Do you have chronic pain on your legs, buttocks, and lower back? This possibility stems from your sciatic nerve. Sciatic nerve is the nerve that runs from the bottom of your head to your feet. Symptoms of pain due to sciatic nerve are quite severe, such as sudden pain or numbness on the affected area.
Almost all doctors tend to advise chemical medicines, unfortunately most of them are able to bring some disturbing side effects. This article will describe an alternative to taking drugs, by way of special yoga exercises combined by a turmeric-based recipe.
This exercise is designed only to reduce rheumatic pain on the pelvis. Fortunately, anyone can do it. This yoga pose will be more effective if combined with a turmeric-based natural recipe.
Turmeric contains curcumin, a compound that serves to resolve inflammation, including what caused by sciatica.
One way to overcome sciatica naturally is by consuming turmeric tea. Dr. Weil advised to mix four cups of boiling water with 1 tablespoon of ground turmeric tea. The mixture should be boiled for up to 10 minutes and then filtered. You can add a few drops of honey to taste.
If you feel that the tea is a bit too strong then you can add a quarter teaspoon on various daily menu such as soups, sauces, salad dressings, and scrambled eggs. However you should strive to have to increase the consumption of up to 1 teaspoon. You can also consume turmeric in a paste form that can also be applied to the sore area.
To get the turmeric paste you can mix half a cup of water with 1 tablespoon of turmeric and boil into a quarter cup of solution. Reduce the heat and simmer for 10 minutes while stirring constantly. Once you get pasta then cool and store in tightly covered container.
Apply the paste on the affected area and leave for 15 minutes then wash off with warm water. By doing this you can get rid of the inflammation briefly.
Ways of working
Turmeric contains a compound that can reduce levels of inflammation-fuel enzymes. It has been proven for centuries in ancient Indian medicine. Some scientists Malaysia in 2010 has confirmed the efficacy of turmeric to the reduction of inflammation.
Recommended dose for adults is 300 mg three times a day.