a headache can originate in any of the 12 body organs
A headache is more
a symptom than a disease, so do not suppress it. Instead, attempt to identify
the cause. The main reason is usually insufficient elimination; when the liver
is overworked, for instance, and cannot properly detoxify the system, a
headache is one of the likely consequences. Headaches can also be symptomatic
of nephritis, acitis, gastritis, hepatitis, iritis, meningitis or a tumour. The
best prevention always is to care for yourself with love, rather than abuse
your body as if it were a machine that requires no preventative maintenance or
careful handling. When you have a headache, talk to your head. Ask it what it
is attempting to tell you. Try to understand the signs, and listen carefully
with your mind and your intuition.
If you require
instant relief, use white willow bark tea instead of a headache pill. It
contains salicylic acid, one of the ingredients in paracetamol, but here it is
not synthetic or extracted.
If the headache is
not a migraine, the following drink will help.
Mix equal amounts
of the following juices to make 500ml:
Add a pinch of salt
and cumin powder and the juice of ½ lemon. Sip slowly,