Top Seven Natural Remedies for Persistent Tissue Pain

Majid Ali, M.D.

Persistent pain in soft tissues can develop due to injury to tissues of the skin, muscles, ligament, and tendons. Such pain also develop after frequent muscle cramps and postural problems. Except when associated with fractures, painful conditions of the soft tissues can be expediently cleared with natural remedies. When neglected, many such cases proceed to deep-seated inflammation and become intractable for months, even years.

Following are my seven most preferred natural remedies for controlling pain in tissues and then healing the deeper tissues. It is important that the readers recognize that all guidelines in Science, Health, and Healing be used only for chronic diseases under the upervision of their pracitioners.

Top Seven for Persistent Tissue Pain

1. OHM Shoulder Protocol (castor oil, heat, massage)

2. Gentle high-frequency stretches, stopping short of any pain)

3. Turmeric powder (one-half teaspoon) plus vitamin C (1000 mg), three times a da for five to ten days

4. Anti-inflammatory spices (turmeric, ginger, cayenne, and onions)

5. Anti-inflammatory herbs (cat’s claw, ashwarganda, Stinging nettle, and others)

turmeric, ginger, cayenne, and onions)

6. Anti-inflammatory enzymes (bromlain)

herbs (cat’s claw, ashwarganda, Stinging nettle, and others)

turmeric, ginger, cayenne, and onions)

7. Healing conversation for stress control and healing.

The video linked below presents a brief introduction to my Top Seven Series which includes articles and videos on specific diseases.

The detailed information on all of the above appear on companion articles at this website. My DVD and video seminars on these subjects can be obtained from

Best wishes for healing.

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