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If you’ve ever had a migraine headache, you know how difficult it can be. Luckily, there are several ways to use ginger for migraines that can help ease symptoms.

If you’ve ever had a migraine headache, you know how difficult it can be. Luckily, there are several ways to use ginger for migraines that can help ease symptoms.

1. Take a ginger supplement for migraines

Most of the promising research on the beneficial effects of ginger for migraine used supplements that contain ginger extract or dried ginger powder. Therefore, ginger supplements are the most likely form of ginger to alleviate symptoms of headaches and migraines. Besides ginger, Red Ganoderma spores also have the ability to effectively treat migraines.

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Take a ginger supplement for migraines – image collected

2. Apply ginger essential oil to your temples to reduce migraines

Massaging ginger oil into the skin decreases pain in people with arthritis and back pain, and may also help to reduce pain from headaches.

For a migraine attack or tension headache, try massaging a few drops of the diluted ginger oil into your temples, forehead, and back of the neck once or twice daily.

The aroma from the oil may also reduce nausea that commonly occurs with migraine. Try placing a drop of ginger oil on a tissue, gauze pad, or cotton ball and inhaling. You might also try adding one to two drops of oil into a warm bath or steam diffuser.

3. Add ginger to a meal for migraines

Adding ginger to a meal is another way you may benefit from the anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects of ginger. You can add fresh ginger or dried ginger powder to flavor food dishes, but keep in mind that their flavors are slightly different.

Interestingly, the chemical makeup of fresh and dried ginger is also slightly different, but both contain the compounds that reduce inflammation and nausea.

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Add fresh ginger or dried ginger powder to flavor food dishes – Kentary image

4. Ginger Tea for migraines

Ginger tea is a common natural remedy for nausea—a symptom of migraine headaches. The ginger helps to soothe irritated stomach muscles that can cause cramps and upset stomach. The tea also boasts anti-inflammatory properties that help decrease inflammation in blood vessels that can cause stomach and headache pains.

Ginger root tea is renowned for health benefits including relief for stomach upset. This tea can help migraine sufferers by treating the symptoms that come along with a pounding headache.

Ready-to-brew tea bags are available in food stores and online. You can also prepare it at home:

Here is how to make ginger tea at home that you can refer to:

– Add sliced or chopped ginger to 4 cups of boiling water. Or you can use ginger powder or honey ginger syrup.

– Steep for 5 to 10 minutes. Steeping longer will give it a stronger flavor.

– Remove from heat and flavor with lemon juice, honey, or sugar. It can be consumed either hot or cold.

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Ginger Tea for migraines – Kentary image

Sources: Healthline, wellandgood, cupandleaf

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