Let’s reverse chronic Nerve pain and damage with these 3 powerful, natural supplements combined. (Plus, You get our 4 Favourite Natural remedies at the end)
Hi earth fam, Its Benjy, Did you know?! neuropathy, is a common condition that affects millions of people worldwide. We are having friends, that suffer from massive chronic pain, even that hard, that she it affects her quality of life to a point of not wanting to live with it anymore… But we found the relief: Natures Powerful remedies, avoiding toxins and becoming healthy, organic, and clean!
Nerve damage can be caused by various factors, such as diabetes, injury, toxic lifestyle products, houshold items, our modern, Chemical farming, infection, or exposure to the many toxins found in the human world…
Nerve pain and issues can manifest as burning, stinging, tingling, numbness, or weakness in different parts of the body. It can sadly interfere with daily activities, reduce quality of life, and lead to depression and anxiety.
While conventional treatments for nerve pain may include medications, physical therapy, or surgery, they are not always effective or free of side effects. That’s why many people today are looking for natural alternatives that can help them heal a damaged nervous system, reverse chronic pain and regenerate their nerves, as well as improve their mood and mental health massively, as we will discover here.
In this article, we will explore three powerful natural supplements that have shown promising results in treating nerve pain and enhancing neuroregeneration:
- niacin (vitamin B3),
- lion’s mane mushroom,
- and psilocybin (magic mushrooms).
- We will also share some amazing healing stories from people who have used these supplements to overcome their nerve pain and other conditions.
- Plus our favourite essential supplements and natures powerful Remedies 🙂
Niacin (Vitamin B3)
Niacin, also known as vitamin B3, is an essential nutrient that plays a key role in energy production, DNA repair,
- Activates nerve endings
- So called “Vasodilator” that improves blood flow in the brain
cellular signaling. Niacin is also a precursor of NAD, a coenzyme that is involved in hundreds of biochemical reactions in the body, including those related to nerve function and repair.
Niacin deficiency can lead to nerve damage, as well as other symptoms such as skin rash, fatigue, and mental confusion. This condition, known as pellagra, is rare in developed countries, but can still occur in people who have poor diets, alcoholism, or malabsorption disorders.
On the other hand, high doses of niacin, especially in the form of nicotinic acid, can have beneficial effects on nerve health. Studies have shown that niacin can help prevent or treat various types of neuropathy, such as diabetic neuropathy, chemotherapy-induced neuropathy, and HIV-associated neuropathy. Niacin can also improve blood flow, lower cholesterol, and reduce inflammation, which are all factors that can contribute to nerve damage.
One of the most remarkable healing stories involving niacin comes from Kevin, a 28-year-old delivery driver from Canada, who suffered from chronic neuropathic pain in his legs due to diabetes. He had tried various medications and therapies, but nothing worked. He decided to try niacin after reading about its potential benefits online. He started taking 500 mg of niacin daily, gradually increasing the dose to 3,000 mg. Within a few weeks, he noticed a significant improvement in his pain and mood. He said: “I became a different person. I couldn’t wait to get dressed, get into the outside world, see people. I was supremely confident – more like I was when I was younger, before the diabetes and pain started and got to their worst.” (studies)
2. Lion’s Mane Mushroom ~ Benjys Favorite mushroom
Lion’s mane mushroom, also known as Hericium erinaceus, is a white, furry fungus that grows on dead or dying trees. It has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese and Japanese medicine for its various health benefits, especially for the brain and nerves.
Lion’s mane mushroom contains several bioactive compounds, such as hericenones and erinacines, that can stimulate the production of nerve growth factor (NGF), a protein that is essential for the survival, growth, and maintenance of nerve cells. NGF can also promote the repair and regeneration of damaged nerves, as well as protect them from degeneration.
Lion’s mane mushroom has been shown to improve nerve function and reduce pain in animal models of neuropathy, such as sciatic nerve injury, diabetic neuropathy, and nerve crush injury. It has also been shown to enhance cognitive function, memory, and mood in humans, as well as prevent or delay the onset of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
One of the most inspiring healing stories involving lion’s mane mushroom comes from Sarah, a 35-year-old woman from England, who suffered from multiple sclerosis (MS), a chronic condition that affects the central nervous system. She had severe symptoms, such as vision loss, muscle weakness, fatigue, and pain. She had tried various medications and therapies, but they only provided temporary relief. She decided to try lion’s mane mushroom after reading about its neuroprotective properties online. She started taking 3 grams of lion’s mane mushroom powder daily, mixed with water or juice. Within a few months, she noticed a dramatic improvement in her symptoms. She said: “I regained my vision, my strength, my energy, and my pain disappeared. I felt like a new person. I was able to do things I hadn’t done in years, like walking, gardening, and playing with my kids. I was amazed by the power of this mushroom.” (Studies)
3. Psilocybin (Magic Mushrooms)
Psilocybin, also known as magic mushrooms, is a psychedelic compound that occurs naturally in over 200 species of mushrooms. It has been used for millennia by indigenous cultures around the world for spiritual and healing purposes. Psilocybin can induce profound alterations in perception, mood, and cognition, as well as mystical and transcendental experiences.
Psilocybin works by binding to serotonin receptors in the brain, especially the 5-HT2A receptor, which is involved in regulating mood, cognition, and pain perception. Psilocybin can also modulate the activity of the default mode network, a brain network that is associated with self-referential thinking, ego, and rumination. By disrupting this network, psilocybin can create a state of ego-dissolution, where the sense of self and boundaries between self and others are temporarily dissolved. This can lead to a sense of unity, interconnectedness, and openness, as well as enhanced empathy, creativity, and insight.
Psilocybin has been shown to reduce pain and improve mood in animal models of neuropathy, such as nerve injury and inflammation. It has also been shown to have antidepressant, anxiolytic, and anti-addictive effects in humans, as well as to enhance well-being, life satisfaction, and spirituality. Psilocybin can also facilitate psychological healing and personal growth, especially when combined with psychotherapy and a supportive setting.
One of the most amazing healing stories involving psilocybin comes from James, a 56-year-old website developer from England, who suffered from treatment-resistant depression and chronic neuropathic pain in his left leg due to transverse myelitis, a rare inflammatory disorder of the spinal cord. He had tried various medications and therapies, but nothing helped. He decided to try psilocybin after learning about a clinical trial at Imperial College London. He enrolled in the trial and received two doses of psilocybin, one low and one high, in a controlled setting with trained therapists. During his high-dose session, he experienced a vivid journey into his own mind, where he re-lived childhood memories and confronted his grief. He said: “It was like a reset button for my brain. I felt a sense of peace, acceptance, and gratitude. My pain and depression faded away. I became more optimistic, sociable, and creative. I felt like I had a second chance at life.” ~ (study)
Conclusion ~ Many reasons and stories supporting This trio 🙂
Nerve pain is a debilitating condition that can affect every aspect of life. While conventional treatments may offer some relief, they are not always effective or safe. That’s why many people are turning to natural supplements that can help them heal and regenerate their nerves, as well as improve their mood and mental health.
Niacin, lion’s mane mushroom, and psilocybin are three powerful natural supplements that have shown promising results in treating nerve pain and enhancing neuroregeneration. They work by modulating various biochemical pathways and brain networks that are involved in nerve function and repair. They also have other benefits, such as lowering cholesterol, boosting immunity, and facilitating spiritual and psychological growth.
These supplements are not always without risks or side effects, however. They should be used with caution and under the guidance of a qualified healthcare professional.
~》They may also interact with other medications or supplements, so it is important to consult with your doctor before using them.
If you are interested in trying these supplements, you can find them online or in health food stores. You can also join a clinical trial or seek a licensed therapist who can provide you with a safe and supportive setting.
You may also want to do your own research and learn more about these supplements and their potential benefits and risks.
Free Extra: Our 3 Favourite Remedies to prevent and Heal most Diseases
- 1. Magnesium: This mineral is involved in nerve transmission and muscle contraction. It may help reduce muscle spasms, cramps, and pain associated with neuropathy.
- Magnesium-rich foods include: ORGANIC Bananas, leafy greens, nuts, seeds, and beans
- 2. Curcumin: This is the active ingredient in turmeric, a powerful Eastern Healing spice (Root/Rhizome) that has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
- 3. Combined with black pepper or Cayenne pepper it is 2000% more Bioactive!
- It may help protect nerve cells from damage and inflammation, and improve blood flow and nerve function. Curcumin supplements are available in capsules, powders, or liquids
- 4. GINGER AS THE MOST IMPORTANT companion to stay well and Cleansed. Even enhan es psylocibin and ayahuasca effects