Here Are Some DIY Herbal Teas For Headaches And Migraines

Updated at: Oct 30, 2020
Here Are Some DIY Herbal Teas For Headaches And Migraines

Instant Relief from Migraine: Migraine pain can be fatal and unbearable! But these four herbal teas can give you instant relief from the pain.

Tavishi Dogra
Home RemediesWritten by: Tavishi DograPublished at: Oct 30, 2020

Best herbal teas for migraine and headaches: People often think that migraines and headaches are the same! But there are many differences between the two. Headache is usually the main symptom in migraine (along with some other symptoms). People who get migraine attacks may have problems like dizziness, vertigo, nausea etc. Besides, their sensitivity to light and sound, migraine attacks can be dangerous! Millions of people are affected by migraine, with the highest number being women. Migraine and headache may be two different things altogether, but one can find a solution in various kinds of herbal teas. Hence, listed below are some herbal teas that you can regularly have to get rid of these health issues. Also, do not forget that overdoing anything can be dangerous for health. So before you think these herbal teas can be had in quantities, think twice before doing so. Let us tell you four such herbal teas, which can give you instant relief from the pain of migraine.

Herbal Teas for Headache and Migraine

  • Green tea: If you do not have any other herbal tea, then drinking green tea is the easiest way to get relief from migraine. Green tea contains a lot of antioxidants, so it is very beneficial for health. Green tea also relaxes muscles and nerves, hence it is considered the best drink to relieve stress. Apart from this, green tea boosts metabolism and also controls your calories. Therefore, migraine patients can drink 2-3 cups of green tea in a day (if desired). This will not only relieve pain but will also be useful for their health.
  GINGER TEA
  • Ginger tea: Ginger is a wonderful herb, which is widely used in Ayurvedic medicines. Ginger has anti-inflammatory (inflammation reducing) and pain-relieving (pain-reducing) properties. Hence it is considered beneficial in migraine pain. Ginger tea also eliminates acid reflux and upset stomach. But note that in a migraine you have to drink simple ginger tea (do not add milk in it). You can add one teaspoon of honey for sweetness.

  • Chamomile tea: Chamomile tea can also prove to be quite beneficial for migraine patients. Do you know that chamomile tea relaxes the nerves? Since the cause of migraine pain in most cases is stress and anxiety, (which causes the nerves to shrink), chamomile tea is considered suitable for relieving migraine pain. You can also use chamomile tea to get relief from stress, anxiety and insomnia.
  • Lavender tea: Lavender tea is also considered beneficial in relieving headache and migraine pain. Like chamomile tea, lavender tea also reduces stress and helps in getting adequate sleep. Just note that you do not use readymade lavender tea. Instead, drink homemade made lavender tea.

Conclusion

Migraines can be a real pain! What happens when migraines affect your loved ones? You may be reluctant to ask for the aspirin or ibuprofen. Research suggests that the use of painkillers (analgesics) during migraine pain can be dangerous at times and increase the risk of a migraine attack. Several home care providers believe that tea is a natural alternative that helps to overcome such pains. Try this above-shared list of herbal teas that are most efficient for calming migraines. Aren't you a regular tea-drinker? Don't worry, as the above-shared herbs are available as dietary supplements too.

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