I was in the store the other day buying a bottle of cheap white wine to marinate my meat in. The lady at the cash register raised an eyebrow as she scanned the $1.99 wine.
“I’m not going to drink that, I’m cooking with it,” I said laughing. “Besides there are so many other good things to drink than wine.”
“Like vodka,” the store clerk said.
My face lit up, “Exactly!” Everyone knows I’m a vodka-kind-of-girl.
She complimented all my ear piercings and then proceeded to tell me about her newest piercing, a Daith Piercing.
“This piercing has saved my life,” she said.
Now it was my turn to raise an eyebrow.
“Seriously,” she said.
Apparently she has had migraines all her life. And one day her doctor suggests she get a Daith piercing to see what happened. Sure enough two weeks later, all her migraines are gone and she hasn’t had one since.
So then I saw an article that said, “This Piercing Can Cure your Migraines,” I had to read it. Sure enough doctors are swearing by the Daith Piercing. Apparently the procedure, the Daith Percing, helps ease migraines because it is the same pressure point targeted by acupuncturists to relieve chronic headaches.
Just like any alternative type cure, it probably doesn’t cure everyone’s migraines. Our bodies are all different and respond differently, so it probably works for some, but not for others.
Check out the photos below of where the Daith piercing is and talk to your doctor. This piercing just might save your life.