Back Pain Relief

4 Nov


I have had a delicate back ever since the 80’s.  It was not until 2012 however, that my back really got bad and I could hardly walk. I was diagnosed with sciatica. The lowest part on the left side of my spinal column hurt and was told I was lucky that the pain was not spreading down my leg or foot. I tried all kinds of therapy – acupuncture, chiropractor, physical therapy, and even bio energetic healing, but nothing seemed to help.

I was fortunate enough to  come across this article that helped me find relief:–And-simple-dose-antibiotics-cure-good.html This article basically states that back pain, slipped disks, or herniated disks are caused by the build up of bacteria in the spinal column. I immediately went and bought the antibiotics that were used in the study (this article used to be free, but now it is a pay per view) . The antibiotics prescribed in the mentioned article are: Amoxycillin 500mg/Potassium Clauvulanate 125mg three times a day for 90 days.

After two days of taking the antibiotics I felt some relief and my range of movement of my leg greatly increased.

After two weeks I was much better, I could walk again, and after a month I still had some pain but nothing compared to how I had been. I have now finished the treatment, I stopped taking the antibiotics a week ago, and I went on a 40 km hike in two days!

I write this for any other person who might be in a similar situation. It is worth trying the antibiotics for two weeks to see if your back pain subsides, if it does then I recommend taking the dose for the entire 90 days.

Good luck and healing to all those that need it!



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