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Migraines: Natural Remedies

Migraine headache.  Natural remedies.  Solutions for Sensitives.  How to heal.Hi there! 
I wanted to share with you a small blog that hopefully will help you if you suffer from migraines.
As you can imagine, I am not a fan of intoxicating our body with drugs and prescriptions.  I like to heal naturally when ever possible.

Today, I had to stay home from work due to an unbearable migraine.
It started Saturday, and I made that easy mistake many of us do
(...I AVOIDED the pain and pushed my limits).
Been a Reiki Master, I naturally rely on Reiki to heal all I need.  I def feel the difference and improvement after self-healing.  However, I forgot to SLOW down and rest. 

I don't suffer from insanely painful migraines that often.  The last time I was nauscious, in pain, and highly sensitive to sounds/light due to a migraine was about 3 years ago.  But I felt motivated to share this blog as a reminder to myself and advice to those who may be interested.

    *Avoid products like chinese food, cheese, sodas, food coloring
    (I am not  nutritiounist, so I am not aware of the reasons why those foods cause migraines on some people).  But from experience and conversations w/ others, they do.
    2. DO CONSUME: fresh water, vegetables, fruits, natural juices.
  • Do NOT push your limits.  It is better to REST at the first signs of a migraine.  If you avoid this, your body will crash and make matters worse.
  • REST in a quiet environment, make the room darker if possible.
  • GINGER -is an amazing natural resource.  It has so many nutrients that it helps a variety of symptoms.  Drink an infusion of ginger.  It will vastly reduce your sensitivity and discomfort.
  • LAPIS LAZULI & AMETHYST -both stones have a healing vibration that helps release pain associated with headaches and tension pressure.
    (I wore my lapis lazuli pendant and used an amethyst tumble stone to rest in the areas I felt pressure/pain).
    It is incredible how it alivated the discomfort, helping me recover faster.
  • last but not least REIKI & A.A RAPHAEL:  Not only did I continue self healing with Reiki in addition to other modalities (mentioned above).  But I also asked for divine intervention, remember you have free will -so you MUST ask in order to receive. 
    I simply ask Archangel Raphael (He who heals) to please help me release the pain, tension and discomfort. 

    ~*~ I hope this helps!  Angel/Reiki Hugs & smiles~Fabi ~*~

10 Comments to Migraines: Natural Remedies:

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Wendell Palmer on Friday, July 06, 2012 4:04 PM
Stress can definitely take a toll on our body and mind. When someone is experiencing a migraine, keep in mind that it is not just a simple “headache-gone-bad”. It’s a neurovascular disorder. Relieving stress is a fantastic way to help ease migraines. It’s also a good thing that there are a lot of alternative ways to help us stop migraines like acupuncture and chiropractic without taking prescriptions.
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Fabi on Thursday, September 06, 2012 7:03 PM
Hi Wendell, Thank you so much for stopping by, and sharing in depth a bit more about migraines. I was familiar with acupuncture as a holistic treatement for asthma. I was not aware that it also aliviates migraines. (But I see the logic behind it). Thank you also for the tip on chiropractic care. After your comment, I have recieved other comments with the same advice. (It is def great to learn other holistic healing methods). My blog was more of the non-expensive care. Home remedies that I use. Love, Light, and Smiles~Fabi

Darlene Fanning on Friday, August 17, 2012 2:39 PM
Have you experienced any severe migraine since then? If you have (but I hope not), you can always try chiropractic treatment. It worked for my sister years ago and I know it will work for you too. I have heard many good reports from people who actually had chiropractic treatment. You will not be disappointed. Darlene Fanning
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Fabi on Thursday, September 06, 2012 6:54 PM
Dear Darlene, Thank you for the comment. Thankfully, it has been quite a while since my last migraine. However, I am interested in looking into chiropractic care. smiles~Fabi

Allie Bargas on Friday, August 31, 2012 2:01 PM
It’s generous of you to share these tips. I’ll definitely take note of all these. Correct me if I’m wrong, but Reiki is the Japanese’s way of relaxing and reducing stress, right? I remember my former roommate mentioning it to me when I was in college, and she always practiced it whenever she was all stressed out. Anyway, the Reiki technique seems to help you a lot with your migraine. But I agree with Darlene here. Try chiropractic care. It’s guaranteed effective, fast and safe when it comes to treating migraine. Allie Bargas
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Fabi on Thursday, September 06, 2012 7:09 PM
Hello Allie, You are welcome, I am glad it is helpful to someone else. Yes, Reiki orginated in Japan, and was later introduced in America. It is not just for relaxation and reducing stress. It is a healing modality, used by many for minor pains, and aches. It can be used as an addition to medical treatment for Cancer and other diseases. As well as emotional healing, and retreiving past life experiences. Thank you for the tip on chiropractic care, i will def keep it in mind. Love, Light, and Smiles~Fabi

Kelly Nell on Tuesday, October 16, 2012 3:49 PM
Take time to rest. That’s the best thing you can do to avoid migraines. Fatigue and stress cause different kinds of body pain, and it can also weaken your immune system. Anyway, pamper yourself with a good massage or a long deep sleep to rejuvenate your body and regain your strength,
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Fabi on Saturday, November 03, 2012 2:29 PM
Hi Kelly, Thank you so much for your input. Pampering and preventing methods certainly sound better than the after math of a migraine. Have a great day. Love, Light, Smiles~Fabi
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Andy Halterman on Sunday, November 11, 2012 4:08 AM
Awesome post Fabi! You have said the true things about Pampering and preventing methods and I always like this sort of health related post. Thanks

Chiropractor Surrey on Friday, March 22, 2013 6:13 AM
I appreciate that you have shared your migraine pain experience here on this blog.Precautions are surely needed to be taken as I have also faced that pain.Keep blogging.
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