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Ginger may not seem like the best afternoon snack, but if you are susceptible to migraines, or are currently experiencing one, this versatile remedy is ideal. Ginger and its active ingredient, gingerol, boast anti-inflammatory properties that can reduce the tension in cerebral blood vessels, and also reduce the other uncomfortable symptoms of migraines, such as nausea and fatigue. Conclusive research has shown that ginger can have powerful effects not only on active migraines, but also in the prevention and reduction of frequency, if taken regularly. Protection Status
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