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5 Natural Remedies for Paralysis

by Andreea Laza

If you are looking for simple and effective natural remedies for paralysis, continue reading this article and find out what they are. But first.

As with any medical condition, the first thing to do when you suffer from partial or total paralysis is to consult a neurologist and follow his recommendations. The natural remedies for paralysis that we’ll share with you come as natural treatments in this situation, and can really help the recovery process. Let’s get started!

5 Natural Remedies for Paralysis

5 Natural Remedies for Paralysis

1. Mountain Hay, the Remedy for Paralysis

Boil 3-4 kg of mountain hay in water and let it infuse. Make a large enough bag using a thick but soft cotton fabric so that you can fit it in, up to your armpits. Get the bag in the hay infusion you’ve made and soak it in. Drain it a little bit and then get in the bag. Place a polyethylene foil (cling film) on the bag and lay on it. Wrap the foil around you and stay like this for 30 minutes. Repeat the procedure 10 times.

5 Natural Remedies for Paralysis - Hay Bag Sachet

2. Thyme Remedy for Paralysis

Thyme tincture, as well as hazel tree and chestnut tinctures, are very effective if you anoint your spine with it on a daily basis. Beforehand, you need to know what parts of your body/brain have been affected because certain brain functions can recover this way.

3. Horsetail Baths Remedy

Add one handful of minced horsetail into 5 L of water and boil for 30 minutes. Filter the infusion and then pour it into your bathwater. Make sure the water is at room temperature and bathe for 30 minutes in this natural infusion.

Horsetail Remedy for Swollen Axillary Lymph Nodes - Horsetail

4. Body Brushing for Paralysis

Scrub your body with a rough clothes brush pressing more and more energetically on your skin. Start with the tip of your toes and going up and then come back down, massaging every bit of your body. On the first day do it for 10 minutes and the next days prolong it. Gradually you can end up scrubbing your body for 50-60 minutes per day. As simple as it sounds, this is amongst the best natural remedies for paralysis.

5. Pine Oil Remedy for Paralysis

Use pine essential oil to spread the mighty pine odor into the house, this also helps in cases like this.

Home Remedy for Salivary Glands Paralysis

In case you suffer from salivary glands paralysis there is a very simple natural remedy that we recommend. Make a compress with crushed calendula flowers and put it under your jaw. That’s it!

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We truly hope that these natural remedies for paralysis and salivary gland paralysis will really help you out. Let us know if they’ve worked for you too, by leaving a comment below. Stay healthy, naturally!


Maya October 12, 2021 - 21:03

Will any of this work on Guillain Barre? Pretty certain I’ve got the clotting issue with the J&J handled, but I’m having some issue with any info on Guillain Barre.

Andreea Laza
Andreea Laza October 13, 2021 - 21:56

Hi Maya! I’m not aware that any of these remedies here can work for Guillain Barre. It’s best to ask a naturopath in this situation. Much health to you! 💚


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