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This is a natural, homeopathic product specifically formulated to help ease persistent, shooting pain associated with the sciatic nerve in the lower back, buttocks, and legs.
Product Features: Non- greasy. Does not stain.
Directions : Apply generously 3 or 4 times a day, rubbing gently into skin from lower back
Ingredients: Capsicum annuum 6x 4%, rhus toxicodendron 6x 4%, arnica montana 3x 4%, calendula officinalis 3x 4%, symphytum officinale 4x 4%, hypericum perforatum 3x 4%, hydrophillic ointment base.
Gluten Free: Yes, Yeast Free: Yes
A natural drug-free approach to sciatica can get you moving again.
Traditional sciatica treatment options typically include drugs, exercise and even surgery – but these approaches only address the symptoms, not the cause of the problem.
What is Sciatica?
Sciatica is a nerve like pain which can vary in severity and location. The one constant is its cause. Sciatica is a pain caused by an impingement or inflammation of the sciatic nerve. Other causes include trauma, disc herniation, improper administration of injection, osteoarthritis of the lower spine, dislocated hip and pressure from pregnancy.
Sciatic Nerve Branches - Constitute Largest Nerve in the Body
The Sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the body running from the buttock down the lateral and posterior aspect of the leg to the lateral aspect of the foot. The word sciatic means "of the hip".
It is actually two separate nerves -- the tibial and the common peroneal -- which are bound together by a sheath of connective tissue. They spilt into their respective parts at the knee. The tibial branch runs down the back of the leg, some posterolateral aspects and ends at the bottom of the foot. The common peroneal wraps around the fibula head, runs down the lateral calf and some anterolateral aspects of the leg ending at the middle of the calf.