posted on Nov, 17 2007 @ 03:24 AM
Originally posted by Icon_xof
Lol, great speculation.
Still, I wonder how this stuff works (if it does, I havent tried it)... I mean, its a topical treatment... how can it penetrate the cranial bones to
get to the source???
I haven't tried "Head On" either even though I suffer from frequent migraine headaches. I'll admit that I've been curious but, to tell the
truth, every time I even see the product on the shelves, I get so irritated that I just can't be bothered.
As far as a topical treatment helping heacaches, all I can say is that I often use Tiger Balm
when I have a bad
I rub some Tiger Balm on my forehead, temples and neck (being very
careful not to get it in my eyes) and the relief is almost instantaneous.
The Tiger Balm makes my forehead feel "chilled" -- as if I had applied an ice-pack. While it might not make my migraine "go away", it certainly
does offer me some relief.
I imagine that Head On might have some similar properties.