How To Get Rid Of Your Headache Naturally – 6 Quick And Easy Remedies

How To Get Rid Of Your Headache Naturally

Headaches happen for many reasons – stress, neck or posture problems, change of weather, or slight dehydration. No matter what the cause, I prefer to grab a natural health remedy to combat the pain, rather than grabbing for the chemical solutions of aspirin and company.

Here are few quick home remedies to get rid of headaches:

Anti-Headache Water:

Add the juice of a lemon to two cups of water, and two add the juice of a lemon to two cups of water, and two add the juice of a lemon to two cups of water, and two add the juice of a lemon to two cups of water, and two teaspoons or Himalayan Salt. Mix well, and drink as you would drink normally your water.

Medicinal clay mask
Create a thick paste with enough medicinal clay and water to cover your forehead only. Relax for 30 minutes, and rinse off thoroughly The cooling effect of medicinal clay works wonders on tension headaches!

Peppermint oil
Using pure peppermint essential oil can be also helpful for headaches. Simply massage a few drops (3 to 5 ) onto your temple for relief.

Cinnamon relief paste:
Mix one teaspoon of ground cinnamon with a teaspoon of water, and apply the paste upon your forehead. Leave on for 10 minutes, rinse off well.

Headache relief juice:

If you have a juicer, try this green juice to make your headache go away:
1 stick of celery
3 large kale leaves
1/4 lemon
1/2 pineapple
1 small piece (about a half inch) of ginger root
1/2 of an organic cucumber

On The Road Headache Fix:
If you do not have access to any of these household items, and you are on the road, pick up Gatorade, and drink two cups of it rather than grab for an aspirin. This will cure most headaches rather quickly. follow the instructions of your juicer and enjoy

What are your favorite natural remedies for headache relief?

I am required by law to add this disclaimer:
For educational and entertainment purposes only. The information given in the above post, is not meant to replace the advice of a health care professional. Always consult with a health-care professional before using any alternative medicine or healing methods. Always make sure you are not allergic to any of the ingredients before use.

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Wordless Wednesday: Black And White Flowers

This post is a part of the following blog hops:
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xmasdolly’s Wordless Wednesday

 

Stop Making Excuses

So dear fellow writers, creatives, and artists, I want to wake up this morning with a little kick in the behind.

Stop making excuses.

Say what?
You heard me right. Stop making excuses why you can not work on your creative projects, goals, and dreams. Stop that right now. Life is too short,  to waste another precious minute pondering upon the reasons why you can not follow through
The list of potential excuses are not going to get any shorter, just because you waited a month, a year, a decade to follow through. So stop, and do whatever it takes –  right now.

I am being hard on you here because I know how debilitating those excuses can be. I lived and breathed excuses. I would blame everyone and everything for why I do not have time, from lack of sleep to lack of resources, to not being good enough, or not having the right connections.

Guess what, if you do not do any of the steps needed to make your dream come true, you still will not have all of those things, and in addition to that, you will have a mediocre life at best. Do you really want that?
I did not think so.

So, say it with me, one more time.

Stop making excuses.

Start by asking questions. How about asking others for resources, or how they did it? How about getting your head away from that tv show and watch a youtube video on how others in your field made it? You will find, that many creatives do not mind sharing their “secrets”, which are no secrets through many platforms. Learn and then do.

I am rooting for you.

 

Blessings!

Claudia

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Responsibilities – A Haiku

obligatory
smiles make my face hurt, soul break
swaying with the wind

Copyright Claudia H. Blanton 2015

The above poster ” Autumn Tree”  is by Purple And Sparkle and available on Zazzle here.

Trip Of A Lifetime – A Five Sentence Flash

Trip Of A Lifetime - A Five Sentence Flash

“I don’t think I have ever been so sick in my life!”
“But it was worth it, wasn’t it?”
“Tons bugs, hugs spiders, and snakes, and that was just around the hotel room, so what do you think?”
“I would have love to have gone in your place, this trip of a lifetime.”
“Well, I am just glad, I survived the flight.”

Copyright Claudia H. Blanton 2014

The Sounds of Nature

The Sounds Of Nature - A Haiku

the soft, gentle melody
as ocean breeze moves my hear
natures sound comforts

Copyright Claudia H. Blanton 2014

This post was inspired by the Daily Prompt ” Cue the Violins”

Where The Wild Things Grow

A Poem - Where The Wild Things Grow

Find me, where the wild things grow
beneath the darkness
shattered only by the light of the moon.
Alive I feel here,
in the midst of the cycles of life,
growing as they grow, letting go as they let go
Meet me, where the Gods reside
in the midst of creation far removed from the
walls of concrete and steel,trading warmth
for the lifelessness of human fabrications.
© Claudia Blanton 2013This post is a part of the Daily Prompt. It asked today, what element of another city we visited, would we clone. I would clone the vast amount of public parks that where a part of the area, I grew up in (Southern Germany). The above poem  describes my connection to that large amount of nature, we roamed in freely as children.

Here is a list of other fellow Daily Prompt participants, enjoy!

http://meaningunfolding.wordpress.com/2014/06/12/city-planners-notre-dame/

http://agirllikemee.wordpress.com/2014/06/12/i-wanna-steal/

http://lovehappynotes.com/2014/05/21/the-simple-life-a-treasure-to-remember/

http://monicleblog.wordpress.com/2014/06/12/missing-ethnic-food/