Headaches - Migraines

 

Understanding - Insights

 
Headaches and other pain issues - http://www.pathlights.com/nr_encyclopedia/09nerv02.htm - 3 most common forms of Neuralgia—2: Bell's Palsy (facial palsy); Sciatica; and Tic Douloureux (trigeminal neuralgia).

 

Alternative Medicine

 

Feverfew plant (Tanacetum parthenium) a species of chrysanthemum that has been grown in herb and medicinal gardens for centuries. Read on to learn more about feverfew plants. About Feverfew Plants Also known as featherfew, featherfoil, or bachelor’s buttons, the feverfew herb was used in the past to treat a variety of conditions such as headaches, arthritis, and as the name implies, fever. Parthenolide, the active ingredient in the feverfew plant, is being actively developed for pharmaceutical application.  Read more at Gardening Know How: Growing Feverfew Herb In The Garden https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/feverfew/growing-feverfew-herb.htm  4/5/2018

Feverfew - https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/feverfew/growing-feverfew-herb.htm/?print=1&loc=bot
(One can often find this in combination with white willow, an aspirin substitute.)
 

Spiritual Insights

 
Hunter, Charles & Frances - Chapter 5 The Neck Thing @ https://gillministries.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Hunter-Handbook-for-Healing.pdf - "I put my 2 hands on his neck, placing my fingers on his upper spinal column. 'Those who believe...will lay hands on the sick' (Mark 16:18 NKJV). At the same time, I did not realize where the other parts of my hands actually were resting. Later I discovered that the palms of my hands were on the carotid artery, which is the main artery on both sides of the neck, through which blood is pumped into the brain. Therefore, this is also applying the power of God to any part of the brain that might need attention. The palms were also on the nerves that go from the brain down the front of the body.
This automatically makes your thumbs fall right on the temporomandibular joint, which is where we have problems with what is better knows as 'TMJ.' You are laying hands (thumbs) on the strongest muscle of the body. Was it accidental that God made our hands so that when we placed them in the right position we would be 'laying hands' on 3 vital parts of the body at one time? Or did He plan it so that when we started probing into how to heal the sick the supernatural way, we would discover what He knew all along?
Then, with my hands gently in place as described above, I asked the man to slowly turn his head to the left and then the right, then backward and forward. While I was doing what we later called 'the neck thing' (TNT), I commanded all the muscles, ligaments, tendons, and vertebrae to go into place and the thin disc to be healed in the name of Jesus.  Then he himself rotated his head and shouted, "The pain is gone!"
We did this for four years and also discovered the results were phenomenal for headaches as well. Then one day Dr. Roy J. LeRoy, a well-known chiropractor, told us what we were actually doing and why the results were so tremendous."
Also check out Chapter 9 Migraine Headaches and Tic Doutoureux (TRIGEMINAL Neuralgia) -
 
Meyer, Joyce - 4/6/2015 - http://www.joycemeyer.org/BroadcastHome.aspx?video=Prisoners_of_Hope_-_Part_1 Program end shares testimony re not quitting to obtain healing.
One may also like http://www.joycemeyer.org/BroadcastHome.aspx?video=Prisoners_of_Hope_-_Part_2
 
Biographies
 
Walsh, Shiela 2/19/2020 -  https://lifetoday.org/video/praying-women-part-4/ + Transcript @
https://lifetoday.org/assets/files/2-19-20e-SW-Praying-Women-4.pdf -
With an unusual unique extreme headache Sheila went to the MD. 
(Shiela told the MD that her) "dad had a brain aneurism when he was 34. He told Barry to take me straight to the closest hospital emergency room. He said, 'Tell them that you need a C.T. Scan with dye, and you need it now.'
She remembers that her dad's "brain aneurism didn't kill him, but it changed his life and the lives of our whole family overnight. The immediate impact was that he was paralyzed down one side and lost the ability to speak. But there was a far, far greater storm on the horizon. As days turned into weeks his behavior began to deteriorate. He went from being just a loving, kind dad to an angry, unpredictable and ultimately violent stranger. When it was no longer safe for us to have him in our home he was taken to our local psychiatric hospital. He managed to escape one night and took his own life, drowning in the river that runs through our town."