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Headaches are among the most common symptoms of many diseases and for its treatment a lot of money is has been spent by now. Almost everyone have had this uncomfortable feeling at least once in the lifetime, and some people live with a headache almost every day. Whether it pinches, stokes or pulses, occurs in waves or hold your head like Mengele, passes quickly or lasts for hours, even days, it is mild or too strong, a headache has always been problematic to explain and treat. Sometimes, a headache may be a symptom of serious disease, so every headache that appears, returns, boosts and is difficult to control, should be examined. There are many people with chronic headache, who became addicted to pain killers. So, in such cases, besides treating headache, it is necessary to treat addiction to drugs or their side effects on other body organs, such as the stomach. Headaches may be of a different origin psychogenic, vasomotor, symptomatic (sinuses, diseases of the eyes, ears, teeth, infection) traumatic, allergic, and caused by stress. Headaches may also be a reaction to a person and his/her actions, to some odor, a chemical in the environment, food, related to electromagnetic radiation or occurred due to compression by the tumor. Headache symptoms may vary from blurred vision, sensitivity to light, the pressure in the eye area, and even vomiting with the occurrence of visual or hearing hallucinations. So what should people do in the case of a headache, but not reaching for Aspirin?

Herbal Therapy

Lavender or peppermint essential oil can be put on temples to ease the headache. 1 Tbsp of Marjoram should be poured with 0.5 l of hot water. ½ cup of tea should be drunk 2-3 times a day. Pregnant women should not drink this tincture. Headache also may be relieved by strong solution of Green Tea with a little bit of mint added. Eating as much as possible fresh fruit of Red Blueberry is another effective way to mitigate headache.

St John's Wort is also very effective remedy for overcoming headache. It is used in the form of tea. 1 tbsp of chopped plant should be poured with a glass of hot water and boiled for 15 minutes on low heat. ¼ cup of tea should be drunk 3 times a day. 0.2 to 0.3 g of Mumio should be mixed with milk or honey in relation of 1:20. This natural remedy for a headache should be taken 2 times a day - in the morning before breakfast and in the evening before bedtime for 25 days. Ginger root proved its effectiveness in alleviating travel fever and headaches. 2 to 3 capsules of ginger root should be taken per day. Horsetail can significantly help in easing headaches, as it is demonstrated by testing the larger group of patients. Capsaicin, the compound of chili peppers, significantly reduces the volume and frequency of migraine headaches.

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