Alternative Medicine and Natural supplements for Headaches

by | Apr 22, 2021 | blog, migoherb | 0 comments

Several dietary supplements are being researched and studied for headaches, particularly for migraine prevention and treatment. In 2012, the American Academy of Neurology and the American Headache Society issued evidence-based guidelines that classified certain dietary supplements as “effective,” “probably effective,” or “possibly effective” in preventing migraines.

Butterbur:

The guidelines concluded that butterbur is effective and should be offered to patients with migraine to reduce the frequency and severity of migraine attacks. Extracts of butterbur that are completely free from these alkaloids are available. Migoherb is one of the best herbal supplements containing PA free Butterbur. Its is available in India as a potent mix of powerful natural herbs to reduce the frequency and severity of Migraine headaches.

Coenzyme Q10:

Coenzyme Q10 is an antioxidant that cells need to function properly. It’s available as a dietary supplement and has been studied for a variety of purposes. The guidelines say that coenzyme Q10 is possibly effective and may be considered for migraine prevention. No serious side effects of coenzyme Q10 have been reported.

Feverfew:

The scientific guidelines say that Feverfew is effective and should be considered for migraine prevention. It is being used in USA and European nations as herbal remedy for Migraine management. Feverfew is not safe for use during pregnancy. Migoherb has highest purity Feverfew which along with pain relieving properties of Butterbur and Salix Alba is one of the best herbal formulation for migraine and headache management.

Magnesium:

Magnesium deficiency is related to factors that promote headaches. The guidelines say that magnesium is probably effective and should be considered for migraine prevention. Magnesium supplements can cause diarrhoea and may interact with some medications. Proper dosage under the guidance of physician is a must for using magnesium as natural supplement for headaches.

Riboflavin:

The American Academy of Neurology and American Headache Society’s guidelines say that riboflavin is probably effective and should be considered for migraine prevention. Riboflavin has minimal side effects, but it can cause an intense yellow discoloration of the urine.

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