Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Natural Headache Herb Remedies Unveiled

Orlando, Fl (PrBuzz) November 17, 2010 - Everyone at one time or another has experienced the pounding pain of a headache. Headaches are the single most troubling symptom around the world affecting million of people each year. Headaches can appear in all different levels of severity and duration. Genetics do play a limited role in the who gets headaches and when, but anyone is vulnerable to a headache. A migraine is a severe headache that may occur every day or as little as once per year or so. The pain of a migraine headache can be so severe that one cannot even look at a source of light. Temporary loss of vision may occur also with this type of migraine. The underlying cause of migraine headaches is still a mystery in the medical field but research does still continue to unlock the answer. For a while it was thought that there was a connection between migraine and allergies but this theory was later discounted after inconclusive results. Attempts to connect migraine headaches to the regulation of seratonin (a chemical in the brain) also proved to be a dead end for unlocking the door to the cause. To fight headache pain naturally we turned to the Florida Herb House in Daytona Beach, Florida for some expert advice and to discuss the most favorable herbs that can be used as a remedy for headache and migraine pain. For this we were happy to talk to the owner of Florida Herb House; Stephen Sharp for his herb house's best headache remedies. We quickly learned of the family of four popular herbs that, when combined together and steeped as a tea, can help diminish the pounding pain of a headache naturally and powerfully. Please consult a doctor before beginning any type of exercise or health program.

The most popular four herbs used for natural headache relief are Chamomile, Feverfew, Ginger, and Lavender. The most powerful way to incorporate these into your very own all natural home headache remedy is to purchase 3-4 ounces of each herb and blend them all together. You can get several dozen cups of tea from just a few ounces of loose herbs. To make the tea boil a pot of water. After the water is at a rolling boil remove from heat and add 1 teaspoon of the herb mix per each ounce of water. Steep the herbs for 5-7 minutes. Flavor with sugar or honey or as desired. Use as needed for natural headache pain support. You should be able to find the herbs mentioned at your local herb or natural food store or online at such stores as or

Chamomile Flowers - Chamomile, also known as "Roman Chamomile," "Garden Chamomile," and "whig Plant" is a perennial herb that blossoms with yellow flowers during the months of June and July. This gracious plant's flowers are used frequently for tea and other culinary creations. The flowers offer several health benefits and are used by many to soothe headache pain.

Feverfew Leaf - The feverfew herb is also a perennial herb that grows along roadsides. Feverfew can be found throughout Canada and points south along the East coast as far as Maryland. The leaves of the feverfew herb are used to make infusions and health tea.

Ginger Root - The ginger herb is a perennial plant that thrives in tropical and sub-tropical regions. The unique aroma of the ginger herb distinguishes it from other herbs. The root of the plant is used as a spice and also to make tea. Ginger root contains ingredients which may help with headache and migraine pain.

Lavender Flowers - The lavender herb grows as a shrub and is native to Europe and the United States. It is known for its pleasant and relaxing aroma. The stem of the lavender herb can grow up to 2 feet high and produces grayish green leaves. Lavender blossoms from July to September with purple flowers. These flowers are in used various applications and have been shown beneficial for headaches.

A. Sherwood

Green People United

Orlando, Florida

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