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Natural Remedies to Relieve Headaches

It is advisable to take these infusions quietly and drink them slowly, sip to sip. Then, rest for a quarter of an hour in the bed in darkness or darkness.

Chamomile or mint

When waking up fasting or along with the rest of food that we take at breakfast slowly drinks an infusion of chamomile or mint. Effect: Both plants have remarkable calming and analgesic effects besides facilitating liver activity to eliminate acetaldehyde in the event of a hangover.

Eggplant

Prepare an infusion by heating half a litre of water in a casserole, add a medium eggplant in slices and 3 tablespoons of sugar. Simmer for half an hour, let stand 5-10 minutes and strain the liquid. When your head hurts, drink the equivalent of half a glass, slowly. Effect: Its purpose is to rehydrate the organism.


Infusions a headache – sauceCorteza sauce

Before breakfast take an infusion of this plant and repeat the intake at noon if necessary. Effect: Willow bark contains natural salicylates (consisting of aspirin or acetylsalicylic acid) which give it a remarkable soothing effect that relieves headaches.

Infusions a headache – springPrimavera

Prepare an infusion with 4 tablespoons of dry spring plant in a litre of boiling water, stir slightly and let stand for a quarter of an hour. Strain the liquid and cool. Effect: This plant has relaxing, sedative, calming and analgesic effects. Therefore, in addition to treating the headache is also useful in colds, bronchitis, blows or trauma.

Infusions a headache – basilAlbahaca

Prepare an infusion of basil by adding 1 tablespoon of dried grass to a cup of boiling water, let stand for a quarter of an hour, strain the liquid and drink slowly sips. Effect: Basil, particularly the components present in leaves and stems, has remarkable sedative, relaxing and slightly analgesic effects.

Infusions a headache – jasmine jasmine

Prepare an infusion by adding a tablespoon of dried jasmine to a cup of boiling water, let stand for 10 minutes, strain the liquid and drink. Effect: Like basil, jasmine has sedative and soothing effects that relieve headaches and headaches.

Infusions a headache – tea three yearsTree three years

Bring to a boil a cup of water and add a teaspoon of tea for 3 years. Leave to cook for 5 minutes and then stand for 10 minutes. Strain and add a pinch of zest of mandarin skin and 1 tip of ume concentrate. Mix well to dissolve well and take it.

Ivy

Bake 4-5 leaves of ivy in a liter of boiling water for 10 minutes. Spread a cloth in the water and rub it on the forehead. When the cloth cools down, immerse it in hot water and put it on the forehead until the pain recedes.

Sunflower seeds

Crush a handful of sunflower seeds and cook in a cup of water for 2-3 minutes. Cover and let stand another 10 minutes. Strain it and take it while the headache lasts. This infusion is very appropriate for children.

Cherry Blossoms

Bake a handful of cherry tails in a pint of boiling water for 5 minutes. Cover and let stand another 10 minutes. Strain and drink the liquid throughout the day.

Marjoram oil

Apply 1 or 2 drops of marjoram oil on the temples and perform a small massage with the fingertips making circular movements for 5 min. You can repeat the massage in an hour or two. Effect: This massage manages to relax, by reflex effect, the cranial musculature of the neck and to improve the arrival of blood to the brain and to the rest of the structures of the central nervous system.

Cucumber headache Pepper or raw potatoes

Place a couple of raw cucumber or potato slices on each of the temples. Make small circular movements for a couple of minutes. Repeat the massage half an hour later. You can also place the slices directly on the temples, hold them with a handkerchief or bandage and hold them for half an hour. Effect: The massage applied on the temples induces small changes in the circulation of blood of the head diminishing the pain.

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