Peppermint Tea

Rich in menthol, peppermint has pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties. It can help relax tense muscles and reduce nausea associated with migraines.

Chamomile Tea

Long used as a natural sedative, chamomile contains antioxidants and flavonoids that may help loosen tight muscles and relax the entire body. Its slightly bitter yet apple-like flavor is very soothing.

Lavender Tea

With a floral aroma, lavender tea promotes relaxation and restful sleep which is beneficial for migraine prevention. Lavender essential oil is also commonly used topically on the temples and neck during an attack.

Ginger Tea

Ginger root contains compounds called gingerols that provide potent anti-nausea effects. Ginger tea can help reduce vomiting related to migraines.

Hibiscus Tea

Rich in antioxidants, hibiscus flowers may improve blood circulation and lower blood pressure, which some experts believe alleviates migraine symptoms. Its tangy taste is very refreshing.

Butterbur Tea

Butterbur is a herb known for its ability to reduce the frequency and severity of migraines. Studies have shown that it can be as effective as certain prescription medications in preventing migraines.

Feverfew Tea

Feverfew is a traditional herb used for migraines. It contains compounds that inhibit the release of inflammatory substances in the body, helping to reduce the intensity and frequency of migraines.

Lemon Balm Tea

Lemon balm has calming properties that can help relieve stress and tension, which are common triggers for migraines. It also has a mild analgesic effect, providing relief from headache pain.

Nettle Tea

Nettle tea is rich in minerals and vitamins that support overall health. It has anti-inflammatory properties that may help reduce migraine-related inflammation and relieve associated symptoms.