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serrapeptase….its an enzyme produced by the silkworm to break down cacoons. In your body it acts like a ‘seek and destroy missile’ breaking down anything that shouldnt be there, combined with a really good antioxidant like pinebark and magnesium and taken over a good length of time. the serrapeptase acts immediately as its being tested as a painkiller and anitinflammatory for post-ops instead of ibupropen. Alkalising diet. cut out refined carbs. Apple Cider vinegar.

Patricia Delgado – Mountain Maus’ Remedies

Fibromyalgia Herbal Remedies

Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain illness characterized by musculoskeletal pain, soft tissue tenderness, fatigue, and sleep disturbances. Mostly it affects in the neck, back, shoulder, pelvic girdle, and hands. It is a common condition, which occurs in 3.4% of women and 0.5% of men. It is estimated that approximately 5-7% of the U.S. population has fibromyalgia (Ref: National Fibromyalgia Association). It produces chronic body-wide pain, which migrates and can be felt all over the body.

The causes of fibromyalgia are unknown; however there are various factors involved. Stress, chemical imbalance in the brain and spinal cord and abnormalities in the immune system can cause fibromyalgia. Illness or injury of any types can cause trauma to the body and hence can trigger fibromyalgia. Similarly physical exertion, trauma, depression, and anxiety may aggravate symptoms. Pain and fatigue are the most common symptoms appeared in fibromyalgia. The pain may as deep muscular aching, intense burning, and stabbing.

Although there is no cure, one can do many things to help feel better. The goal of treatment is to reduce pain, improve sleep and relieve associated symptoms.

Herbal remedy is a non-conventional way of treatment in fibromyalgia, which has been proved to be effective and beneficial. Herbs can help to treat the wide range of symptoms produced in fibromyalgia like depression, fatigue, sleep disorders, immune deficiency, inflammation, and severe pain.

So, with that said here are a few Medicinal Herbs to help with your Fibromyalgia

Sedative Herbs for Fibromyalgia

This syndrome can be seen as a chronic sleep disorder. Relaxing Nervines that promote sleep can be used to achieve deep and restful sleep throughout the night. Not all sedative herbs work the same way for everyone. The constitution of the person and the energetics of the herbs need to be taken into consideration.

Relaxing nervines relax the nervous system. Some herbs are merely calming, others can have a more overt sedative effect to promote sleep.

Cramp bark (Viburnum opulus)
Valerian (Valerian officinalis)
Skullcap (Skutellaria laterifolia)
Chamomile (Matricaria recutita)
Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata)
Lavender (Lavendula officinalis)
St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum)
Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis)
Vervain (Verbena officinalis)
Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa )
Adaptogen Herbs for Fibromyalgia

Adaptogens support the body’s resiliency to stress. One way to think about adaptogens is deep nourishment and support for the nervous system. Some adaptogens, like Withania somnifera, promote sleep at night and energy throughout the daytime, which is crucial for people with this syndrome.

Adaptogen herbs are building herbs that strengthen the HPO axis (hypothalamus, pituitary, gonadal). Taken over time they build up your overall health and wellness and help you have more resiliency to the negative effects of stress.

Not all adaptogens are created equal. Each herb has its own specific indications and herbal energetics that are better suited for one person or another. Especially when these herbs are matched to you from an energetic perspective these are safe plants that can be taken in larger quantities for an extended period of time.

Ginseng (Panax ginseng)
Astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus)
Ashwagandah (Withania somnifera)
Eleuthero (Eleutherococcus senticosus)
Licorice (Glycerhiza glabra)
Anodyne Herbs for Fibromyalgia

Anodyne herbs can help reduce the pain and discomfort that someone is experiencing. Anodyne herbs dull the sense of pain. Herbs in this category range from completely safe to being low-dose botanicals that should never be used beyond one or two drops. Herbs may also have a special affinity for different types of pain as some herbs are better suited to nervous system pain while others to muscle pain.

Yarrow (Achillea millefolium)
Arnica flowers (Arnica montanum)
St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum)
Ginger (Zingiber officinale)
Carminative Herbs for Fibromyalgia

Carminative herbs are used for stagnant digestion such as bloating and gas. Have you ever eaten a meal that just feels like it is stuck in your stomach? Or had aches in your belly due to gas? That’s when carminatives come in handy. These herbs are often aromatic (meaning they have a strong scent) and contain volatile oils.

Fennel Seed (Foeniculum vulgare)
Ginger (Zingiber officinale)
Chamomile (Matricaria recutita)
Angelica (Angelica archangelica)
Parsley (Petroselinum crispum)
Cardamom (Elettaria cardamommum)
Bee balm (Monarda fistulosa)
Thyme (Thymus vulgaris)
Peppermint or Spearmint
Immunomodulating Herbs

Immunomodulating herbs build and strengthen the immune system. They are generally used for people who get sick all the time with colds and flus or have other symptoms of immune system dysfunction such as seasonal allergies, environmental allergies, food intolerances, cancer and autoimmunity problems. Think of these as deeply nourishing food and herbs for the immune system.

Astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus)
Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum)
Cordyceps (Cordyceps sinensis)
Shitake (Lentinula edodes)
Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum)
With all that said…Here are a few herbal tea remedies that Maus has complied for you to try. If you would like a special blend, send me a note on the contact us page and I will be happy to put together some herbs for you in a special tea.

For during the day – Passionflower, Lemon Balm, Eleuthero, Yarrow, Peppermint and Astragalus. – Mix equal parts. Add 1 ½ tsp. to 1 cup simmering water, bring to a boil, and let cool. Drink 1 cup, morning, noon and evening.
For the evening – Valerian root (2 parts), Chamomile (1 part), St. Johns Wort (1 part), Passionflower (1 part), and Lavender (1 part). Add 1 ½ tsp. to 1 cup simmering water, bring to a boil, and let cool. Drink 1 cup, in the evening after dinner then another before bedtime.


Tiger Balm has been a lifesaver for me. I used it on my sore muscles and pain points in my neck and shoulders. It helps relieve some pain and eases muscle tension.

Jules Carter

Magnesium Oil Spray. Initially I sprayed it wherever on the body the pain was. Now I spray under my arms morning and night and it works as a deodorant and anti-perspirant too.0


Food and overall well-being are very important in the fight against fibromyalgia pain, however, there are other, up-and-coming methods being used to help fight the pain too. For instance, topical pain relief is on the rise, and it is one of the most effective and safest methods of fighting fibro pain. It provides the same, usually greater, relief that specific pills do, however, there are no pills or side effects. I myself am currently a user of topical pain gels, which I easily get through my pharmacy in the midwest, A&R Pharmacy in Liberty, MO, and simply apply the gel whenever I’m in pain. I’ve been using them for roughly 18 months and have had more than significant results since going this route and I highly recommend it for anyone struggling with pain and/or pills. Take over the pain before it takes over your life. I hope this helps a few of you.


Marijuana is by far the most helpful thing I’ve ever tried for Fibromyalgia. I was once on 13 prescription medications but thanks to using cannabis medicinally, am down to just 2 prescription drugs. I feel much better and it’s not like I’m sitting around getting high all day. I guess you could call the high a blessing or a side effect. It’s probably both but eventually, like any medication, you get used to the effects and it doesn’t seem to be nearly as bad when your body gets used to it. Marijuana has been a medicine far longer than it hasn’t been and it’s ridiculous for the FDA to keep Marijuana at a schedule 1 substance, meaning it has NO medicinal benefits whatsoever and is highly addictive. Marijuana has is the most medicinal plant known, and it don’t have any medical use? What’s wrong with this picture? Anyway, science is really talking now on just how effective marijuana is for several different illnesses and conditions. It’s speaking so loudly that the Federal Government can’t continue to keep it prohibited for much longer. It’s just a matter of time. Marijuana Prohibition has harmed Far more people than Marijuana ever could have!

Linda Thomas

Fibromyalgia…I have lived with for over 30 years. I have learned how to keep it symptom free. I thought it cured until I stopped doing these things. The most important thing is arobic exersice. Keep the heart rate up for at least 30 min (everyday would be great) I average 5 times a week. Walking is a good way to start. I learned that the worse I felt, the more I needed to walk.
Malic Acid (also called Magenesium Malate) at least 2400 mg two times every day. If you get uncomfortably loose stools cut back a little on the dose.
Optional but relieves pain better than all else for me Liquid Lecithin (It is a thick yellow-brownish substance). Rubbed on the skin at the site of pain it works wonders. It never stained any clothing and washes out easily.


Effective and affordable safe natural treatments are available for Fibromyalgia as alternatives to painkillers. You must review the products offered by Biogetica, they are the evolutionary result of years of Homeopathic, Chinese, Ayurvedic, Synergetic and Biotech research. They are an excellent assimilation of products that helps to relieve most of the symptoms of fibromyalgia. The patient not only experiences a sense of comfort due to the reduction of pain, but also progresses towards overall good health. The solutions address the root cause and aid in maintaining normalcy of the connective tissues all over the body and strengthen the muscles, ligaments and cartilages of the body.


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