TOP 5 MIGRAINE HERBS
When used over time, has shown to lessen the occurrence of migraines.
Ginkgo biloba is often used to increases blood circulation. It may be helpful in preventing migraine due to its ability to inhibit platelet activating factor also known as PAF.
Same therapeutic effect as sumatriptan, a common conventional migraine medication, but resulted in fewer side effects.
(Mentha x piperita)
Increases blood flow to the forehead after localized external application, relieves nausea.
Reduces pain by inhibiting prostaglandins. Do not use if allergic to aspirin or taking blood thinners.
NON HERBAL RELIEF
maintaining the tone of blood vessel walls, reducing spasms that are believed to be associated with migraines.
Vitamins B2 and B6
have also had considerable success in treating migraine along with
to reduce the pain and recurrence of migraine headaches.
Investigating the cause of any recurring headaches is vital before commencing treatment.