I think I’ve found a migraine remedy that works. Please spread the word

Hi, my name is Sarah and I’m trying to tell as many people as I can about a real cure I’ve found, I am 40 years old and had dibilitating migraines/headaches since I was 16, nothing touched them and I went through the same misery, no sleep and constant pain, I felt like my life was over, then one day I met a fellow migraine sufferers who said I know a cure, This is what he told me:

Take 3 aspirin (3x300mg)
2 ibuprofen (2x200mg)
Drink a strong coffee
Then hold an ice cube in your mouth against the roof of your mouth
Run your wrists under ice cold water for 5 minutes
Drink a pint of ice cold water.

I was initially scared to try it but thought well it can’t be worse than years of pain and misery.

I did it all and within 20 mins my migraine was gone. Now if I get a migraine I just do the above steps and migraines are no longer a problem for me. It has seriously changed my life from misery to relief.
The only thing I would say is be careful with aspirin if you are on blood thinners or have stomach problems and be careful with ibuprofen if you are asthmatic. I am personally asthmatic and get a little chesty on Ibuprofen but take my inhaler and it far outweighs days in bed crying.

I’ve told this remedy to everyone I meet who has headaches or migraines and everyone who’s tried it says it’s amazing and works. Of course I can’t promise it’s right for you, but figure I want to help as many people as I can as I’d tried everything before this, food triggers, maxalt, migraine tablets, dark rooms, etc and nothing else ever helped.

I do recommend though to still get checked out and find the cause of the headaches and check you are ok with aspirin and ibuprofen.

I wish you the best of luck and hope it helps. If it does please spread the word so we can help everyone banish these debilitating migraines for good.

Sarah x

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