How to Stop Migraines Immediately

· December 28, 2016
These remedies are very effective in preventing migraines as well as alleviating the symptoms that people suffer from. 

Migraines are a very common affliction and are different from a common headache because they are very intense and constant.

In the first phase of a migraine some people experience an aura, which includes changes in vision and throbbing on one side of the head.

These can occur at any age and with any sex, but the risk increases for women over 45 years of age.

The principal cause has been defined as an unusual cerebral response to stimuli such as lack of caffeine, cigarette smoke and various stimulants.

In certain cases migraines can be accompanied by nausea, vomiting and an inability to carry out every day activities.

Up until now drug treatments have included analgesics and anti-inflammatories.  Nonetheless, some are not completely effective and others have negative side effects.

Luckily, there also exist natural solutions whose properties mitigate symptoms to stop migraines and accelerate recuperation.

In the following article we want to reveal the most effect natural solutions so that you can try them at home.

Camomile tea to alleviate migraines


Camomile is a plant with relaxing and anti-inflammatory properties that can diminish the throbbing pain caused by migraines.


  • 1  T. of camomile flowers (10 g)
  • cup of water (250 ml)

How to prepare

  • Boil the cup of water and add the camomile flowers
  • Take it off the heat and let it stand for 10 minutes
  • Pour it through a colander and drink it up to three times a day

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Apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is a great way to stop migraines when they are caused by stress or muscular tension.

It contains antioxidants and essential minerals that activate the circulatory system and act as an effective relaxant.


  • 1  T. of apple cider vinegar (10 ml.)
  • 1  glass of water (200 ml.)

How to prepare

  • Dilute a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water and drink it at the first sign of a migraine.
  • Don’t drink more than 2 glasses a day

Pink Himalayan salt


Pink Himalayan salt contains 84 essential minerals and has is nicknamed  “white gold.” It balances the levels of electrolytes and revitalizes the body when tired.

In combination with a little bit of lemon juice it is an age-old remedy to stop migraines in a short time.

Even though there is no scientific evidence to prove it, those who have tried it swear by the notion that it alleviates pain in the first 10 minutes.


  • 1  cup of water (200 ml.)
  • juice of  1/2 lemon
  • 1 tsp. of pink Himalayan salt  (5 g.)

How to prepare

  • Add the pink salt to a glass of water and add the juice of a half lemon
  • Drink a few sips at the first sign of pain
  • For prevention, you can drink this when fasting three times a week
  • Drink this only once a day since an excess of salt can be harmful

Ginger tea

The ginger root contains an active ingredient called gingerol, which other than having a distinctive flavor, acts as an anti-inflammatory and a natural analgesic.

These substances support the alleviation of common headaches, migraines and other types of pain derived from inflammation.


  • 2 T. grated ginger root (20 g.)
  • 1 cup of water (250 g.)
  •  juice of 1/2 lemon
  •  1 T. of honey (25 g.) (optional)

How to prepare

  • Add the ginger root to a cup of boiling water and let it stand
  • Before stirring it, add the juice of the half lemon and the honey to sweeten it
  • Sip this, preferably before the pain reaches high intensity

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 Marigold tea


Marigold is a prodigious anti-inflammatory plant that has been used since antiquity to alleviate various types of ailments and illnesses.

It has a tranquilizing effect that controls pain and fatigue caused by migraines.


  • 3 T. of dried marigold petals (30 g.)
  • 1 cup of water  (250 g.)

How to prepare

  • Place the marigold in a pan with water and let it boil for three minutes
  • After this, turn down the heat and allow it to sit for a few minutes
  • Filter the liquid and drink this up to 2 times a day
  • This is not recommended for people who are allergic to daisies, chrysanthemums, or any plant in the asteracae family or related to it.
  • This should also not be ingested if taking any other medications.

Choose one of these remedies and take it as indicated.  Do not take several at the same time because it could cause an undesired reaction.

If pain persists or increases, consult a doctor immediately.