Headache-ease tea

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$8.50 each

This delicious, soothing tea contains herbs known to relieve the symptoms of tension headaches and migraines. It also contains herbs known to promote relaxation and alleviate stress.

You can add lemon and honey for taste if you wish.

Enjoy your tea hot, warm or cold, and drink it freely throughout the day.

A pregnancy-friendly and breast-feeding friendly blend of the Headache-ease tea is available.

The tea contains:

Basil (Ocimum basilicum)– a restorative, gently sedative herb which combats migraine

Chamomile (Matricaria recutita)– a calming herb, gently sedative, that soothes mental tension and migraine

Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium)– Clinical trials show that this herb is an effective treatment for migraines, including migraines associated with menstruation and general headaches. Feverfew helps with intractable headaches, bringing blood to the brain.

"The benefits of Feverfew herb was studied during clinical trials, where at least 70 per cent of the patients suffering from intractable migraines spoke of improvements when they took doses of the Feverfew herb, at the same time 33 per cent of them reported the cessation of further attacks following the treatment."

Ginger (Zingiber officinale)– a warming herb which stimulates the mind and eases the pain and nausea associated with migraine

Linden (Tilia spp)– a wonderfully relaxing herb useful for the treatment of headaches

(Valeriana officinalis)– a calming, sedative herb helpful for migraines

White Willow (Salix alba)- alleviates tension associated with stress – headaches & migraines. (Note: this herb is not suitable during pregnancy, breastfeeding and for children under the age of 12. Please advise in Comments at check out if the person to drink the tea is in any of these groups, and I will adjust the ingredients accordingly.)


  1. bad for Panadol sales
    By on June 27, 2019

    It was amazing when I had this tea and I finally had relief from my daily headaches, I was so happy to have something that actually worked other than chomping down Panadol all the time.

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