches and pains, but people should make sure they
only visit a certified masseuse. It is important to inform the masseuse full details on the
type of back pain and the cause.