Ginger Reduces Migraines by Increasing Estrogen

Ginger Reduces Migraines by Increasing Estrogen
By Fabian Goguta

Researcher and Academic Writer, Montreal, Canada
Photo credit: Unsplash

Migraines are a common problem for both females and males of all ages. While during childhood and old age, a similar percentage of females and males are affected by migraines, during reproductive years women are two...

10 Secrets to Surviving the Migraine Season

The Christmas festive season is the time of year where most migraines occur, according to the statistics.

Why? Because it's when we're most likely to overindulge, of course - maybe a little too much alcohol, rich food, sugary treats, and late nights.

Not to mention the additional stresses from extra commitments and pressures, with the exercise program getting neglected at...

Gall Bladder, Meridian Lines and Migraines

Gall Bladder, Meridian Lines and Migraines

I received a message from one of our customers yesterday informing me about the results she has obtained by changing her application protocol for Migraine Escape.

By applying Migraine Escape to her gall bladder area before bed and again in the morning after a shower, plus a continuous application along her gall bladder meridian line (across her forehead, down her...

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