Migraine

From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Migraine:

  • Black Seed Oil
  • Butterbur
  • Dong Quai
  • Echinacea
  • Feverfew
  • Green Tea
  • Hemp Oil
  • Tongkat Ali
  • Yucca

Natural Cures and Remedies for Migraine

it is important that therapy be individualized. There are many migraine drugs available today. Some migraine medications are also used to treat other medical conditions, such as the beta-blockers that are prescribed for hypertension and tricyclic antidepressants, often administered for depression; but the benefits of these therapies in migraine are not necessarily related to the treatment of the other conditions.

group vitamins, affords relief in case of migraine and high blood pressure caused by nervousness, high cholesterol and arteriosclerosis.

Barberry Root, Bay Leaf, Brazilian Guarana, Butterbur, Catnip, Cayenne, Chamomile, Dong Quai, Evening Primrose, Feverfew, Ginger Root, Green Tea, Griffonia Seed, Hawthorn Leaf, Honeysuckle, Kola Nut, L-Arginine, Lemon Balm, Passion Flower, Peppermint Leaf, Valerian Root, White Willow Bark, Wintergreen, Wood Betony

Anon., Feverfew: A folk migraine remedy for migraine?, Harvard Med. School Health Lett., 2, 6–7, 1986.

There are a number of dietary triggers that reportedly provoke migraine, and these include: alcohol; wine (especially red wine); foods containing monosodium glutamate, or MSG; foods that contain tyramine, such as aged cheeses; and. preserved meats with nitrates and nitrites. Keeping a food diary is an important tool to help identify migraine triggers.

The exact cause of migraine headaches is uncertain. One theory is that migraine develops because the nervous system is vulnerable to sudden changes either within the body or in the environment; according to this reasoning, migraine sufferers have inherited a more sensitive nervous system response to such changes than people who are not prone to getting migraine headaches. During a migraine attack, changes in brain activity produce an inflammation of the blood vessels and nerves in and around the brain. Migraine medication may produce relief by quieting sensitive nerve pathways and reducing their inflammatory reactions.

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