Welcome to JustAnswer. Sorry to hear you're having difficulty.
To answer your question:
Normally, stopping the statin drug will reverse any problems like elevated liver enzymes and muscles aches. However, in a very small number of people, there is a side effect called rhabdomyolysis that can occur. This is actual rapid destruction of muscle tissue and can be very dangerous if not caught in time.
From your lab results, and the description of your symptoms, it looks like this may have happened. Your health care provider did the right thing by stopping the medication.
If you did develop a mild rhabdomyolysis, it would take some time to recover. How long depends on how much damage was done. Some people are unfortunate enough to suffer severe damage that can become life threatening. In your case, it looks like stopping the drug early-on is correcting the problem, as you are beginning to feel better.
Keeping well hydrated will speed your recovery, as this condition can have an adverse effect on the kidneys. What you need to do now is to continue to follow up with your health care provider, who should continue to monitor your blood levels of the tests you have already done to make sure they return to normal levels.
Here is a site with more information about this condition:MedicineNet's page on Rhabdomyolysis
And here is some information from Mayo Clinic about the side effects of Statin medications.
Otherwise, whatever remedies make you feel better should not be harmful. Eating a well-balanced diet and drinking plenty of fluids will also help speed your recovery.