Medical Disclaimer:- The recommendations below are the opinion of the Author Anthony William in the book “Medical Medium”.

Based on my own clinical experience I am of a similar opinion as the Author in most things but not all. In some cases I simply have not tested his recommendations and therefore cannot comment personally on their effectiveness.

The items are listed in order of their relative priority.

While this may be valuable for general applications my suggestion in applying this information is to be tested to see which items will work best for you as all cases are unique. This information is supplied for educational purposes and is your right and responsibility to apply it as you see fit.

Chrysanthemum tea: calms allergy-based reactions, reducing histamine
Feverfew: helps keep blood vessel expansion balanced during crises such as migraine attacks.
Butterbur: fortifies the basophils (a type of white blood cell) during migraine attacks.
Magnesium: reduces the tension in and around the trigeminal nerves
Ester-C: this form of vitamin C helps remove histamines from the bloodstream to provide more oxygen to needed areas. It also strengthens the immune system.
Ginko biloba: calms allergy-based reactions, reducing histamines
White willow bark: lowers inflammation and reduces pain
Kava-kava: soothes tense nerves
Lemon balm: reduces inflammation and soothes the central nervous system. Also kills viruses that may be inflaming the nerves.
Rosemary leaf: helps protect the blood vessels
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2): aids nerve function
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10): reduces inflammation and boosts the nerves’ ability to send messages.
Cayenne pepper: alleviates pain and helps maintain your histamine balance
Skullcap: soothes tense nerves
Valerian root: relaxes the vagus nerve and reduces hypertension associated with migraine pain.

To see Dr Bill’s comments on this topic see the video below.

To your health,

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