The First Coffee Designed To Assist with headaches and hangovers!

 

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We at Elder-Berry Foods have put together a coffee that is designed to assist with headaches and hangovers. It's designed for people that have migraines, general headaches, general pains, and hangovers. We have added ingredients that are natural anti-inflammatories to a tasty cup of coffee.

What's The Scoop

Headaches and Hangovers coffee and tea have 4 active ingredients designed to assist in headaches, migraines and hangovers. So here’s the science:


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Caffeine has vasoconstrictive properties, meaning that blood vessels narrow to restrict blood flow, thereby alleviating the pain. When used in combination with other pain relievers, caffeine can increase their efficacy. Caffeine is often used in medical settings to help alleviate migraine headaches. There are many research studies looking at the relationship between caffeine and headaches. Click on this link to read one.


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Cinnamon supplementation reduces inflammation as well as frequency, severity and duration of headaches in patients with migraines. Cinnamon could be regarded as a safe supplement to relieve pain and muscle tension. Click on this link to read about a scientific study on the effects of cinnamon and migraines.


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Magnesium Citrate is found to be a potentially well-tolerated, safe and inexpensive option for migraine prevention, while it may also be effective as an acute treatment option for headaches including migraines, muscle tension and general aches and pains. Here’s an interesting scientific study regarding magnesium and headaches.


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Salix Alba is similar in chemical composition to aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid). In combination with the bark's powerful anti-inflammatory compounds (called flavonoids), salicin is thought to be responsible for the pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory effects of the bark. Want to read research regarding salix alba? Click on this link.