SSC 4 Back Problems Combination   

SSC No Combination for  BPS, DS & SSC Combinations included


Back Problems


(Basic Combination)

SSC 70 Sai Sanjeevini Tonic Combination
SSC12 Cleansing & Kidney Combinaion
BPS 45 Spine Sanjeevini +
BPS 4 Back Sanjeevini +
BPS 7 Bone Sanjeevini +
BPS 33 Muscle Sanjeevini +
BPS 36 Nervous System Sanjeevini +
DS 117 Slipped Disc Sanjeevini +
DS 111 Sciatica Sanjeevini +
DS 120 Spondylitis Sanjeevini +
DS 19 Blood Sugar Imbalance Sanjeevini

SSC 4 (a)


Same as SSC 4 above

SSC 4 (b)

Slipped Disc

Same as SSC 4 above

SSC 4 (c)


Same as SSC 4 above

SSC 4 (d)

Lumbago (low back pain)

 Same as SSC 4 above

SSC 4 (e)

Frozen Shoulder

 SSC 4 + BPS 42 Shoulder Sanjeevini + DS 55 Frozen Shoulder Sanjeevini

Please note that the combination for Spondylitis, Slipped Disc, Sciatica, Lumbago (low back pain) is the same as the basic Combination for Back Problems i.e SSC 4

You can always add more Sanjeevinis as you need. For some you may need to add DS 109 Rheumatism/Arthritis/Gout Sanjeevini, for others you may need to add BPS 23 Hip Sanjeevini or BPS 27 Leg & Foot Sanjeevini.

A rolling pin and a golf ball can be very helpful in alleviating back problems.

Rolling pin - place one end of the rolling pin on the point on the buttock which coincides with the "injection" point. (This is where injections are usually given). This point is very painful when there is a back problem or sciatica or slipped disc, so it is easy to find. Place the other end of the rolling pin against the wall and push gently. The more pain you are able to bear in doing this, the sooner will healing start. Do this to the count of 10 atleast 3 times.

Golf ball - Lie on the back in bed if it is a hard bed or on a blanket on the floor if it is not. Place the golf ball under you and roll it around by moving over it. The most painful area and therefore the most healing area, is the space between the scapula (shoulder blade) and the spine. The next most painful area is the space between the scapula and the shoulder and arm joint. Do this for as long as you like. Do not bring the ball directly under the spine.

Bhujangasana is a good yogic posture to keep back problems at bay.