It did for Ann recently.
She had a bad, bad hammer of a headache. It was so shattering she thought of stopping off at a walk-in clinic on the way to the gallery. The idea of juicing leapt to mind, and she thought, why not . . . and then I’ll go.
After juicing she went through all of the normal prep for work, brushing teeth, showering, dressing, gathering the items she’d take with her. It was when she sat down to look up the clinic information that she was awestruck by the fact she no longer had the migraine. She no longer had a head-ache at all. She hadn’t noticed it whisper away.
Everyone is different, so I throw this out there with that note of caution
— as I throw out everything I write. You must test for yourself what works and doesn’t work, what is true for you and what isn’t.
Though, just in case you’re curious enough to demand the details, here are the items she juiced up.
Ann’s inadvertent migraine-curing juice ingredients
- 1 bunch of kale
- 1 cucumber
- 4 stalks of celery
- ginger, thumb-size
- 3-4 granny smith apples