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Medic for Cervical Spondylosis

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7. Ginger


Ginger is another widely used home remedy to treat cervical spondylosis. This herb is rich in anti-inflammatory properties and improves blood circulation. Thus, it helps reduce pain and inflammation in the neck and surrounding areas.

  • Drink ginger tea 3 times a day. To make the tea, boil 1 tablespoon of thinly sliced ginger in 2 cups of water for 10 minutes. Strain, add honey and drink it.
  • Alternatively, make a powdered preparation using equal amounts of dried ginger root, celery seeds and cumin seeds. Add rock salt to improve the taste. Eat 1 teaspoon of this powder with water before going to bed.
  • You can also massage the affected area with ginger oil a few times daily.

8. Apple Cider Vinegar

apple cider vinegar


Being rich in anti-inflammatory and alkalizing properties, apple cider vinegar is also a good remedy for cervical spondylosis. It can effectively soothe pain and inflammation in the neck area.

  • Place a paper towel soaked in apple cider vinegar over the affected area. Leave it on for a few hours. Do this 2 times daily.
  • Another option is to add 2 cups of apple cider vinegar to lukewarm bath water. Soak in it for 10 to 15 minutes, once daily.
  • You can also add 1 tablespoon of raw and organic apple cider vinegar and a little honey to a glass of water and drink it once daily.

Medic for Cervical Spondylosis was last modified: May 2nd, 2016 by Top10HomeRemedies
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13 thoughts on “Medic for Cervical Spondylosis”

  1. I went to my GP about 5 weeks ago with a painful neck. The results came back that I had a torn ligament caused by a fall which damaged my back and neck. Meantime it was also discovered I had Cervical Spondylosis too. I have been given pain killers and a rub for the effected area. I use a wheat bag put into the microwave for 3 minutes which also has a calming effect on my neck. The pain is much less than it was 5 weeks ago glad to say which was hard to live with and turning my neck was terrible. I used to swim twice a week but have been unable to do recently I have heard that a leisurely swim does help this complaint so I am going to return soon.

  2. I will try this remedies as from today. Just wish it will take the feeling of someone with a fever all day. And the sweating it is awful.

    1. Hi just read your post re cervical spondulitis…very interested to see you say about sweating which i have been suffering with aswell as shivery is this part of the condition? Thanks Susan

  3. Comment:Thanks for information. l have a question that I am teaching job where reading writing and checking work is there, can I continue with my job as I have cervical spondylosis?

  4. Carole

    good information working as a receptionist doing 12 hour shifts should l cut down my hours? or leave my job?
    i have a massage once a month and a very good diet but i was not aware of some of the remedies which i found very helpful.

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