5 Natural Headache Remedies That Actually Works!

Hola, everybody! 
I have one question to ask you all. How many of you suffer from headaches or migraines? Believe me, I know what you're going to through, but don't you just sometimes wish that pain would just go away? Well, I went to Pinterest and I found these different natural remedies for headaches that are guaranteed to work. You don't have to take any medicine or nothing like. Without further ado, here is the list of natural headaches remedies that you need to try:

1. Essential Oils

Did you know that you can use essential oils are really good for treating a headache? I did some research on Google about it and it turns out that essential oils are safe and effective when you go to use them. It gets right to the root of the problem where the headache triggers meaning that doesn't take away the pain temporarily, but permanently. You can use different essential oils like peppermint, lavender, eucalyptus, and rosemary just for a headache. All you do is apply the oil of your choice to your temples, forehead, and wrists to release tension and stress. Here's another thing: Try adding 5-10 drops of essential oil to a warm bath or you can follow this recipe by Dr. Axe for Homemade Healing Bath Salts. Here's the link to the article:

2. Natural Headache Remedy Bath Bombs

I discovered on Pinterest that you can make bath bombs for cold and sinus, muscle pain, and now, headaches. This recipe is really easy to follow and make and if you do all of the steps correctly, then you should have the perfect bath bomb for yourself for when you have a migraine. So, give this a try and see if you notice the difference. Here's the link to a website called happy-mothering.com:

3. Have you ever heard of lavender lemonade? That's right, I said it. Lavender lemonade is very popular on Pinterest and this website called food-hacks.wonderhowto.com/ has three different recipes on how to make this lavender lemonade. This drink is also good for anxiety as well. So, here's the link to the website so that you can check it out yourself:

4. Apple Cider Vinegar or Lemon Water

You can learn how to make apple cider vinegar water using these simple steps. It's not that hard to do. Just add 1 to 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to a warm glass of water. Mix it thoroughly and slowly drink this to get rid of your headache fast. If you don't like the taste of apple cider vinegar, then try adding a little honey and lemon juice to the mixture to improve flavor. You can also do the same time with lemon water.

Squeeze the juice from a half of a lemon into a warm glass of water. Again, drink this slowly while it's still warm. Don't drink it cold or else it won't do you any good. You can try drinking lemon water twice daily for better improvement for a headache. Here's the link to the website along with the recipes:

5. Grape Juice for Migraines

I found out on Pinterest that grape juice is good for migraines. This is the article that I saw when I looked at it:

But, did you know that you can make your own grape juice out of the comforts of your kitchen? You're going to need about 7-8 pounds of fresh grapes. Wash and pluck the grapes from their stems. Mash up the grapes using a potato masher. Put the grapes in a pot of water and cover them up with a lid. Once the water begins to boil, then let it simmer on the stove for 10-15 minutes. Keep stirring them so that the grapes don't begin to clump up. Pour out the juice through a sieve into a jar or bottle. Remove the sieve and put the juice in the refrigerator. Discard the residue after that. Here is the link to the full recipe down below:

I hope that you give these natural remedies for a headache a try. You shouldn't have to suffer anymore once you have one or all of the different ones that I've just listed. Enjoy the rest of your day and thank you for your time. Also, follow me on Bloglovin' to check out some of my posts. Just click on the link you see below.


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