The sciatic nerve, which is the longest nerve in the body, it starts in the spine and goes all the way to the ankle on both legs. Although sciatica pain is typical for the elderly, the truth is that it can affect people of all ages. Moreover, it not always manifested as pain. Some people experience tremors, pain, numbness, or weakness and fall without reason.
Although sciatica pain is usually a result of pressure on the nerve of a prolapsed disc in the spine, which is usually caused by sitting for an extended period of time or sitting in an odd position period. Other risk factors include stress, pregnancy, heavy lifting, and even tumors.
sections making is one of the easiest way to relieve sciatica pain, but some people are simply pressed for time and are not able to do all eight yoga postures before work. Lying on your back with knees bent toward your chest is another way to address this issue. However, you can also treat sciatica pain with essential oils and other herbs as successfully as with previous treatments.
There are many oils can be used to treat sciatica pain. All you have to do is mixed with a carrier oil, such as oil, avocado oil, coconut oil, grape seed oil, extra virgin olive oil, jojoba or sweet almond oil and massage the mixture in the affected area.
- Juniper essential oil
- Roman chamomile essential oil
- pepper essential oil
- mustard oil
- lavender essential oil
- fresh lemon juice (rubbed on the affected area)
- fresh oregano or thyme (added the bathwater)
- nettle tea
- saffron tea
- celery juice or tea
- Adding a combination of any of the essential oils above for the bath water (10 drops for sensitive skin, 15 for normal skin). The combination of pepper or mustard and juniper oil is especially effective