The Fall is a beautiful time in Ohio, but back to school germs and changing weather can bring with it some really uncomfortable headaches. Homeopathy is a wonderful tool at getting to the bottom of those headaches once and for all. So what makes Homeopathy different than Allopathic medications? Let's review....
Homeopathy can work just as fast as Ibuprofen or Tylenol but it always works deeper. This means the more that you use Homeopathy for a certain ailment the less likely that ailment will come back, and if it does it is rarely as strong. Homeopathy heals the root of issues, so using it is always helpful.
You can use Homeopathy along side of Allopathic meds. Just make sure to take them 30 minutes apart.
Homeopathy doesn't have any side effects or contraindications. We don't take them the same time that we take Allopathic meds because sometimes the suppressive nature of Allopathy can suppress the frequency of the Homeopathic remedy.
So here are my top 3 favorite Homeopathic remedies for headaches....
Bryonia: This remedy is best indicated for headaches that are better at rest. Bryonia headaches are also dry, which means the head and sinuses might feel very dry. This remedy is great for migraines worse motion. This headache often feels like you are being hit with a hammer from within. Severe sharp pains.
Belladonna: This remedy is best for congestive headaches that are often accompanied by a red face. Headaches that are throbbing, with most of the pain in the forehead. These headaches are better letting hair down out of a pony tail.
Kali Bic: I picked this remedy because it is a great remedy for issue with the sinuses, headaches over the eyebrows. Sinus headache with stopped-up sensation in nose. These headaches are better pressure, motion.
*Remember, there is nothing black and white about Homeopathy so it is always best to choose the best remedy for symptoms under the care of a Certified Homeopath, and remember that not all potencies are the same.
*Disclaimer: This post and the information in it is in no way intended to diagnose or treat an illness. As always, contact your Licensed Medical provider for the appropriate care.