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Top 8 Herbal Remedies for Migraine Relief

When you have a migraine, the last thing you want to think about is finding natural remedies to help end your pain. But the truth is, we are more than our headaches. Research has shown that there are natural remedies available that can help reduce pain, migraines, and their associated symptoms, such as nausea and sensitivity to light. 


In this article, we will look at the top 8 natural remedies for migraine that you can start using today. Reducing the frequency of your migraines, reducing their severity, and helping to relieve their associated symptoms, these natural remedies for migraine are a complete game changer and so many people are unaware that natural herbs can work wonders for migraines.


Every herb has its very own unique function and has unique ingredients that can help stop migraines, as well as prevent migraines from happening again. These herbs work well in a tea form and offer almost instant results after drinking only one cup of tea. The blended herbs together are where all of the magic happens. When you add hot water to the blended herbs and you let those herbs steep or sit for a minimum of twenty minutes, the water is pulling the medicinal properties out of the herbs. 

Ginger Root

Ginger root is a traditional herbal remedy for migraines.  Ginger root has been used to treat headaches and nausea for centuries, so it’s no surprise that it's also effective for migraine relief. Ginger contains compounds called gingerols, which are known to have analgesic properties that can help reduce the pain of migraine headaches. The throbbing pain that many people feel with a migraine is one of the biggest symptoms that Ginger root helps with, making it one of the best herbs for migraines.

FEVERFEW

Feverfew is an herb with anti-inflammatory, anti-coagulant, and anti-microbial properties. It has been used for centuries to relieve symptoms of migraine. It’s most often taken as a tea or tincture, but you also can eat it fresh or dry. Feverfew is believed to act by reducing the blood flow in the brain, which can prevent the release of nitric oxide that causes vasodilation and headaches.

Butterbur

Butterbur is one of the most popular herbal remedies for migraines. It can be effective because it has anti-inflammatory and anti-migraine properties. It has been shown to have some effectiveness in treating migraines by reducing their frequency, severity, and associated symptoms.

Mullein

Mullein is an herb that has been used for centuries to treat many ailments, including migraines. This herb can be taken as a tea or tincture and is often paired with lemon balm. Mullein acts by dilating the blood vessels and reducing inflammation in the brain while giving support to your immune system.  Research has shown that mullein helps maintain healthy levels of serotonin, which is a neurotransmitter involved in mood regulation. Mullein is often blended with other herbs such as elderberry and echinacea to help support the immune system during times of cold, and flu viruses. 


 Serotonin levels are often low during a migraine attack, so mullein can help restore these serotonin levels back to normalcy. We add mullein as one of our top ingredients with our herbal migraine tea. Our migraine tea is designed to help boost the immune system, and balance serotonin levels, while eliminating the migraine and preventing it from returning. In fact, one cup of our migraine tea per day can easily help you stay migraine free and keep you off the toxic medications if you are someone who is prone to having several major migraines per month. 

Black Pepper

A study published in the journal of Neurology found that people who took a daily dose of black pepper extract for three months experienced a significant reduction in the number and severity of their migraines. We are used to adding black pepper as a spice to our food, but it is so much more than just a spice. Adding just a hint of raw black pepper herb to an already winning blend can help add to the potency of the tea. 


Black pepper herb is naturally high in antioxidants and has several benefits to the brain, including helping with memory and cognition. Black pepper has also been known to have Cancer-fighting properties, especially for those that suffer from various forms of breast cancer. Black pepper regulates blood sugar and helps ease sensitivity to light for those that are suffering from migraines. 

Valerian Root

Valerian root is one of the best remedies for migraines. When taken as tea, it can reduce anxiety and stress, helping to relieve some of the symptoms brought on by your headaches. It has been shown to decrease the frequency and severity of migraines in many people who have used it.

Peppermint

It might be surprising, but one of the top 8 herbal remedies for migraines is peppermint. Peppermint has been shown to help relieve nausea, vomiting and sensitivity to light that often accompany migraines. It is also a great treatment for those who experience pain in their temples or forehead. Peppermint tea is a popular remedy for those who are experiencing headaches or migraines. You can either make your own peppermint tea at home or you can buy it pre-made from your local health food store.

Conclusion

In summary, Ginger root is a potent herb that has been used as a home remedy for centuries. It is an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and can help to relax the muscles in your head and neck.  Feverfew is a natural anti-inflammatory that can help with other general pain relief. Butterbur is another natural remedy that offers relief for migraines and other types of headaches. : Mullein has a calming effect and can help with stress-induced migraines.  Black pepper can help relieve pain and other symptoms by opening up the nasal passage.  Valerian root can help to relax the muscles in your head and neck, as well as helping to calm your nerves. : Peppermint is another herb that can offer relief for migraines by cooling the scalp and providing a pleasant smell.


 Conclusion: There are many herbs that offer relief for migraines, so be sure to do your research before trying any remedies to be sure they are safe for you to use. As a naturopathic doctor, I am always available to answer your questions regarding any herb or any of the herbal tea products we offer on our site. 

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