Even the most common herbs in your spice rack may have health benefits that surprise you, such as rosmarinic acid, which is a potent anti-inflammatory compound found in rosemary. This anti-inflammatory ability can reduce the tension and pressure in the capillaries and blood vessels in your head and neck, and even relieve the pressure in your sinus cavities, which can increase headache frequency. Mixing sage leaves with rosemary and then steeping them in a loose-leaf tea is a wonderful way to quickly relieve the pain and debilitating discomfort of a headache.
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