A Migraine can be one of the most painful, discomforting that can occur to anyone! It causes nausea, vomiting, light sensitivity, and excruciating pain.
As a migraine sufferer myself, I found that certain herbs can help alleviate migraine symptoms.
I am going to share some information with you about the herbs in the Migraine tonic, made by PureLife Organic, Inc and explain the benefits of each one of these herbs for migraines.
Feverfew is an herb that many go to when looking for an alternative therapy for migraines. Though many studies are contra-indicatory, 3-month research discovered that a sequence of feverfew, magnesium, and vitamin B2 pointed to a 50% reduction in migraines. Some
show that it may help prevent, reduce, or permanently stop migraine occurrence.
Vervain is an herb that Romans used to ease several different ailments from expulsing toxins in the body to reducing symptoms of depression. The sedative effects of Vervain confirm to alleviate pain symptoms of a migraine or cluster headache as well as other troubled areas within the body.
Peppermint is an overall great herb to keep in your arsenal; it aids in soothing stomach pain, nausea, and enhances bile production while metabolizing fats. Peppermint acts as a natural muscle-relaxer, thus helping in the reduction of muscle tension while increasing blood flow to the upper body.
Though lemongrass is a long time remedy for cardiovascular disease, arthritis, and gastrointestinal issues, such as gastric ulcer, nausea it contains anti-inflammatory as well. It contains several compounds, such as citral as well as eugenol, one that has similar properties to white willow bark the herb used in aspirin.
Caution: Do not take if you are taking aspirin or are pregnant.
Feverfew, Vervain, Lemongrass, Peppermint, and Vegetable Glycerin.