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Headache-Herbal Tea

Headache-Herbal Tea


If you’re tired of always popping Advils or any type of pain reliever, or worried about the side effects, you need to give these teas a try. With tea, you don’t have to worry about any addiction to medication, either. You just have to drink a yummy hot drink.

Tea is great for headaches in general because of the relaxing effect of drinking a hot beverage, but some are definitely better than others.  

KK's Headache Tea is a savory blend of organic herbs known for their healing properties towards headaches and migraines. 

******Check out the safety info under each herb. ********

Please use the Text Box provided to inform me of any herbs to leave out of your tea blend.



Ginger tea

Ginger is one of the most frequently used culinary spices that offers a range of health benefits. It contains powerful antioxidants that help to reduce inflammation, which can cause headaches

Safety: Ginger tea is generally safe, even for pregnant womenTrusted Source. Still, it’s best to talk to your doctor first if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding just to be safe. You should also talk to your doctor before consuming ginger tea if you have a gallbladder condition or take blood thinners.


Peppermint tea

some evidence that topically applying peppermint oil to the forehead can ease tension headaches. Medicinal peppermint oil is usually much stronger than peppermint tea. Studdies suggest peppermint tea may also have pain-relieving effects.

Safety: Peppermint tea is generally safe for most people and isn’t associated with any side effects.


Willow bark tea

Willow bark has been used for thousands of years to treat pain and inflammation. Willow bark — which is bark from a variety of willow trees — contains an active ingredient called salicin. Salicin is chemically similar to aspirin. 

Safety: Willow bark is so similar to aspirin that you shouldn’t consume it if you can’t take aspirin. Children, breastfeeding or pregnant women, and people taking blood thinners should also avoid willow bark.


Clove tea

Clove is a valuable spice, native to Indonesia and grown around the world. It’s been used for centuries to treat various types of pain, including headaches. This is likely due to its antinociceptive properties  Antinociceptives help to block or reduce the perception of pain.

Safety: Cloves contain chemicals that may slow your ability to heal, so talk to your doctor if you take blood thinners or have recently had surgery before consuming clove tea.


Feverfew tea

Feverfew is an herb with a long history of medicinal use. Many studies have evaluated the use of feverfew in migraine treatment. In addition to treating general headache pain, feverfew may even help to prevent migraines.

Safety: Feverfew tea can sometimes cause mouth irritation. Try using more water and fewer leaves if this happens. Don’t drink feverfew tea while pregnant because it may induce labor.


Chamomile tea

Chamomile tea is commonly used to treat insomnia and anxiety.  it’s relaxing effects may help with tension headaches.

Safety: Consuming chamomile can cause an allergic reaction if you’re also allergic to ragweed, chrysanthemums, marigolds, or daisies. You should talk to your doctor before drinking chamomile tea if you take blood thinners or antirejection medication for an organ transplant.


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