Although it may be painful to consider heading out into the sunlight when you’re struggling to stop a migraine, getting close to nature can help—if you have an herb garden nearby. Ginger, peppermint, and cayenne are known natural pain relievers that can end both the headache and nausea that often comes with the migraine.
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As Food Matters writes, ingesting these herbs offers the fastest relief. Create an at-home herbal tea by mixing cayenne pepper, fresh ginger, and peppermint leave together and steeping them in hot water for 15 minutes.
If you aren’t a fan of hot tea, you can also create a migraine-soothing lemonade mixthat combines lavender and lemons into one healing remedy.