Natural remedy for migraine headaches

Get relief and get back on track. Apply Oleia Oil and massage your forehead and temples. Use your thumbs and press firmly the area just below your eye-brows. Oleia Oil’s natural components allow easier skin penetration bringing the anti-inflammatory nutrients to effect natural healing and recovery.

Migraine headache results in severe headache pain, often associated with sensitivity to smells, sounds, or exposure to light.

Typical symptoms of migraine headaches include:

  • Severe pain (usually on one side of the head)
  • A “pounding” sensation in the head
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Sensitivity to sound or light
  • Eye pain

Not all headaches are migraine headaches as there are other causes of headaches that can present themselves with migraine-like headache pain.

For example, people with cluster headaches can present in ways that are similar to migraines. The cause of migraine headaches is unknown. Changes in the neurotransmitter levels in the brain are believed to be a part of the etiology behind headaches.

Causes of Migraine Headaches

There are no blood tests or imaging studies that can diagnose a migraine headache. The only way to make a proper diagnosis of migraine headaches is to look at the patient’s signs and symptoms. Common causes of headaches include eating certain foods, being exposed to loud noises and other strong sensory stimuli, stress, and hormonal changes in the body.

What Exactly Is A Migraine?

While some people call any severe headache a “migraine headache,” migraine headaches are usually the result of certain physiological changes in the brain. These changes occur within the brain and lead to the characteristic symptoms associated with having a migraine headache.

Migraine headaches are usually linked to light sensitivity, sound sensitivity, or odor sensitivity. Additionally, migraines are often associated with nausea and vomiting—things not seen in regular headaches.

Migraine headaches are usually only on one side of the head but sometimes, they can be bilateral. Headache pain from a migraine headache is often described as “pounding” or “throbbing” and it can worsen with physical activity.


Natural pain relief for Migraine Headaches

Avoid taking acetaminophen, aspirin, ibuprofen and other NSAIDs. Acetaminophen poses a great risk of overdose and liver toxicity. Aspirin can cause serious complications such as gastrointestinal bleeding and stomach ulcers. Regular use of NSAIDs can raise blood pressure, damage kidneys and cause cardiovascular complications.

Remove pain and inflammation without damaging other organs of your body. Take natural anti-inflammatory alternatives, like Oleia Softgels, or use a natural oil liniment like Oleia Topical Oil.

Oleia Topical Oil and Oleia Oral Softgel both help relieve the symptoms of pain, without the side effects associated with NSAIDs.

Apply Oleia Oil and massage your forehead and temples, the soft spot between the corner of your eye and your ear. Use your thumbs and press firmly the area just below your eye-brows. Place your thumbs on your cheekbones and use your fingertips to gently apply pressure and rub the temples.

Use 3ml to 5ml of Oleia Topical Oil on each application, 3x a day or as needed.

Fast-acting effect

OLEIA Topical Oil contains anti-inflammatory olive oil, moringa oil and other premium oils including cetylated fatty acids (cetyl myristoleate).

Cetylation is a process that makes the oil more bio-available and readily absorbed by the body, hence delivering immediate anti-inflammatory effect for faster pain relief.

OLEIA Oil is safe

Oleia Topical Oil does not contain harsh ingredients like methyl salicylate, camphor and mineral oil.

A clinical study conducted by Dermatologists showed that Oleia Topical Oil is dermal-safe, does not have irritant potential and is well tolerated in local skin treatment of muscle and joint pains.

Pleasantly Scented

OLEIA Topical Oil’s anti-inflammatory action is well enhanced with the aromatherapeutic principles of lavender essential oil.

A calming, soothing & relaxing oil, Lavender helps relieve muscle cramps and joint pain. It is also helpful in treating migraine, headache and emotional stress.

“I have migraine attacks every now and then. It’s difficult to focus on my work when my headache is severe and unbearable. My friend told me to try Oleia Topical Oil. The first time I used Oleia Oil, I noted that it relieves my headache only a few minutes after application. Now, I have less migraine attacks, but I continue to use Oleia Oil whenever I have other body pains.” – Carol de la Cruz, Bataan, Philippines

“I woke up with a bad headache one morning. I thought I could not go to the office. Good we have Oleia Oil in our med cabinet. When I applied Oleia Topical Oil and lightly massage my forehead and temples, my headache was relieved in no time and I was able to go to work.” – Carmen Revilla, Marikina, Philippines

“Oleia Topical Oil is truly effective for migraine. Now, I rarely have attacks of migraine”  -Christy Roullo Almira-Inocian, Philippines

Clinical Studies


Effects of Cetylated Fatty Acid (OLEIA Topical Oil) in Alleviation of Pain in Musculoskeletal Disorders: A Randomized Control Trial, July 2013, Principal Investigator: Joseph L. Lee, MD

With the 3-month study of Oleia Oil on 70 experimental patients, we have noted improvements in their pain tolerance after the continuous medication for the duration of the study. Much so, adverse reactions were nil to none.We therefore conclude that Oleia Topical Oil could be used for symptoms of musculoskeletal disorder. Further study of its longer term effects on different musculoskeletal disorder could open the gates for more topical analgesic ointment useful and beneficial to our patients.

Read full text of Oleia Oil Clinical Trial on Efficacy here.


Conducted by: Catherine M. Legaspi, MD, FPDS; Concepcion Esto, MD, DPDS; Madelaine M. Palmea, MD, DPCP

Oleia Oil was compared with 0.09 NaCl solution on  dermal safety, as regards photoallergenicity and development of adverse reactions during usage. The 84 panelists showed no significant effect on dermal irritant scoring (p<0.001, Fischer exact test).

The study demonstrated that Oleia, a topical pain relief containing cetylated fatty acids have no skin contact sensitization potentials nor skin photoallergic potentials. The results of the 10-week clinical study did not demonstrate any cumulative irritancy among the 84 volunteers.

Therefore, the utility of Oleia is very promising, as it is mild, well tolerated and safe in the skin. Its dermal effect is comparable to a simple normal saline solution.

Read full text of Oleia Oil Clinical Trial on Safety here.


Clinical studies about cetylated fatty acids and cetyl myristoleate are found here.

OLEIA helps in other inflammatory conditions, too


OLEIA Topical Oil is recommended for these conditions, which are all characterised by inflammation:

Having a bottle of OLEIA Oil is like having a medicine cabinet or first aid kit at your disposal, at home, in the office or anywhere you go!

OLEIA Guarantee 

OLEIA is used by thousands of satisfied users for over 8 years.

If you feel Oleia Topical Oil does not help you reduce pain and inflammation in your particular condition, you may send us an email request for a refund within 15 days of receiving the product. You have another 15 days to return the unused product to us, then we shall refund to you the purchase price minus shipping. 

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by Lita Ros on Oleia Topical Oil

I’ve been using Oleia Oil for more than 4 years. I use it for my back pain, neck, shoulder pain, headache, abdominal cramps  and sometimes heartburn. Oleia oil is truly effective. I always carry a bottle in my bag wherever i go. Thank you very much for the relief!-  Lita Ros