Headache & Fever Support
Simple Products with the Sunnah in Mind.
black cohosh - may help to calm the nervous system and reduce anxiety. may work to balance hormones and relieve symptoms of headaches.
catnip - Not just for cats! The flowering top of this member of the mint family is excellent for migraine relief. It has anti-inflammatory characteristics that help reduce stress and anxiety, often the cause of migraine headaches.
chamomile - calming and relaxing, relieves tension.
feverfew - may work as an anti-inflammatory by inhibiting smooth muscle contraction.
lemon balm - anti inflammatory and helps to reduce anxiety and symptoms of headaches.
marjoram - the anti-inflammatory and calming effects of marjoram work to reduce pain associated with muscle tightness, muscle spasms and tension headaches.
meadowsweet - contains chemicals that are similar to salicylic acid and are used to create acetylsalicylic acid, a synthetic chemical known as aspirin. These chemicals give the plant additional properties including pain relief, fever reduction, and anti inflammatory.
lavender - relaxing effects extend to muscular system relieving pains and strains.
mint - the oil relieves the spasms that cause some types of headaches.
skullcap - may help tension headaches and migraine.
rosemary - anti inflammatory properties help reduce pain and swelling.
vervain - Inflammation is at the root of most diseases. Vervain can provide anti-inflammatory, as well as pain-relieving effects.
yarrow flowers - reduces the duration of fevers by inducing sweating.
turmeric - beneficial in reducing inflammation in arthritis, joint swelling and reduction in pain.
blue violet - anti inflammatory good for joint pain.
Do not use if pregnant.
Adults use 1-2 ml in a small cup of water every 15 minutes for the first hour until the pain subsides. After first hour if pain still exists resort to every 30 minutes.
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Lexa August 4, 2020
I dont really get bad headaches anymore thanks God but the moment i feel or sense I may be getting one i take this. One time I took 1ml and waited an hour and I didnt need more. Another time i did the same, had a nap and woke up still had slight headache and took more and again waited an hr and I was fine. I've had other days where i needed 2ml a few times each hr. It's a matter of finding whats right for you and how severe ur headache is.