Herbs for Summer Headaches {part 1}


Following the previous post on herbal remedies for summer headaches, we will look into the most effective herbs for such condition.

Many herbs are useful cures for summer headaches and a combines selection will help you beat all of the symptoms associated with this type of ailment

Rosemary – Rosemary is a stimulant that increases blood flow to the head, so  it’s excellent as a cure for headaches. It also helps to clear the mind, so it can be useful if you are having headaches because you concentrate too hard. Place a sprig of rosemary in a cup of water and boil it before drinking

A rosemary decoction will cure a tension or stress headache

Lavender – Lavender vivifies your nervous system while also helping you relax. To ease a headache, the flowers can be made into a tea by adding a teaspoon to a cup off boiling water and steeping the liquid for 5 minutes before drink in. You can also add blossoms to your bath water

Lavender can soothe a nervous headache

Linden – Linden blossoms are very effective for all types of headaches, as they act on the nervous system. Linden has a calming, soothing effect. You can use the blossoms or leaves of linden to make an infusion to treat headaches, by soaking a handful in a litre of water for a few minutes. Strain this, and keep a jug of it nearby so you can drink it throughout the day

Green Tea – This ancient Chinese herb is widely known as a health tea and is used during detoxes and as a boost to the immune system. It lowers high blood pressure, and eases headaches that are caused through both infections and stress.

Have you tried any of the mentioned  herbal remedies?

Related Posts:

Herbal Remedies for summer headaches

Herbs for summer headaches {part 2}

Thank you for reading, let me know what you think in the comments below πŸ™‚

  1. Herbal Remedies for Summer Headaches | Daisycandle

    1st May 2015 at 7:14 am

    […] Herbs for Summer Headaches {part 1} […]

  2. Layla Moss (@layladbeauty)

    4th May 2015 at 3:20 pm

    This is actually a really wonderful post, you write different things that you don’t see anywhere else and I actually love that – it’s so refreshing to see and very useful too! πŸ™‚

    Hope you’re well hun!!

    Layla xx


    1. daisycandle

      4th May 2015 at 9:18 pm

      Thanks dear πŸ™‚ glad you enjoy my posts, I love sharing what I know / learn and at the moment I am really into natural remedies and healthy living πŸ™‚ xxx

  3. Herbs for Summer Headaches {part 2} | Daisycandle

    8th May 2015 at 7:03 am

    […] the previous related posts herbal remedies for summer headaches and herbs for summer headaches part 1, this post will continue and finalise this topic, discussing some last herbal remedies and a lovely […]

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