If You Have Migraine, Place a Banana Peel on Your Forehead for a Remarkable Effect
Today 47 million Americans suffer from migraine. The most familiar symptoms including neck and back tension, throbbing pain, light sensitivity and nausea. OTC medicines such as Aspirin, Aleve or Excedrin may work for some but not for all and even when they do, they may also cause stomach upsets adding to your problems. From time immemorial, herbal remedies have been used for several conditions among which migraine is one and have found to be effective in relieving and reducing the trauma of the condition such as pain and tension. It doesn’t hurt to try out these natural remedies for migraine.
1 Lavender Oil
Lavender oil is one of the most versatile essential oils that work in several medical conditions where ever research has proven its medicinal benefits. In 6 cups of boiling water, add 8 drops of Lavender oil and inhale the vapor which relieves tension form headaches. You can also apply a few drops of Lavender oil directly on your temples, however if it feels too strong on your skin, you can add it to a carrier oil like almond or coconut.