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Food for migraine

Ginger has been used for centuries for treating headaches, nausea and nervous disorders. Ginger can be used for migraine too. Ginger affects prostaglandins, the hormonelike substances that help control inflammatory responses involving histamine and pain. Ginger works like aspirin in blocking prostaglandin production and this lead to reduction in inflammation and pain.

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Anonymous said...

Hello from Montreal, Canada. My name is Wren.
What a helpful, educational blog you have. Thanks for sharing and keep up the amazing work.

Anonymous said...

I don't have migraines, but I agree with everything you said about Ginger. I have gotten to where I take a 500mg capsule of Ginger with every meal. Along with Stinging Nettles, it actually seems to help my allergies and hayfever! Not only that, but I will take a Ginger tea over Pepto Bismol any day for an upset stomach!

Peter Chen said...

Hi Tim,

Thanks for sharing your experience.

Anonymous said...

Anything for sinus headaches?



Peter said...

Hi Steeljaw,

My sympathies if you are having a sinus headache, but I am not a know-all, and I don't have anything specific for sinus headache. Don't know if this will help Food for migraines or this: Natural remedies for avian flu


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