Headaches, including migraines, are quite common. Certain foods that affect the frequency and severity of headaches pain, includes dairy, peanut butter, chocolate, certain fruits, like avocado, onions, banana, and citrus, meats with nitrates (bacon and hot dogs), foods containing tyramine, foods containing monosodium glutamate (MSG), an amino acid found in red wine; and foods that are fermented/pickled. You will find endless headache balms on the market, but they are not organic. Also, these balms also contain powerful ingredient camphor that can even cause rashes on the sensitive skin. So, let’s check out the headache relief balm recipes.
1. Peppermint Balm
Peppermint Balm contains peppermint oil that includes menthol which offers fresh aroma and cooling effect on the forehead. Thus, it reduces your stress, tension, and ultimately a headache.
You Will Need:
a) ¼ cup Extra-virgin coconut oil, melted
b) 10 drops Frankincense essential oil
c) 20 drops Peppermint essential oil
d) 12 drops of Eucalyptus essential oil
a) Put extra-virgin coconut oil into a bowl.
b) Now add peppermint, frankincense, and eucalyptus oil it.
c) Whisk it well to form a uniform mixture.
d) Now Transfer the blended oil in the airtight jar and allow it to cool down before tightening the lid.
e) Allow it to sit for several hours.
Note: You can store this DIY headache balm in a dark, cool, and dry place for up to 6 months.