Stop Lower Back Pain—Naturally and Effectively

Stop Lower Back Pain—Naturally and Effectively

Stop Lower Back Pain—Naturally and Effectively

If you are one of the millions of Americans dealing with excruciating back pain every day, you have probably tried over-the-counter and prescription pain relievers, physical therapy, or steroid injections. Maybe you’ve considered risky back surgery in an attempt to get rid of the pain. Here’s some good news. You can safely and effectively deal with your back pain in a different way.

If you are one of the millions of Americans who suffer from back pain due to injury or chronic conditions, you know how difficult—and risky—getting relief can be.

Fortunately, there are powerful ingredients that relieve pain, stop damaging inflammation, and help rebuild the cartilage that cushions your spine. This combination of curcumin, boswellia, devil’s claw, DLPA, and white willow bark provides you with a targeted, effective, and safe approach with no serious side effects.

The ingredients:

  • Stop pain and inflammation
  • Rebuild cushioning cartilage
  • Strengthen lower back structure
  • Safe to use every day

If you are one of the millions of Americans dealing with excruciating back pain every day, you have probably tried over-the-counter and prescription pain relievers, perhaps along with chiropractic adjustments, physical therapy, or steroid injections, or maybe you have even considered risky back surgery in an attempt to get rid of the pain. There is a better, safer way.

In this Terry Talks Nutrition®, we’re going to look at the nutrients that can reduce inflammation, rebuild cushioning cartilage, and give you lasting relief from low back pain.

The Lower Back—Complex and Easily Damaged


When we think of the back, we normally think of the spine – the centerpiece of the entire structure. But of course, there’s much more to it than that. The back comprises all of the muscles, ribs, nerve endings, cartilage, and blood vessels that work in unison to carry us through the day.

The spine is a stack of 30 vertebrae—round bones with a central opening for the spinal cord—that extend from the base of the skull. The spinal cord contains a bundle of nerves that run from the brain to nearly all other parts of the body. Between the vertebrae are discs made of cushioning cartilage that keep us flexible and absorb shocks. The ligaments and tendons along the spinal column attach muscles to the spine and hold the vertebrae in their proper positions. When these cushioning disks rupture or move out of place due to lower back injury or strain, pain—sometimes extreme—is the result.

The resulting scar tissue from torn or injured muscles or discs is never quite as strong or mobile as the original healthy tissue, and that can set up more back injuries to follow.

The problem with conventional treatments for lower back pain (outside of the obvious complications of surgery for severe cases) is that over-the-counter and prescription pain medications cause a number of risky side effects, including severe damage to your stomach lining, liver, kidneys, and heart. Fortunately, there are safe and effective ingredients that stop pain and inflammatory damage, and help rebuild the cushioning cartilage of your spine.