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Migraines? Powdered Ginger May Help

in Natural Cures July 7, 2017

Migraines are a horrible thing to experience. They get so bad that it can become difficult to perform normal day to day activities.

People who suffer from migraines will agree that when a migraine strikes, you will be willing to do anything to get rid of it. Sometimes all you can do is lay in a quiet and dark room, but even the slightest noise or light can be extremely painful. Most people treat their migraines will over the counter NSAIDs (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs) like ibuprofen and Tylenol, but you should never take these! NSAIDs are extremely bad for you and can even increase your risk for heart disease by 19%.

Like all other health issues, it’s a much better decision to treat your migraines naturally. Natural healing is always the best decision because it is effective in one area and increases health in another. So, curing your migraine might also stabilize your blood sugar! This is obviously a much better choice than taking drugs like Ibuprofen that have been linked to so many different health issues, like ulcers and internal bleeding.

One of the best natural ingredients to treat your migraines with is Ginger. Ginger has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years for a reason; It’s one of the best natural ingredients out there. One of the most proclaimed and effective uses for ginger is for headaches and nausea because it blocks prostaglandins which stimulate muscle contractions, control inflammation and impact certain hormones. There have been a number of studies performed on ginger’s effectiveness on migraine headaches. One study found that it was even more effective than the leading migraine drug Sumatriptan.

The best form of ginger to take for a migraine headache is powdered ginger. You can also consume ginger in an oil form and make it at your very own home. All you have to do is crush fresh ginger, boil with water, filter, and enjoy the warm beverage. You’ll immediately notice a reduction in the intensity of your headache.