Back Pain Health Plan

The back pain health plan is designed to provide relief for this condition when serrapeptase is combined with the right nutrients and a naturally healthy lifestyle is followed. Results can be seen in just a few short weeks when you commit to the plan.

Your 4-8 Week Plan, From My eBook, by Robert Redfern

Supplements to support pain relief – in order of priority:

    1. SerraEnzyme 80,000IU or 250,000IU  – Take 1-3 serrapeptase: 3 times per day until all symptoms have ceased and then lower to 1 x 2 per day. This will eat any inflammation and dead scar tissue.
    2. HealthPoint™ – Use daily on acupressure points to further reduce the inflammation and pain. Treatment with an electro-acupressure device has been proven to be highly effective in treating degeneration. The HealthPoint unit simply stimulates the body’s own healing system, and it is effective over a vast range of joint-related problems.
    3. Joint & Skin Matrix – Treatment with a Collagen Complex will help to regenerate the cartilage if degeneration takes place. Take 2 capsules daily.
    4. Ancient Minerals Magnesium Spray Oil ULTRA with OptiMSM® – Increases absorption of magnesium and reduces pain. Apply liberally onto skin such as back and legs to cover a wide area for absorption.
    5. Hemp Seed Oil – Contains Omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids from cold-pressed organic hemp. It can boost the immune system and support a positive mental state.Take 1 capsule, 2 times daily.


  1. The Krill Miracle –  Treatment with Krill Oil or Hemp Oil will help in the healing process by supporting the immune system,decreasing pain in symptoms such as arthritis and providing protection for cell membranes. Take 1 capsule, 2 times daily.

Your Recovery Food Plan to Maintain ‘perfect Health’ (pH)

We have a food and lifestyle health recovery guide to support the above health plan in the ebook.

Click here to download the Really Healthy Foods plan in the eBook to find out how changing your lifestyle can improve your health condition.


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