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Re: [at-l] Vitamin "I" and other pain relievers
- Subject: Re: [at-l] Vitamin "I" and other pain relievers
- From: Lynn Setzer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 23 Dec 1996 13:43:25 -0500
about joint/muscle pain:
has anybody out there ever tried arnica? It's some sort of homepathic
remedy that you don't have to swallow.
I woman I met once while hiking in the Rockies told me about it, I bought
some - it was in a creme form -- , used it, and it seemed to do the trick.
Has anybody else had any experience with it?
At 11:42 AM 12/22/96 -0500, you wrote:
>I would like to add to the above question.
>Does anyone on the list use pain relievers other than aspirin, tylenol,
> ibuprofen, or naprosin that they have found effective? AND safe for very
>I have had 2 knee surgeries, and have intermittent (bad) back pain due an old
>back injury (I broke my backbone many, many years ago, but it is currently
>stable, or so the doctors tell me.). The muscles around my backbone support
>my back, but they get pretty P O'd every once and a while (my disks get do a
>little unhappy dance too) & I need to take something for the pain.
>My problem is, that I have severe stomach problems any time I take ANY anti
>inflammitories. Coated pills, pills taken with tons of stomach settling
>medicine, pills after tons of food, any pills (anti inflamitiories), they all
>make me sick. All I can take is Tylenol, which doesn't help the swelling.
>Does anyone have any ideas, help, suggestions, home remedies (know a good
>This may not work for everyone but it did work for the woman I did research
>with and me when we had bad back pain. "The Acupressure Warm-Up by Marc
>Coseo. This book takes advantages of 2000 years of Chinese wisdom
>concerning pressure points throughout the back, legs, and neck area. By
>applying pressure to these areas using something as simple as tennis balls,
>one may be stimulating production of the body's own biochemicals that
>relieve pain or heal the area.
>Deborah S. Grove, Ph.D.
>Manager, Nucleic Acid Facility
>210 Wartik Laboratory
>Pennsylvania State University
>University Park, PA 16802
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