LoBak™ – Homeopathic Medicine for Lower Back Pain


Homeopathic medicine – Relieves lower back and lumbar pain due to minor muscle strain. Supports gradual and incremental recovery.

Approx 75 Oral Pellets. Organic, Lactose-free.

Combination homeopathic formula (see purpose of each ingredient under Drug Facts): Chamomilla officinalis 6C, Phosphorus 30C, Platinum metallicum 30C, Ruta graveolens 6C, Veratrum album 30C.

Uses are based upon traditional homeopathic practice. They have not been reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration.

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Homeopathic Medicine for Lower Back Pain

The lower back  is home to the five lumbar vertebrae, which run from the lower back to the pelvis. The joints are connected by five lumbar vertebrae that allow for movement and stability. The joint are fused together by the lower two lumbar vertebrae, so they can only move in rotation. Ligaments and muscles support these joints and ligaments, adding strength to their connection. The muscles that attach to the spine on either side of the back cause an inward curve called lordosis when they contract; this inward curve rounds out your back while you walk or stand upright.  LoBak™ homeopathic medicine near me, a proprietary blend of essential oils, is designed to help reduce pain, improve flexibility and mobility in the lumbar spine.
The lumbosacral (low back and sacrum) region is the most complex of all weight-bearing joints in the body. It consists of 27 bones (vertebrae), including five lumbar vertebrae and their surrounding synovial joints, discs and ligaments.

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Causes of Low Back Pain

The physicians and chiropractors see the Low back pain as a most common problems. The majority of patients who present with homeopathic medicine for low back pain have reported. That the injury happened suddenly, often while doing routine activities.

  1. Disc injuries

    A herniated disc is a common cause of back pain, neck pain and arm pain. A herniated disc occurs when the tough outer shell of the spinal disc (annulus) ruptures, allowing its soft inner portion (nucleus pulposis) to press out and irritate the surrounding nerves. Slipped discs or ruptured discs are often called as Herniated discs.

  2. Muscle strains and ligament sprains

    Strains, sprains and strains refer to damage to muscle or ligament tissue caused by overstretching, overuse or trauma. Result of lifting an object improperly or overexertion during exercise most often Straine the muscles or damage the back area.

  3. Soft tissue injuries

    Soft tissue injuries can include skin tears, muscle tears or bruises. Although very common, soft tissue injuries are very difficult to diagnose and often cause minimal or no pain.

  4. Bone fractures

    A fracture is a break in the bone that can occur with little or no trauma (unless an injury occurs in the back). Depending on the severity of the fracture, it can cause pain and a loss of function. Fractures most often happen in areas where there is little padding and thus more stress on the bones.

  5. Spinal cord injury (SCI)

    A spinal cord injury is a serious condition that occurs when the spinal cord is damaged due to trauma or disease. The condition causes impairment in the function of the body below the injury site. The damage can result in complete paralysis and death.

  6. Lung disease, chest wall abnormalities, thyroid disease, etc can compress Mediastinal tissues.

    The main causes of mediastinal compression are pneumonia and asthma. Pathological conditions such as lung disease, thyroid disease and chest wall abnormalities can also compress the mediastinum.

  7. Intervertebral disc herniation

    Herniation refers to the bulging or protrusion of a disc beyond its normal position behind the vertebrae in which it is located. This results in pain so severe that patients often require surgery to relieve their symptoms from the hardware pressing against their spinal nerve roots.

  8. Spinal canal stenosis

    Spinal canal stenosis occurs when a narrowing (scarring) of the spinal cord’s passage through the spine prevents nerve impulses from reaching their destination (the peripheral nervous system).

Symptoms of Low Back Pain

Many people experience low back pain at one point in their lives. The National Center for Health Statistics found that more than 25 million Americans have chronic low back pain.

The causes of low back pain are very diverse and range from muscle strain to injury from a fall or car accident.

  1. Muscle Strain

    Stretching of muscle beyond its normal range of movement it may cause Muscle strain. Lifting heavy objects, falls, and repetitive movements can cause muscle strain.

  2. Falls and Car Accidents

    Falls and car accidents are common causes of back problems. Hundreds of thousands of Americans experience  homeopathic remedies for low back pain after falling down, with some experiencing chronic low back pain lasting months or years even without surgery to fix the problem. Car accidents can also injure the low back if they occur while a person is sitting in the car or in an awkward position. Homeopathic Medicine for low back pain from car accidents tends to last longer than low back pain from other causes because it is often associated with fractures that require surgery to fix.

  3. Arthritis

    Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis, and it grows worse over time with repetitive motions. It occurs when cartilage wears away from joints, although the cartilage can develop again if the disease is slowed down. Osteoarthritis often causes low back pain because the joints in your spine are directly affected by it. Although osteoarthritis cannot be cured, medications and physical therapy can help control it to reduce inflammation and pain.

  4. Disc Herniation [of a disc in a spinal segment](herniation)

    Disc herniations are common causes of back pain that can lead to surgery if they do not heal on their own or damage nearby nerves or spinal cord tissue. Gel-like substance are present in cartilage and these cartilage form a discs in your spine, and they act as cushions between each vertebra. Sometimes, this gel leaks out of the disc and into the surrounding tissues. A Trauma can cause Disc herniations, overworking joints with repetitive motions, or simply aging.

  5. Cancer

    Many cancers spread to the bones, especially those of the spine. Spinal tumors typically cause pain, weakness in limbs and numbness in specific parts of the body, although these symptoms can vary widely from case to case depending on many factors such as size and location of the tumor.

Complications of Low Back Pain
Low back pain is one of the most common complaints in the United States. Homeopathic doctor says that there are number of different factors, ranging from accident or injury to prolonged periods of sitting that can cause back pain. For many people, low back pain can be a relatively minor issue that lasts for hours or days at a time, making it largely manageable with simple lifestyle adjustments. However, in more severe cases, the condition can cause more severe symptoms and even lead to complications due to lack of proper treatment.”

“The spinal cord is made up of nerves that conduct signals between the brain and other parts of the body. In many cases, back pain is caused by irritation or damage to these nerves. This condition is known as a strain, sprain, fracture, or dislocation. Back injuries can be life-threatening and should not be ignored. Seek treatment right away if you are experiencing any sudden symptoms, as they may indicate a more serious injury.”

“Some conditions may cause nerve damage which causes numbness in the buttocks and legs or tingling in the feet and hands. Burning or tingling Sensation causes pain down one leg, because it compresses sciatic nerve from behind.

“Disc problems”

“Spinal stenosis can occur when the spinal canal narrows. This may occur for a number of reasons, such as age-related degeneration, chronic inflammation, or injury. The narrowing prevents the spinal cord from being able to move normally, which can cause pain radiating down one or both legs. The pain may be worse when you are walking up an incline and getting worse over time.”

“Spinal stenosis and lumbar disc herniation both conditions can cause leg pain. However, in disc herniation the symptoms will typically come and go while in spinal stenosis they are more constant.

Homeopathic Medicine for Lower Back Pain

Many people experience Lower back pain, but the good news is that it can be prevented. Here are some tips for preventing low back pain without jeopardizing your livelihood.

First, determine what risks you incur at work or home. The risk factors include obesity and sedentary lifestyles, occupations in which people have to lift or move heavy objects, repetitive motions such as bending and twisting, and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or walking. Since the factors are different for every person, no one solution will work for everyone.

Next, talk with your homeopathic doctor about ways to reduce your risk of low back pain. You may have to modify your schedule or change certain activities. However, you can still do many things that are essential to a healthy lifestyle.

Finally, be strong and fit! Even though you can’t completely eliminate the risk of low back pain, you can reduce it by improving your health through nutritious food choices, exercise, and adequate sleep — especially if you’re at risk for low back pain as a result of one or more of the risk factors mentioned above.

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Weight 1.7 oz

Drug Facts

Active ingredients………………………..Purpose

Chamomilla officinalis 6C HPUS………lumbago and pain in sacrum

Phosphorus 30C HPUS……………….…..burning pain in back

Platinum metallicum 30C HPUS………spasmodic pain, numbness in coccyx

Ruta graveolens 6C HPUS……………….pain in sacrum, lumbar vertebrae

Veratrum album 30C HPUS…………….stiffness to sacrum, small of back


‘HPUS’ indicates that this ingredient is officially included in the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States.  ‘C’ is homeopathic dilution.


Uses:  For temporary relief of lower back and lumbar pain due to minor muscle strain.

* Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence.  Not FDA evaluated.


Directions:  Adults and adolescents 12 and over:  Dissolve 1 or 2 pellets in mouth at the onset of symptoms.  Repeat every 1 to 6 hours as needed.


WarningsStop use and ask a doctor if symptoms persist more than 5 days or worsen. If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a health professional before use.  Keep out of reach of children.

Other information

Other information:  Store in a dry place between 15-30° C (59-86° F) and out of direct sunlight.  Do not use if seal of internal pellet dispenser is missing or broken.

Inactive ingredients

Inactive ingredient:  Organic sucrose, certified by DE-OKO-070.

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