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Teas to Alleviate a Headache

Teas to Alleviate a Headache

Posted by Paloma Pechenik on Aug 24th 2020

Teas to Alleviate a Headache

A headache is not just discomfort - it can throw a wrench in your plans! 90% of people suffer from headaches of some variety regularly.

If over-the-counter medication isn't your idea of a permanent solution, perhaps tea is the potion you seek! Many herbs have unique medicinal properties and are an all-natural remedy for headache symptoms.

Here are some teas that will help you get sweet relief!

Turmeric Ginger

A powerful formula that can alleviate sinus headache symptoms, Ayurvedic medicine uses turmeric to stimulate drainage, reduce sinus pressure, and soothe inflammation.

Pair one powerful root with another - ginger has similar anti-inflammatory properties. Gingerol suppresses the production of excess mucosa in the sinus cavity. Drinking Turmeric Ginger hot and inhaling the steam can also relieve congestion and reduce symptoms. Plus... it's tasty!

On the Waterfront

This caffeine-free herbal blend is perfect for reducing the symptoms of a rebound headache. This variety of headaches results from caffeine overuse, whether consumed in beverages or over-the-counter painkillers.

The withdrawal symptoms can be unpleasant. Luckily, peppermint helps to relieve some of the discomfort! On The Waterfront is a delicious blend of peppermint, spearmint, and other herbs that blend into a powerful tonic to soothe your head.

Calming Tea

Migraine headaches can be debilitating to sufferers. Symptoms are intense and often nausea and upset stomach. Calming tea contains ingredients that ease nausea, dizziness, and pain—ginger and peppermint calm the belly.

Chamomile eases the mind, allowing the sufferer some much-needed rest.

Soothe discomfort with tea

So many delicious herbal remedies can help you relieve pain and get back to business as usual! Tea is the perfect solution -- health benefits and no side effects.

So, the next time you get a headache, reach for your teapot instead of your medicine cabinet!