What possible connection could there be between migraines and lemonade? Are we talking about the store bought brands or the type you can order in a coffee shop?
Let’s go back a bit. When a physician prescribes a drug to help, he has a reason or a few reasons why he prescribes that drug. For those with migraines, the doctor would sometimes decide to thin the blood of the sufferer. There are a few favorite ones to do this. Heparin and Coumadin are two that are commonly used. They work effectively and quickly.
Another action a doctor might want, in order to help the patient, is to bring down an inflammation. Areas around the nerves and arteries, or a local area in the body could be analyzed to be swollen and inflamed. Some anti-inflammatories your doctor might prescribe could be one of the corticosteroids, or ibuprofen.
Let’s say these diagnoses and drug treatments are correct. Then why not leave well enough alone and stick with the drugs?
Because they 1) work temporarily, 2)do not get to the cause, and 3) have a rebound effect that comes back at the patient. So we wish to avoid these problems and to get to the root of the problem. It certainly is a long story, especially for a syndrome as confounding as migraines. This long story is confronted and offered in the course, MigraineZero. Com
We provide whole programs to bring the body out of the inflamed condition. Here is presented just one part of that program:
Lemonade, for example, can act as a blood thinner. It works steadily and smoothly, with no rebound effect. The mineral content comes through when you use the whole lemon. Lemonade can act as an anti-inflammatory. Although it is a citrus fruit, lemon is unusual in that it leaves an alkaline residue in the body. The inflammation is usually acidic, so when we bring the body towards the alkaline side, the environment of acidity is dissipated. The area has a chance to come back- to behave like normal tissue.
Lemonade is simple to make. We just go back to the basics. Take a quart of good, clean, wholesome water. Cut a lemon in half, squeeze out what you can, and then spoon out the inner lining of the lemon away from the shell or skin. Place all this into the quart of water. This can be drunk as is, or a sweetener is optional. Not sugar. Honey, a teaspoonful or two is fine, or 3 teaspoonfuls of maple syrup, or one teaspoonful of molasses, of 3 teaspoonfuls of already soaked dried fruit. Shake the lemonade well, or preferably swirl it around in a blender. That’s about it.
Drink a glass and refrigerate the remainder. Start off easy with just a glass per day to notice how your body reacts to this pure cleansing drink. When you are sure you handle it well, increase to up to 4 glasses per day for up to 2 weeks.
This is just one part of the whole program designed to bring your body back to its normal, healthy state.
Once you are wise, go strong in your healing.