As a result of irritated or pinched sciatic nerve – the thickest and largest nerve in the body, we suffer from sciatic pain in the legs, buttocks and lower part of the back. Sciatica is one of the most common issues nowadays. People who suffer from this pain can also experience numbness and tingling in the leg(s).

Sciatica

In order to relieve sciatica pain, most of the people take prescribed medications which provide only temporary effects. Many experts recommend certain yoga stretches and exercises as the most effective method to treat this back issue when it comes to a sciatica relief.

However, today we will present you homemade remedy that will relieve your pain and treat your sciatic nerve successfully.

Here is a list of the most common sciatica symptoms in case you are not sure if your signs indicate sciatica:

Symptoms Of Sciatica

  • Constant Buttock Pain
  • Difficulty standing and moving caused by stabbing pain sensation
  • Numbness, weakness and difficulty moving the leg or foot
  • The pain aggravates as you sit
  • Tingling in the leg(s)
  • Pain that starts in one side of the hip or in the lower back, and radiates to the leg(s) and buttocks

Sciatica and Back Pain Remedy

  • Honey (to taste)
  • 200 ml milk
  • 4 cloves of garlic

Instructions:

Crush and cook the cloves of garlic on low heat. Add the milk while cooking, wait until it starts boil and then remove from the heat.

You can add a bit of honey if the taste is too strong. This powerful mixture is extremely effective for sciatic pain relief.

Use:

This mixture should be consumed once a day and you will feel the improvements in a short period of time. The anti-inflammatory properties of garlic will prevent and reduce swelling of the sciatic nerve.

Additional Tips:

Get the best and fat results by combining stretches or exercises with this remedy. Several stretches for a few min are enough to get rid of the pain completely.

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