Feverfew

Feverfew for Migraine Prevention

British scientists at the University of Exeter analyzed six studies of feverfew, concluding that the herb significantly reduces the frequency of migraine occurrence. “In my experience,” Duke says, “feverfew prevents migraines in about two-thirds of those who use it consistently.”

  • Dosage is generally 50 to 150 mg per day of powdered leaves.

by: Michael Castleman, Natural Health

Peppermint Headache Tincture

ginger-tincture-in-glass-bottle-928x1024This remedy is especially helpful for those who are prone to headaches that stem from indigestion.

Ingredients:

  • 2 parts peppermint leaf
  • 1 part chamomile flower
  • 1 part feverfew flower and leaf
  • 1 part hops
  • vodka or brandy

Cover herbs with alcohol in a jar or bottle & leave closed in warm dark place for a 2-4 weeks. Strain.Bottle again.

Take ¼ – ½ tsp before and after meals.

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