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Martha Ballard's Migraine Balm || 1750-1812 Topical Salve

Martha Ballard's Migraine Balm || 1750-1812 Topical Salve

Regular price $10.00 USD
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Best Seller! Martha Ballard created a recipe for a migraine tea that LBCC cleverly made into a topical salve. Reviews have been outstanding, as most of the recipients notice a difference within minutes of application. 

Reviews has corroborated the claims made in the original text to lessen or take the edge off of a severe headache or migraine. 



Shea Butter, Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Peppermint Oil, Rosemary Oil, Feverfew Oil, Essential Oils, Chamomile Oil

How To Use

Apply a small amount to aching area of the head, typically the temples, forehead or back of neck or occasionally smell during a migraine episode to increase benefits.

Research & Inspiration

Here are some helpful links to the research and inspirations of this product:

Packaging & Shipping

  • Packaging: 1oz tin with limited edition historically appropriate label
  • Shipping: All glass and liquid items will be wrapped in protective plastic bubble wrap and shipped in a box if possible. If you have a specific shipping need, please write in the note at checkout and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
  • Returns & Exchanges: Items may be returned or exchanged if the item is undamaged and unused and if contacted within 7 days of confirmed delivery. We do not accept returns for items that have been used or opened.

About the LBCC Historical Apothecary

LBCC Historical Apothecary is a small and unique business located in Beaver Dam, WI. LBCC specializes in researching and reproducing original Apothecary & Cosmetics products. Their recipes are extracted from forgotten texts, old pharmaceutical ledgers, manuscripts, and museum archives. They offer everything from historical haircare to ancient salves and vintage beauty products and their ingredients are 100% top quality, natural, and almost always organic.


These products are created by LBCC Historical Cosmetics, based on historical recipes and using modern ingredients. Please contact LBCC Historical with any questions or concerns you might have regarding their products.

All items have been taken to an outdoor show, and therefore may have minor imperfections on the labels and/or packaging.
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