Mix A Little Salt And Olive Oil You Will Not Feel Pain In The Next 5 Years!

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Osteochondritis of the neck and spine is a very common medical condition, which can have some serious health implications if left untreated. People suffering from this condition know how difficult it can be to get rid of the pain and lead a normal, stress-free life.
Most people turn to prescribed drugs when they feel a pain or have any other health issue. However, this is very bad as prescription drugs are associated with many side effects. Therefore, you should opt for natural remedies instead.

Natural alternatives provide the same effects and don’t cause any adverse effects. For example, neck osteochondrosis can be treated with an effective home remedy, which is extremely simple to make but yet very effective.

You just need some olive oil and sea salt and that’s it. Here’s the recipe:

Ingredients:

  • 10 tablespoons sea salt or Himalayan salt
  • 20 tablespoons cold pressed olive oil

Instructions:

Mix all the ingredients in a glass container, seal it and leave it for two days away from direct sunlight at room temperature. After two days the remedy is ready to use

How to use it:

You should apply the mixture onto the affected area in the morning, preferably right after waking up. Rub it onto the skin, starting with 2 minutes and increasing the time gradually. According to the experts, 20 minutes is more than enough for this massage. When done, wipe it off with a towel.

This remedy stimulates circulation as well as muscle and tissue regeneration. The first results will be visible in 8-10 days. When done with the treatment, you will have a proper blood flow, it will renew the cervical spine blood flow, your vision will improve, and the headaches will disappear.

Don’t worry if you feel a bit dizzy and sleepy during the treatment it’s quite common and it won’t happen so often. There are no other side-effects, only the amazing benefits we mentioned above and you’ll be surprised how effective it is.

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