I've had esophageal spasms for going on 10 years. I've had every kind of test and have taken all sorts of medicines because of incorrect diagnosis. I've been taking the MSM alone since I have yet to find lavender oil and in about 4 days I've had maybe a very light and short lasting spasm which quickly went away with some cool water. I'm taking 1000mg of MSM a day morning noon and night. Thanks for the tip! So far so good. Before I read your post the frequency was become debilitating and this has really helped me. Thanks again so much!!!
MSM, Lavender Oil
Hi, this is a good one!
Was talking to my 84 year old mother told her about my esophageal spasms in my throat . Still having them once in a while. She said oh you have nervous throat. Take 1 teaspoon of coconut oil and 1 teaspoon of raw honey let dissolve in your mouth and swallow slowly. Do it once a day. It's been 2 weeks haven't had a attack since! And no tightness or nervous feeling in my throat! So I've added this to my other remedies but have stopped the skullcap - too sedating.
MSM, Lavender Oil
Hi, been diagnosed with esophageal spasms, after heart palpitations ruled out. Valium does work to stop them, but I didn't want to walk around like a zombie all day. I have suffered from GAD for years also. Started researching and remembered about a Lavender oil supplement for anxiety. After not sleeping for a few days went and got some and combined with 900mgs of MSM 3 times a day which is good for muscle spasms. This combo stopped the spasms within 8 hrs! Lavender oil is super for bad nerves and the MSM is also a calming agent and is good for the stomach and your body in general.
So this is my remedy . 1 or 2 soft gels of lavender oil, 900 mgs of MSM morning noon and night you can take with meals for a total of 2700mgs, get a good quality MSM . You can take more MSM if needed. I'm guessing that the spasms are caused by over active nerves. You can ask your DR. but they don't have a clue. Hope this helps someone out there believe me I have felt and feel your pain and anxiety.