Migraine headaches, or any stubborn headache, can really interfere with our life. The root cause of headaches is multiple, including stress, hormones (like an estrogen dominance), lack of sleep or poor nutrition. We aim to provide a product that naturally helps to soothe and take the edge off of persistent headache without the side effects of synthetic medications.What is Migraine Master?
Migraine Master is a wildcrafted and organic proprietary blend of minerals and vitamins including Riboflavin,Thiamine, Feverfew, Magnesium, and White Willow Bark, designed to stop even the most difficult of migraine headaches in its tracks. Of note, for those with a contraindication, white willow bark is the main ingredient in Aspirin and is therefore a natural blood thinner.What Does Migraine Master Treat?
Migraine Master treats any and all headachesWho Should Take Migraine Master?
Migraine Master is designed for adult men and women who suffer from periodic headaches, whether it be tension, stress, cluster, or migraines. If you are on a blood thinner, please consult your trusted healthcare provider before trying this supplement. If you are having the worst headache of your life with no relief, please call 911 or head to the closest hospital.
Please do not take if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
1. Thiamine-Thiamine is proposed to help in decreasing migraine headaches overall, and studies have already alluded that it may help headaches specifically in Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome. Studies also suggest that migraine patients have lower dietary thiamine intake.
2. Riboflavin-Based on the available evidence of Riboflavin, guidelines from American Academy of Neurology and the American Headache Society state that Riboflavin is “probably effective” for migraine prevention. Riboflavin is also known as Vitamin B2.
3. Magnesium-Up to 80% of adults are deficient in this anti-anxiety, calming mineral. One study found regular intake of magnesium could lower frequency of migraines by 41%. Other research indicates that daily intake is beneficial for menstrual related migraines.
4. Feverfew-This plant contains sesquiterpene lactones which are beneficial in treating migraines. In studies, the flowers showed significant analgesic, antipyretic, and anti-inflammatory. Even the American Neurology Association lists feverfew in their guidelines as a substance that may be effective and shouldNeurology Association lists feverfew in their guidelines as a substance that may be effective and should be considered as a possible prevention therapy for migraine headaches.
5. White Willow Bark-is a tree from Europe and Asia that is used in the formulation of Aspirin. Research has shown that white willow bark could be useful in treating migraines, especially in combination with synergistic herbs like feverfew.