Top 11 Natural Supplements to Get Rid of Trigeminal Neuralgia

Dr. Khyati Dave

Trigeminal neuralgia is the pain that you experience in your face, when your facial nerves are compressed. The pain is unbearable and we know how difficult coping with that can be.

How do the Available Options for Trigeminal Neuralgia Treatment Work?

Medications like carbamazepine offer temporary relief and the effects wane over a period of time. Surgical procedures that involve destroying the affected nerve are risky and can lead to permanent side effects such as facial numbness, strokes, and reduced hearing. It is also possible for trigeminal neuralgia to reoccur after the surgery. Rhizotomy, which involves either destroying the nerve fibers that cause pain or including a trigeminal neuralgia nerve block to help block pain signals may seem effective but also frequently causes facial numbness.

So, if you’ve been battling this gruesome condition, and medicines have ceased to help or are giving you terrible side effects and you don’t want to go under the knife because of its potential risks then you must read this page and apply what it has to offer, since trigeminal neuralgia is not like any other pain and should be promptly dealt with before it drives the patient over the edge.

Is There Another way to Treat Trigeminal Neuralgia Pain?

To answer this question, you first need to know what causes this condition; trigeminal nerve pain usually erupts because of any of the following reasons:

  1. A viral attack that has damaged the nerves
  2. Disease such as multiple sclerosis that erodes the myelin sheath of the nerve making it hypersensitive even to non damaging stimuli or high sugar levels that interfere with nerve transmission and even damage them
  3. Tangled arteries that apply pressure on the nerves
  4. Nutritional deficiencies such as lack of vitamin B6 and B12
  5. Nerve injury from accidents, stroke, tumor growth, etc
  6. Side effects of other treatments such as surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy.

So, adopting a protocol that not only deals with the pain arising from the stressed nerve but also attempts to restore, optimize, and protect the nerve from further damage paves the way for the nerve to heal and get back to being normal again.

Biogetica doctors have formulated a unique protocol for nerve health. Our Salvation Kit with OM13 Formula comprises ayurvedic herbs, homeopathic ingredients, and advanced nutritional supplements that have been clinically tested for their beneficial effects on frazzled nerves. Moreover, these natural ingredients have been used in alternative medicinal therapies such as ayurveda and homeopathy for centuries for their versatile nerve rejuvenating properties.

Our Nerve Health Protocols aim to achieve the following:

  • Decrease the hypersensitivity of your nerves.
  • Improve and increase your nerve strength
  • Preserve the myelin sheath that covers and protects your nerves.
  • Provide essential nutrients  that help nourish your nerves
  • Harmonize the energy meridians in your body
  • Reduce the negative effects of stress on your nerves

We’ve compiled a list of the top 11 natural ingredients that we’ve used along with other versatile organic constituents for nerve protection, rejuvenation, and strength based on the evidence found on them. These ingredients are amalgamated in our kits for a synergistic effect. To know more about our nerve health protocols or to consult our doctors for your condition click here.

  1. Bacopa monnieri

This herb is considered an adaptogen in ayurvedic wisdom, which means it helps increase resistance to stress, trauma, anxiety and fatigue. Research states that bacopa potentially enhances nerve impulse transmission, supports the repair of damaged neurons, facilitates neuronal synthesis, and aids in restoration and regeneration of synaptic activity. Thus, these properties make bacopa a renowned nerve tonic.

 

 

  1. Valerian Officinalis

Several clinical studies have been conducted to ascertain valerian’s sedative, nervine, antispasmodic, and stimulant properties. It is considered nature’s tranquilizer because it seems to work on the central nervous system. Valerian potentially calms nerves and relieves pain and spasms.

 

 

 

  1. Hypericum (St John’s wort)

St John’s Wort, as it is popularly known is routinely used for its anti-depressant, nerve restorative, and immune boosting effects in traditional forms of medicine. In homeopathy, hypericum is the go to remedy for any type of nerve pain. Studies have highlighted that it has several therapeutic properties that help alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, protect nerve cells from cell death, and initiate repair.

 

 

  1. Aconite

This extract from the perennial plant Aconitum is also known as wolf’s bane, leopard’s bane, and monkshood. It is considered highly resourceful and clinical evidence support its use in relieving neuropathic pain,  soothing inflamed areas, enhancing immunity, detoxifying the body, and easing anxiety and stress.

 

 

  1. Asparagus racemosus (Shatavari)

Although this herb has received great attention due to its clinically tested benefits in boosting fertility levels; shatavari is far more ingenious and has various active ingredients that potentially help the body in numerous ways. Research has suggested that the herb exerts neuroprotective effects because of the presence of phytoestrogens in it. It is also said to stimulate the immune system, abate inflammation, and fight free radical formation. This herb is particularly rich in vitamin B, which is necessary for healthy nerves and appears to help regulate blood sugar, which is an important attribute because excess sugar can also damage the nerves.

  1. Ginkgo biloba

Ginkgo is another multifarious herb and has been recommended in traditional forms of medicine for various conditions. Studies have indicated that gingko has neuroprotective, antioxidant, anti-thrombotic, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-hyperglycemic properties. Multiple clinical evaluations have repeatedly shown that ginkgo potentially alleviates neuropathic pain by reducing oxidative stress and inflammation. Plus, it protects the nerves and aids in nerve regeneration.

 

  1. Withania Somnifera (Ashwagandha)

The ayurvedic medicinal system tags ashwagandha as a rejuvenative tonic and rightly so because this herb is a marvelous reservoir of several unique properties, which the human body requires for general wellbeing and health. Extended studies on this herb have undoubtedly pointed out that ashwagandha’s nerve protecting and regenerating properties are extremely useful when nerve issues arise. Therefore, ashwagandha in ayurvedic medicine is routinely recommended for rejuvenation of the nervous system and brain cells, memory support, stress relief, blood sugar regulation, and immune support.

  1. Cannabis

There is still a lot of speculation about the medicinal effect of this herb. However, clinical evidence suggests that cannabinoids (the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis) potentially inhibits neuronal transmission in pain pathways alleviating neuropathic pain and hyperalgesia. Moreover, this herb is not addictive like opiates and does not cause side effects when compared to other pain medications.

 

 

  1. Magnesium

This nutrient is a vital component within our cells. Magnesium deficiency increases excitability of the nerves and makes them more sensitive to external stimuli. Optimum magnesium levels are vital because they not only calm your nerves but also relieve nervous irritability and reduce symptoms of conditions such as chronic pain, fatigue, and insomnia. Clinical evidences have shown that a weekly intravenous therapy with magnesium potentially relieves neuropathic pain.

 

  1. Capsaicin

This active ingredient extracted from chili peppers is said to be beneficial in pain, digestive issues, and nerve concerns. In fact, it is currently being used in FDA approved topical applications to relieve the pain of peripheral postherpetic neuralgia. Clinical investigations have highlighted that it potentially depletes substance P (a chemical released in response to injury and inflammation) and may lead to analgesia for many types of pain such as nociceptive pain, shingles, post-amputation pain syndrome and nerve pain.

 

  1. Chamomile

This herb is often employed by traditional health practitioners for its relaxing, spasm-dissolvent and analgesic qualities. It seems to be very soothing in nerve pain conditions and its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and sedative properties makes it a valuable alternative in managing irritated, frazzled, and high-strung nerves.

 

 

Herbs have this unique quality wherein if they are combined in appropriate blends, they not only work synergetically but also potentiate the action of their fellow constituents. Biogetica has made the most of this quality and formulated products that work across the physical, emotional, and mental spectrum of the body. Our Exclusive Nerve Health Protocols for healthy nerves is meticulously fused with ayuvedic , homeopathic, and advanced nutraceuticals so that you have a holistic and comprehensive regimen for your nerves. To know more about these products or discuss your condition with our expert panel of doctors, please visit www.biogetica.com now.