Foods that Help Headache and Migraine Relief

Can food provide headache and migraine relief? Plant-based diets are put to the test for treating migraine headaches.

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I’ve previously covered ginger ( and topical lavender ( for migraines. Saffron ( may help relieve PMS symptoms, including headaches. A more exotic way a plant-based can prevent headaches is by helping to keep tapeworms out of your brain (

Though hot peppers can indeed trigger headaches, they can also be used to treat them. Check out my wild video relieving cluster headaches with hot sauce (

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