Headache and migraine relief
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Because headaches and migraines have so many
possible causes, treating them can be a real challenge,
often requiring relief of multiple possible causes and
symptoms. Migraine Relief is a complex formula that
uses both homeopathic medicines and Chinese herbs
to address a large number of these possible causes. In
addition, many of the ingredients overlap in many ways,
so that many of the possible causes are addressed by
more than one ingredient. Migraines, especially, are
known for having multiple overwhelming symptoms, that
can be very difficult to treat. To meet these
challenges, Migraine Relief contains
both a homeopathic formula for relief of
headache pain, and a Chinese herbal
formula to support normal vascular and
nerve inflammation response.
Homeopathy is a 200-year-old medical
discipline that is thought to work by
challenging the body to provoke a
natural healing response, much as
a vaccine challenges the body to
provoke a natural immune response.
Migraine Relief contains several
potential headache triggers in a highly
diluted form, designed to help the body better respond
to headache triggers and other challenges to the brain
and vascular system, working both to treat and prevent
headache and migraine pain.
In addition,Migraine Relief also contains two separate
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) formulas for the
vascular and nervous system. These ingredients help to
normalize vascular inflammatory response, soothe the
nerves, and calm the mind and senses. These ingredients
work with and support the homeopathic ingredients
to soothe and help prevent many different kinds of
headaches, from the familiar tension headaches to the
most excruciating kinds of headaches, including cluster
headaches and migraines.
Depending on individual needs, Migraine Relief can
be used as an occasional remedy (taking it just when
a headache strikes), or as a preventative or reducing
measure for chronic, periodic, or episodic migraine or
“Every head has its
Headaches and migraines are among the most
unpleasant experiences we have, and unfortunately, they
can occur with devastating frequency. There are over 200
known causes and triggers of headaches and migraines,
but the throbbing pain is usually due to the swelling of
blood vessels in and around the brain, and tension in
the surrounding muscles and nerves. Hormones such as
serotonin (a neurotransmitter involved in sleep, mood,
and blood vessel dilation), estrogen, progesterone, and
testosterone may also be linked to the onset of a headache.
Headaches are often grouped into categories by
causes or symptoms. Tension headaches are triggered
by tightness and tension in the neck and surrounding
muscles. Cluster headaches are vascular headaches
defined by intense pain behind one eye. Migraines can
be further subdivided but are generally characterized
by sharp, pounding and debilitating pain that may affect
vision, hearing, and other senses. Other common types of
headaches are organic, hormone, trauma, allergy, sinus,
TMJ/dental, ocular, hormonal, analgesic or rebound
headaches, or headaches due to exertion.
Lifestyle changes can often help reduce the frequency
and severity of headaches and migraines. For example,
it can help to avoid common headache triggers such as
caffeine, smoking (nicotine and other toxins), and alcohol.
Certain foods may also trigger headaches for some
people, and likely culprits include artificial sweeteners,
food additives (such as nitrates), common diet allergens
like strawberries, peanuts, nightshades (e.g. potatoes,
tomatoes, and eggplant), and chocolate. Adequate sleep
and regular exercise will help to balance hormones and
reduce stress, both of which are also a common trigger.
“Migraine Relief is a deﬁnite winner. I have
been suffering with migraines for years.
I had almost given up hope. I had tried
everything on the market. Now thanks to
your Migraine Relief product, I have hope
again. Thank you RidgeCrest Herbals!”L.F., Michigan