Dr Oz, Yellow Mustard for Back Spasm Pain, White Willow Bark, Emu Oil

Dr. Oz Talks About How White Willow Bark and Emu Oil Can Ease Back Pain

yellow mustard for back spasms

Eating Yellow Mustard Helps To Instantly Relieve Back Spasms

Sometimes you can pinpoint why you are experiencing back pain, and other times it seems to come out of the blue.  During this segment on today’s (February 7, 2015) show Dr. Oz talks about remedies for sudden back pain like White Willow Bark and Emu Oil.

Back Pain Remedies

Dr. Oz invited Peggy Brill (Physical Therapist) on to the show to talk about sudden back pain and remedies to treat various sorts of back pain.  Here are the solutions that Peggy and Dr. Oz shared on the show :

Eat Yellow Mustard For Back Spasms

Back muscle spasms can come out of the blue and hit you hard and fast.  Muscle spasms can be very painful and debilitating.  Peggy Brill recommended a natural solution that may surprise you.  Peggy suggested eating 1 tbsp of yellow mustard for instant relief!  Peggy said that she has spoken to experts in the field and even to professional athletes who swear by the “Yellow Mustard Remdy.”

White Willow Bark For Slipped Disc

When you suffer a slip disc, you experience a pain that can bring tears to your eyes.  Slip discs cause pain because the disc is putting pressure on the nerves.   Peggy Brill said that White Willow Bark helps to ease this type of back pain.  She suggested taking it in tincture form.  Take 4-6 ML of White Willow Bark Tincture in water 3 times a day for relief.

Emu Oil For Strained Muscles

Most of us have experienced strained muscles through over exertion.  Pushing your muscles beyond their capacity can cause tears which can be quite painful.  Peggy suggested rubbing Emu Oil on to the painful muscle for relief.  She said that Emu Oil helps to reduce inflammation, swelling, and the pain associated with a strained muscle.Are you a fan of Dr. Oz but unable to view his show regularly?  Consider Liking “Fans of Dr. Oz” on Facebook to view daily show recaps and summaries.