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Headaches are one of the most common health problems nowadays, whether they happen occasionally or repeatedly. Although the first thing that you might do when trying to relieve your annoying headache is taking another pain killer, you should know that there are natural ways that will get you the same effects, but without the side effects of medications.
Here, you’ll learn how to prepare three natural remedies that will effectively relieve your headache in an instant.
1. Soothing Roots Balm
2 tbsp. of beeswax pastilles / grated beeswax1/4 cup of Shea nut oil10 drops of lavender oil15 to 20 drops of peppermint oil1 tbsp. of grapeseed oil2- 3 drops of eucalyptus oil
Put the Shea nut oil, beeswax pastilles and grapeseed oil in a double boiler and melt over medium heat. Once they combine well, remove from heat and add the essential oils. Mix well, and store into a small container. Cover with a lid, and let the balm cool and solidify before use.
2. Magnesium Oil Headache Balm
1 tbsp. of magnesium oil4 tbsp. of extra virgin olive oil10 drops of citrus essential oil (orange, lemon, or grapefruit)5 ounce beeswax2 tbsp. of olive oil (or castor oil)10 drops of lavender essential oil20 drops of peppermint essential oil
This balm is not only helpful in relieving headaches, but thanks to the included magnesium it can also relieve migraines. Put the olive oil and beeswax in a double broiler and melt over lower heat. Remove from heat and add the castor oil, magnesium, and essential oils. Use a fork to whip the mixture, and then store it in a small glass jar with a lid. Keep the jar in the fridge for half an hour until the mixture sets.
3. Headache Balm with Essential Oils
20 drops of peppermint essential oil1/4 cup of coconut oil10 drops of Frankincense essential oil12 drops of lavender essential oil
Pour the coconut oil in a double broiler and melt it over medium heat. Set it aside and add the rest of the oil. Store in a container and let it cool for around 60 minutes before putting the lid on.
It’s good to keep some of these natural balms in your purse, pocket, nightstand, glove compartment, or any other easily accessible place, especially if you have constant headaches.
The moment you feel the first symptom of headache, just take some of your natural balm and gently massage the back of your neck, your temples, and the pressure point between the forefinger and the thumb, using your fingers. Relax for a minute by closing your eyes and taking deep breaths. You’ll be amazed how quickly your headache will disappear.
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