TMJ & Facial Muscle Headache
Ingredients : chamomile flower, red clover blossoms, catnip hops, orange peel, passionflower, St. John's wort, horsetail, black cohosh root, skullcap, lavender flowers
St. John's wort might cause serious interactions with some medications.
Medicinal value of these ingredients has not been confirmed by the FDA.
Always check the ingredients list in any herbal supplement with your personal medication and health needs, advised by your healthcare provider or pharmacist.
TMJ and facial headache are crippling to many who suffer from it. It comes on at stressful times, at the worst times and even at the best of times it's still painful.
Many find that our tisane helps with keeping the symptoms at bay and we can custom the tisane to your needs. We have one customer who cannot take black cohosh because of allergies. We can make a batch to your requirements and needs.
Chamomile flower: Has been used for centuries as a relaxant, and soothing medicinal tea for many medical issues
Red clover blossoms: Women for ages have used this plant to help with headaches, body aches and cramps. it's also found to help with stress tension headaches and pain.
Catnip: drunk as a tea, it has a calming effect on nervous and anxious systems. It helps relax and bring in sleep easier.
Hops: can be effective in reducing stress and anxiety. Hops contains flavonoids which have potent antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-bacterial properties.
Orange peel: One New York study shows how orange peel exhibits excellent anti-inflammatory properties. Further research tells us how orange peels can suppress inflammation in a way similar to indomethacin, an anti-inflammatory drug. Also, the flavonoids in orange peels are known to permeate membranes and heal inflammation.
Passionflower: is native to the Americas where it has been used for centuries to heal bruises and cuts. Modern day herbalists recommend it as a powerful nervine tonic to treat stress, anxiety and to help the mind prepare for a restful night’s sleep. Passion Flower is powerfully antioxidant due to the presence of the antioxidant compounds; vitexin, isovitexin, kaempferol, quercetin, rutin, apigenin and luteolin glycosides. It also contains indole alkaloids, fatty acids, gum, maltol, phytosterols, sugars and traces of volatile oils. One compound in particular – quercetin – has been extensively studied, it has been found to be exceptionally effective in ridding the body of damaging free radical molecules and it inhibits various enzymes that cause inflammation. These compounds also relax the nervous system, helping to relieve nerve related pain such as back pain.
St. John's wort: St. John's wort is most commonly used for "the blues" or depression and symptoms that sometimes go along with mood such as nervousness, tiredness, poor appetite, and trouble sleeping. There is some strong scientific evidence that it is effective for mild to moderate depression. It's use for muscle relaxants in many instances go back for centuries.
St. John's wort might cause serious interactions with some medications. Because of this, France has banned the use of St. John's wort in products. In other countries St. John's wort is only available with a prescription.
Please check with your doctor before taking for counteractions with currant medications or conditions!
Yes, we can make it without St. John's Wort at your request.
Horsetail: is known for its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antimicrobial, antioxidant, coagulant, demulcent, diuretic and astringent activity.
Black cohosh root:was first used for medicinal purposes by Native American Indians, who introduced it to European colonists. Black cohosh became a popular treatment for women’s health issues in Europe in the mid-1950s. To this day, it is known for it's properties in dealing with Pain, stress, and anxiety.
Skullcap: is used for trouble sleeping (insomnia), anxiety, stroke, and paralysis caused by stroke. It is also used for fever, high cholesterol, “hardening of the arteries” (atherosclerosis), rabies, epilepsy, nervous tension, allergies, skin infections, inflammation, and spasms.
Lavender flowers: One study found lavender to be an effective remedy for postoperative pain. It can function as a pain reliever because the oil contains linalyl acetate and linalool — anti-inflammatory components that are found in many essential oils. Lavender also contains polysaccharides. Another study published in the journal Phytotherapy Research stated that plants containing these molecules are “the most potent in curing inflammatory diseases."