Flower Remedies for Headache
Chamomile flower tea is a good natural remedy that can provide pain relief to many types of headache. Put 2 teaspoon of fresh chamomile flowers or 1 teaspoon of dried chamomile flowers into 1 cup of boiling hot water. Cover and let it steep to infuse for 10-15 mins. Filter out the chamomile flower tea and drink it either warm or cold. Sweeten with some honey if you need to..
Honey is effective for chronic headache. Put 1 teaspoon of honey into 1 glass of water. Stir thoroughly before drinking in the morning.
Lavendar tea is a very good treatment for chronic headaches. Put 4 teaspoon of fresh lavendar flowers or 2 teaspoon of dried lavender flowers into 1 cup of boiling hot water. Cover and let it steep to infuse for 10-15 mins. Filter out the lavendar flower tea and drink 1 small cupful morning and evening.
Mustard seeds can make very good home remedy for headache. Mix 1/2 teaspoon of mustard seeds powder with 3 teaspoons of water. Putting this mixture into the nostrils can help ease migraine and headache.
Primrose tea is used to treat headaches that are associated with general weakness or nervous conditions. Put 4 teaspoon of fresh flowers into 1 cup of boiling hot water. Cover and let it steep for 10-15 mins. Filter out the primrose tea and drink it.
Rose petal tea can also be taken for headaches. Put 2 heaped teaspoon of dried rose petals into 1 cup of boiling hot water. Cover and let it steep for 10-15 mins. Filter out the rose petal tea and drink it.
Rosemary tea is a gypsy cure for headaches. Put 4 teaspoon of fresh rosemary flowering tips or 2 teaspoon of dried rosemary flowers into 1 cup of boiling hot water. Cover and let it steep for 10-15 mins. Filter out the rosemary tea and drink it.
Violets have become more and more rare. Never use wild violets. Buy dried flowers or buy the seeds and grow them in your own garden. Put 3 teaspoon of fresh violet flowers together with the leaves or 1 teaspoon of dried violet flowers into a pot of water. Boil for about 15 mins. Remove from heat and let it cool down. Strain the liquid out and drink 1 cup per day. When drinking, drink 1 mouthful at a time. This violet remedy can also be applied as a cold compress directly to the temples. Just dip a clean white cotton into it. squeeze it and then apply to the temples.
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