How To Recover From Back Pain With Five Ginger Home Remedies

How to get rid of back pain are the most commonly searched topics on the search engines. And back pain is the most commonly found ailments, which affects almost all the people. Around $50 billion U.S. dollars are spent annually for back pain medication. And about 10% of the world’s population suffers from back pain globally. 8 out of 10 people suffer from back pain at some point or the other and people above 65 years of age are mostly suffered by this ailment especially. Women are reported to suffer a lot by back pain rather than men. Here let’s make use of ginger, which is one of the home remedies for back pain.



Ginger is one of the best and natural home remedies for lower back pain. It alleviates the inflammation caused by arthritis and can cure the pain effectively. Ginger could be added to your diet in many forms and it would be effective if you take at least 2-4 grams of ginger in your daily diet.

Ginger Tea


Ginger extracts could be taken in the form of tea. Grate an inch sized ginger root and add it to a cup of boiling water. Brew it in simmer for 5 minutes and consume the tea by adding some honey as a sweetener. Consume 3-4 cups of this tea for few days and few weeks. This tea would be effective to get rid of back pains.

Ginger Oil

ginger oil in a glass bottle close-up, horizontal

Ginger oil is another best home remedies for back pain. You can apply some ginger oil on your lower back and massage a little. If you feel the direct application of the oil to be burning you can weaken the oil with some carrier oil.

These are some of best uses of ginger to alleviate the back pain.


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