Living In Pain?...Here's Some Ways to Live a Pain Free Lifestyle!

Living In Constant Pain!?


Here are some tips and tricks + lifestyle changes you can do to work towards becoming pain free!

There are so many variations of pain.

Are you suffering from chronic pain? Mild pain? Hammer your finger or have a long day at work?

There are different things you can do to help reduce pain whether it’s a lifestyle change or an herbal product to take!


A lot of chronic pains come from inflammation of some kind. Some issues are from past injuries or internal mishaps.

When it comes to pain relief, it’s not a one-size-fits-all. It’s important to find out the cause of your pain so you can start the healing from that point.

A good place to start is the diet and lifestyle changes. See what you can implement into your everyday!



Here are some lifestyle changes you can make to help reduce chronic pain.

Limit or avoid inflammatory foods - Sugar, white flour & simple carbs, trans fast & fried food, excess alcohol, MSG, artificial & processed food

Stay Hydrated

Balance Meals-Whole food diets consisting of protein, fats & carbohydrates.

Herbs for Chronic Pain - Turmeric, Ginger, Cinnamon, Cayenne

Mind-Body Approaches for Pain Relief - Deep breathing, Meditation, Yoga, Tai chi, Qigong, Regular, gentle exercise, Time in nature, Reiki healing


Herbal Aspirins:


Willow Bark

Holy Basil/Tulsi


Topical Remedies for Acute and Chronic Pain:


Holy Basil/Tulsi


St. John’s Wort Oil

Cayenne pepper




Natural COX-2 Inhibitors + Natural Anti Inflammatories (Manage and treat chronic pain syndromes):





Holy Basil/Tulsi





Muscle Relaxers:




Blue Vervain



Herbs to Relieve Nerve Pain:

St. John’s Wort


Blue Vervain

Lion’s Mane Mushroom




Sample Protocols:


Protocol Points for Fibromyalgia:

Diet: Focus on an anti-inflammatory diet and take out any potential food sensitivities.

Lifestyle: Make sufficient deep sleep and regular movement your top priorities. Use herbal sleep aids if you need to, and slowly work your way into mild to moderate excise that suits you. Consider walking, swimming, yoga/stretching/mobility, or tai chi. Also consider bodywork, both for direct pain relief and the healing benefits of touch.

Herbs: Diet and lifestyle play the biggest roles, but specific herbs can be used. Turmeric, ginger, tart cherry for inflammation. Gotu kola, ashwagandha and holy basil for stress-mood component.



Protocol Points for Sciatica:

Diet: Focus on anti-inflammatory diet, including omega-3s and anti-inflammatory superfoods like turmeric, tart cherry, and pineapple. Mineral deficiencies - especially lack of magnesium, B vitamins, calcium, and vitamin D - may worsen the pain. Try supplements or high nutrient foods like nettles, leafy greens, nuts, and seeds.

Lifestyle: Figure out whether specific activities aggravate your sciatica. Res, physical therapy, ergonomics, regular exercise and stretching, and bodywork like chiropractic would be the primary holistic therapies.

Herbs: Combine anti-inflammatory herbs (turmeric, tart cherry, frankincense, ashwagandha, holy basil) with nerve-pain tonics (skullcap, blue vervain)



Be sure to check out my website for products that I carry for pain!


I hope all of this helps! Feel free to reach out with any questions you may have!!


Sending y'all my love,


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