I’ve have found at least four different neuropathy products claiming to repair nerves, or handle neuropathy symptoms, that contain herbs. I’ve written about herbs before as they aren’t nutrients that the body needs to grow and repair itself (ie. protein, vitamins, minerals, etc). They act like drugs in so far as they force the body to do something it normally doesn’t do. It is also hard to determine the strength of the herb you are taking as they aren’t like the herbs you drink in tea or put on your salad, they are extracts and thus you don’t really know the quality or strength of what you are taking.
Herbs may relieve the symptoms of neuropathy, but relief in the sense that they cover up the symptoms and you have to keep taking the herbs to get that relief. They don’t go to the cause of the problem.
Herbs also have side effects and can’t be taken with different medications.
First, if you are on medications and want to take any herbal remedy, please go to your pharmacist. The pharmacies have a database to check whether the drug and the herb will conflict.
Here is an article with a list of the many herbs touted for neuropathy. It talks about side effects and how long you can safely take them.
There is a link on this page to an article about the problem of taking herbs for neuropathy and that page has a link to a video by a pharmacist telling you how to take herbs safely if you want to. to. She talks about taking one at a time so you can judge what the herb is doing for you.
But rather than tell you what she says you can go directly to the page where you can find it Taking Herbs