Relieve IBS Nausea and Abdominal Pain With This Simple Technique

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The Spine Rub is a good all-around balancer. Plus it feels great! You can use it for more than IBS nausea and abdominal pain. Use it to relax when you’re stressed, or to give yourself a boost when you’re tired. And here’s a way to use it that will surprise you…

… Have someone give you a spine rub when you suspect you’re catching a cold. You’ll feel better and it will help your system to be stronger.

This is Kathy’s favourite energy technique! My husband likes it a lot, too, for his back pain.

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We’d love to hear more about your experience with IBS – and with the Spine Rub! Write your comment below (your email will not show) and click on the Share button to share this video with your friends.

 

8 thoughts on “Relieve IBS Nausea and Abdominal Pain With This Simple Technique”

  1. Excellent video – clear and precise. I practise EFT, Reflexology and have acupuncture so am familiar with these ‘tricks’ …Very good of you to send this video to your subscribers.

    Good health to you
    Annie Morgan in Mississauga, Ontario.

  2. I am trying to learn more skills to manage IBS symptoms better. I tried the spine rub and it is good because I have pinned up frustration. It helps to relieve some of it. It is frustrating when you feel like no one understands why it is chronic and I’ve been praying for healing for soooo long. God is my healer and He knows best. Thank you very much.

  3. I can’t believe how much more relaxed I feel after performing this technique for just a few minutes. I can’t reach my whole back, but what I could reach helped a lot. I’m going to try it when my IBS abdominal pain attacks the next time. Thank you for the info and demo!

  4. I tried this technique for just a few minutes and could feel the difference! I feel much more relaxed than before trying. Thank you for the info and the demo!

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