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Frequent Headache Cure


Types of Frequent Headache

  • Hemi crania Continua

  • Chronic Tension Headaches

  • Transformed Migraines

  • Rebound Headaches

Massage oils as Frequent Headache cure

This option is useful if you want to use herbs from your garden. Simply pick a handful of fresh herbs, chop finely and cover loosely with any oil - almond, olive or even sunflower oil. Place the bowl of oil and herbs in a pan of water and put the lid on. Heat until simmering and leave on the lowest possible heat for 1-2 hours.

A slow-pot can give ideal conditions for making infused oils as it maintains a constant, very low simmering temperature. Spices can also be infused in vegetable oils.

There are many essential oils available now which save you the time involved in infusing plants in oil.

The easiest way to apply these is in a carrier oil such as olive, almond or coconut. A few drops to a tablespoon will suffice. You can add a dash of chili or ginger! Massaging increases blood flow to muscles and breaks down the tension in them.

Baths for Frequent cure of Headache

Essential oils can be added to the bath. Use a teaspoon of unscented bubble bath or a tablespoon of milk to act as a dispersant.

Relaxing bath salts are based on the same principle and available commercially, although they don't smell as nice as genuine essential oils.

The relaxing effect is limited, but a helpful contribution, especially at night before bed, and there are no side-effects.

Sometimes crying or laughing
are the only options left,
and laughing feels better right now.

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