Nobody likes a headache and even the minor ones have the potential to ruin your day with a dose of crankiness, irritability and depression. If you’re anything like me, you hate popping pills at the onset of a headache. You’d rather ride it out —or— find something natural to ease the pain. That’s one of …

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The most common headache treatment is a painkiller, but these pills come with a host of ugly side effects, like kidney and liver damage; plus they don’t deal with the root of the problem. The Top 4 Essential Oils for Headaches - Dr. Axe

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"The photo shown is a good application location for MANY protocols, especially when using essential oils for headache, anxiety and ADD/ADHD protocols. The suboccipital triangle is in close proximity to arterial blood flow to the brain and key neurological tissue." I've often tried to tell people in words where I used to apply oils for a migraine (I don't get them anymore) and it was hard to explain. This photo does a great job showing the location. by leannasuzanna

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The most common headache treatment is a painkiller, but these pills come with a host of ugly side effects, like kidney and liver damage; plus they don’t deal with the root of the problem. The Top 4 Essential Oils for Headaches - Dr. Axe

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I suffer frequently from several types of headaches — migraines, sinus, and tension. When I’m struggling with any of those, these are my favorite oils to have going in the diffuser. Add this essential oil blend to your diffuser (you can also mix it with a carrier oil in a roller bottle to use topically). Click on the image for more simple recipes for your diffuser.

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