Oils Therapy for Back Pain, Nerve Pain

Pain experts have divided the physical causes of pain into two types: nociceptive and neuropathic pain. The differences are important for understanding the nature of the pain problem and especially for determining how to treat the pain.

Nociceptive pain

Nociceptors are the nerves which sense and respond to parts of the body which suffer from damage. They signal tissue irritation, impending injury, or actual injury. When activated, they transmit pain signals (via the peripheral nerves as well as the spinal cord) to the brain. The pain is typically well localized, constant, and often with an aching or throbbing quality. Visceral pain is the subtype of nociceptive pain that involves the internal organs. It tends to be episodic and poorly localized.

Examples include sprains, bone fractures, burns, bumps, bruises, inflammation (from an infection or arthritic disorder), obstructions, and myofascial pain (which may indicate abnormal muscle stresses).

What causes nociceptive pain include:

  • broken or fractured bones
  • bruises
  • burns
  • cuts
  • inflammation (from infection or arthritis)
  • sprains.

Neuropathic pain

This type of pain is caused by a problem with one or more nerves themselves. The function of the nerve is affected in a way that it sends pain messages to the brain. Neuropathic pain is often described as burning, stabbing, shooting, aching, or like an electric shock.

What causes neuropathic pain?

In the current science of medical research, various conditions can affect nerves and may cause neuropathic pain as one of the features of the condition. These include the following:

  • Trigeminal neuralgia.
  • Postherpetic neuralgia (pain following shingles).
  • Diabetic neuropathy – a nerve disorder that develops in some people with diabetes.
  • Phantom limb pain following an amputation.
  • Multiple sclerosis.
  • Pain following chemotherapy.
  • HIV infection.
  • Alcoholism.
  • Cancer.
  • Atypical facial pain.
  • Various other uncommon nerve disorders.

 

Recommendation:

Pain Relief Protocol for Topical
Can be repeated as often as needed.

Option 1

Formula by Marc Schreuder

2 drops each COPAIBA & OREGANO
Mix in palm and apply over area of pain.
NOTE:  If skin is sensitive, a few drops of V6 can be added.

Option 2

  1. BELIEVE Blend (with Idaho Balsam Fir, Coriander, Frankincense, Idaho Blue Spruce, Ylang ylang, Geranium)
  2. COPAIBA
  3. PANAWAY Blend
  4. Deep Relief Roll-On (with Peppermint, Balsam Fir, Clove, Vetiver, Wintergreen, Lemon, Helichrysum , Copaiba, Coconut oil)
  5. Stress Away Blend (with copaiba, lime, Cedarwood, Vanilla, Ocotea, and lavender oil)

Apply 2-3 drops over area of pain as often as needed, wait few minutes to apply other oils.

Pain Relief Protocol for Ingestion

Gary Young gave this recipe for “Morphine Bomb” – an exceptional pain reliever for ALL types of pain.

FRANKINCENSE + BALSAM FIR + COPAIBA

Put 5 drops of each single oil in a capsule.  Can be repeated as often as needed.

It is best to find out what are the causes of pain, understanding the root causes not only relieve the pain and also treating the root of the problem with other natural options/combination. For example, Cancer..Frankincense and Ningxia Red is good, Immune Disorder like Multiple sclerosis, HIV with Raindrops Oils / Frankincense oil / Immupower oil / Juniper oil / SulfurZyme / Multigreen / Ningxia Red etc.

Personal Experience:

“Gave the “Morphine Bomb” to my hubbie yesterday — he had dislodged his L4 and was still in extreme pain after the adjustment. After the capsule, he “forgot about it” and did a huge amount of work for a party we’re having today. When I asked him this morning he said, “I guess it must have helped, just a little discomfort now”. I’m sure you’ve heard a grown man wincing in pain, well that’s been going on for a while, and now it’s gone. Thank you Dr. Young, for your everyday miracles! This morphine bomb works!”

Cheryl Planert

USA