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Headaches From Milk

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[2009]

[Attendee]

I eat the butter and honey pretty regularly, but as far as like eating milk, raw milk or cream or cheese, I start to get headaches. Like when the weather changed and so forth, I live in a Northern climate.

[Aajonus]

Well, the milk can have a detoxification effect and when you're going into a climate change, it helps pull out fats that will have toxic substances in them.

[Attendee]

Like even today, I've had the milk for the first time in several weeks and all of a sudden I've got headache.

[Aajonus]

Then you should have honey in your milk. Are you gulping it cold?

[Attendee]

No. I just had it here warm.

[Aajonus]

And you were sipping it?

[Attendee]

Yeah.

[Aajonus]

Okay. Then I would suggest putting honey in your milk. Maybe about three tablespoons per quart and sip it. And I would eat cheese if you're having that reaction during certain times of the year, eat cheese regularly while you're sipping your milk.

Usually salt cause headache, especially sodium. That will cause high blood pressure in the brain. Also, you can have the headache formulas, but if it's due from drinking the milk, then it's better to have the cheese.

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