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Use feverfew for natural migraine relief

(NaturalNews) Close to a billion people around the world suffer from migraines at some point or other in their lives. This neurological condition is characterized by vomiting, severe headaches, nausea and photophobia of varying intensities (sensitivity to any form of light). The resulting pain can last anywhere between one and 72 hours. 75% of migraine sufferers are women. The herb feverfew has been shown to significantly help reduce the occurrence and intensity of these debilitating headaches.

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