Just a quick note to say hi! I have been reading all your comments in the general health forum, I am the mod there and I sure do appreciate all the knowledge you are giving others. Sadly, not enough of the "natural way" is done anymore. You are a wealth of knowledge.
My main doctor in the states is a naturopath, I really respect them and learn so much from them.
I see you live in Arizona, many years ago, I lived in Tucson, lovely state.
Just a quick note to say hi! Back from Vegas again. This time I was prepared for the worst backpain again. Rest and muscle relaxants seem to be all I need now, I have kept the supplement names in my purse but have not found it yet.
My lumbar back MRI report is not so nice. DDD is worse and disc at L4-5 is causing havoc, However I think it is under control now. If it gets bad bad I add the heating pad to rest, Also take an occasional muscle relaxant that is weak enough not to make me "out to lunch." Thank you for writing back to me so promptly. Chuckie
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