3 natural ways to prevent pain along the spine


Due to reduced movement and the absence of normal physical activities, more and more people have severe chest pain, neuralgia and back / back pain. Hot stones, a wooden roller and juniper branches can help reduce these ailments.
Soak small juniper branches briefly (or scald) in hot water. Put foil on a warm blanket and then a thin towel. Put juniper branches on it and cover with a thin towel. Carefully lie on the branches. Wrap in a warm blanket. There will be a burning sensation which, combined with the heat, reduces pain in the spine and back. The procedure takes 20-30 minutes. After the procedure, wrap your back with a warm blanket.
Hot stones are often used for relaxation, body recovery processes and treatment of back pain. Find flat and perfectly smooth stones or round or oval stones with a diameter of approximately 10 centimeters. Basalt stones are an excellent choice, basalt collects heat the best and retains heat the longest. Heat the stones in boiling water at a temperature of 50-55 ° C. Dry the stones with a towel. Put the first hot stone on your back. Move the stone in a circular motion along the entire spine. Repeat the procedure with the other hot stones. Massage oil enhances the effect. A small spoon of olive oil, 2 drops of sandalwood essential oil. 2 drops of rosemary essential oil. Mix all types of oil carefully. Drizzle a mixture of oils on each stone. Spread the oil on the stone.
Every household usually has a wooden roller. We use it often to make homemade pies, cakes and rolled dough. Do a light back stretch. Let the muscles warm up. Do a light self-massage (squeezing the contracted / petrified muscles of the back that tighten the nerve root – which interferes with the nutrition of the vertebrae). The wooden roller should be approximately 3-5 cm in diameter and 40-45 cm long. Place the roller on the exercise mat. Lie on your back. Roll over the roller.

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