Effective Natural Remedies for Soothing a Stiff Neck

Ted's Cat Purr Recording

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Posted by Joy (Pensacola, Fl) on 05/15/2013

Ted's Cat Purr Recording helped my neck pain about 25%. This is what I found online:

Veterinarians have long noted that broken bones heal quickly in cats. The vibrations associated with the feline purring is of interest to the holistic healing community. The measurable Hertz of a cat's purr lies between 25 and 150. 20 to 50 HZ have shown great promise in speeding bone injuries in human medicine. Research is currently being done to find out if purring actually accelerates the natural healing process of broken bones in humans. "Here kitty, kitty", says the woman with a broken ankle.

Ted's Cat Purr Recording
Posted by Lisa (Stuarts Draft, VA) on 10/15/2007

There was a terrific posting of a WAV file of a cat's purring that helps in inflammation/pain management. I find that when I listen to this file that I feel great relief from arthritic pain. The problem is that I am only able to play the file while sitting at my computer. I want to make it more mobile-friendly and listen to it while away from home. Is there a way to download this onto my computer as an mp3 file? I could then transfer it to my mp3 player for portability. For those who have not tried this, it has been a great pain reliever.

EC: Download the Purr (.wav file)

Replied by Dan
(Hollywood, Fl., U.S.A.)

To avoid any adverse effects from the EMF's (electro- magnetic frequencies) emitted by your MP3 player or headphones, go to your nearest animal shelter, adopt a cat, take it home, lie down, place cat on your chest and pet him.

Replied by Deb
(Pensacola, Fl, Usa)

Priceless, Dan!

Replied by Koren
(Nanaimo, Bc, Canada)

Okay when I read this post, I thought this has got to be complete BS, but I have to try it, because I have had whiplash for the past month and all the chiropractor and massage visits are only temporary relief.

To make matters worse my son jumped into my lap today and I heard a crunch. It was too late in the day to go see the chiropractor. I listened to the cat purring and put the wav file on repeat. And within 3 minutes my neck started feeling better. Am I cured... Well I don't know, but it sure has given me some immediate relief. I will keep you posted on how long it lasts.

Everything is energy... even the purring of a cat.

Cheers. Koren Cheers.

Replied by Denise
(Bellevile, N.j. USA)

When I first read this I was like yeah ok... this is weird but had to give it a try because my neck is always so stiff and sore and lately even more so. It really does work. Half way through the first time that I was listening to it I felt a cold, tingling feeling on the right side of my neck almost like a cool burn, not painful more like a relieving feeling. I played it a few more times because I was wondering why I only felt it on one side bu nothing happened on the other side. I guess that was where the pain was coming from although I couldn't tell because to me it just hurt all over, but I feel total relief right now. This is amazing! Thank- you so much Ted and EC.

Replied by Pj

I tried listening to a cat purr recording for several hours. Unfortunately the pain remained exactly the same. I REALLY wanted it to work but it just didn`t. Applying heat, sleeping on no or a very low pillow, massaging, and putting a muscle cream on helped much more than the cat purr although none of these things completely took the pain away.

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