Publication date: 2018-09-20 20:15
This tea is sometimes used in modern alternative medicine for the treatment of headaches and migraines. There currently isn’t enough research on the effect of linden tea on migraines to recommend it as an effective natural remedy.
In recent studies that have been conducted a strong case has been built on its anti-inflammatory and vasodilatory actions.
Spring allergies or seasonal allergies are often referred to as hay fever and trigger symptoms irritating your sinuses, skin and eyes. Worldwide, seasonal allergies affect between 65 percent and 85 percent of the population. 9 While most turn to antihistamines, nasal sprays, decongestants or allergy shots to address symptoms, these drugs offer only short-term relief as they suppress symptoms and sometimes have significant side effects.
Mechanisms of action for butterbur in allergic rhinitis relate to a role in leukotriene activity rather than an antihistaminic effect. 8 , 68 , 75
Known for its sweet smell, lavender oil (made from the flowers of the lavender plant) is highly fragrant and has long been used to perfume hygiene products. Lavender is indigenous to the mountainous regions surrounding the Mediterranean. It’s now widely grown throughout Europe, Australia, and North America.
Yes, that's right – the pepper. Many peppers have an ingredient called capsaicin, which among other things seems to raise the pain threshold. It's gained attention in the medical world in recent years especially for its treatment of cluster headaches, and it's often given in the form of a nasal spray.
Consider the use of butterbur-containing preparations in congestive heart failure a relative contraindication because of negative chronotropic effects demonstrated in animal experiments.
Butterbur, or Petasites hybridus , is a type of marsh plant that’s long been used for medicinal purposes. It grows throughout Europe and in certain parts of Asia and North America. It gets its name from its large leaves that were used to wrap butter to keep it fresh in warm weather.
Among honeysuckle’s anti-cancer and antimicrobial powers, research has also identified anti-inflammatory properties in the plant’s leaves, stems, and flowers that can provide pain relief similar to that of aspirin. They may also be effective against migraine pain.
Commonly found in cow’s milk, meat, seafood, fruits and vegetables, it is thought to work by contributing sulfonyl and work by blocking the receptivity of histamine in tissues of your nasal passages, thus reducing symptoms. As a supplement, most tolerate up to 9 grams daily with few known and mild side effects. 77