Amino Acid Can End Chronic Pain For Good

It can keep you up at night and often prevents you from doing the things you love. I’m talking about chronic pain—and if you are one of its victims, it never seems to release its grip on your life.

Most of the people I see who are suffering from persistent pain tell me that they’ve tried every pain reliever in the drugstore—and nothing seems to offer any real relief. I’m not surprised. Relying on OTC pain relievers can be both frustrating and dangerous. Drugs like aspirin, ibuprofen and naproxen wear off after just a few hours and can increase the risk of gastrointestinal and kidney problems with continued use.

So they come to me looking for a better solution. But many patients are surprised when I don’t whip out my prescription pad. In my opinion, prescription pain relievers should only be used as a last resort. So what’s left? If you listen to conventional wisdom, not much. But there is a natural way to permanently ease chronic pain that isn’t on the radar screen of most doctors. And you certainly won’t hear about it from the pharmaceutical industry.

Instead of popping handfuls of pills that don’t give you lasting relief, I tell my patients about a natural supplement that is such an effective solution to chronic pain.

An amino acid, DL-phenylalanine, which eases pain by blocking the enzymes that break down the body’s natural pain-killing chemicals. In 20 patients with longstanding pain, most reported that their pain was cut in half after taking the amino acid for just two weeks. Other research shows that DL-phenylalanine helps reduce chronic pain associated with migraines, multiple sclerosis and fibromyalgia by stimulating nerve pathways in the brain that control pain. It’s so effective that a clinical trial by French researchers discovered that it alleviates the pain often experienced by late-stage cancer patients. In my book, that’s pretty impressive!

Other investigations show that DL-phenylalanine also makes the pain-inhibiting effects of acupuncture stronger. Several studies have shown that taking DL-phenylalanine the day before undergoing treatment for pain management increased the effectiveness of the acupuncture, especially in people with dental and low back pain. If you’re taking an opiate drug, it also increases the effect of the drug—which means you may be able to take less of the habit-forming pharmaceutical to achieve the same pain relief.

Boswellia, white willow bark, ginger, and green-lipped mussel extract are also great for defeating pain. Since pain is often triggered by inflammation, these natural anti-inflammatories inhibit pro-inflammatory mediators in the body, especially leukotrienes. But unlike drugs, long-term use of boswellia doesn’t cause cardiovascular or gastrointestinal problems.

I’ve seen such profound pain relief among my patients taking these natural herbs that it’s become my first-line treatment choice. But you don’t need an office visit to experience this relief for yourself. If you are in constant pain and discomfort, don’t wait another minute! Try DL-phenylalanine and the other natural herbs discussed in this article to start on the road to pain-free living!

 

 

References:

Chrubasik JE, et al. Evidence of effectiveness of herbal antiinflammatory drugs in the treatment of painful osteoarthritis and chronic low back pain. Phytotherapy Research. 2007;21:675-683.

Donzelle G, et al. Curing trial of complicated oncologic pain by D-phenylalanine. Anesthésie, analgésie, reanimation. 1981;38:655-658.

Dove B, et al. Analgesic effect, tolerancde development and dependence potential of D-phenylalanine. Pharmazie. 1985;40:648-650.

Russell AL; McCarty MF. DL-phenylalanine markedly potentiates opiate analgesia - an example of nutrient/pharmaceutical up-regulation of the endogenous analgesia system. Medical Hypotheses. 2000;55:283-288.

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Dr. David Blyweiss is well-known across the world for his major advancements in alternative medicine.

He's traveled much of the world working closely with specialists to identify new plant life and natural products for possible human benefit.

In addition he has been successfully helping alternative medicine companies develop cutting-edge nutritional supplements for over 11 years. He's currently in private practice in Florida, serves on the advisory board for Advanced Natural Medicine, and is the senior supplement advisor at The Uniscience Group.


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Anonymous

A word of caution concerning a rare metabolic disorder called phenylketonuria (PKU). PKU occurs in people who are missing an enzyme that the body needs to use phenylalanine. That causes high levels of phenylalanine to build up. See http://www.umm.edu/altmed/articl...

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Does anyone know where natural DL-Phenylalanine is available. There seems to be no way of knowing if the supplements available are synthetic or natural.

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lochner

I do believe this supplement is dangerous/off limits to people with high blood pressure. If you have high blood pressure please get more information before you take this supplement.

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