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  • By Teri Robert

    It’s a dietary supplement that combines feverfew, vitamin B2, and magnesium. It’s promoted for Migraine prevention.

    I use supplements, but prefer to take them individually instead of in combination tablets. That way, I can try one at a time for three months to see if it’s helping. When you take a combo like this, if it works, you don’t really know if it’s one of the ingredients, two, or all of them that’s working.

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  • By Ellen Schnakenberg

    I agree with Teri. B2 in particular can have some adverse affects, especially for certain co-morbidities. If it’s not helping you and you’re not deficient, it may be worth eliminating it from the mix.

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  • By Brad

    I have found that a product from BioGenesis Nutraceuticals seems to work pretty well. It’s called Migra-Clear Ultra and contains Butterburr Root, Feverfew, Riboflavin, Magnesium, Ginger Root and Gingko Leaf Extract.

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  • By SteveM

    I have suffered from migraine since I was a teen (58 now) then a few years back started having severe vertigo attacks. Went to see a neurologist who seemed to think my vertigo was related to my migraine. He recommended trying Migrelief for both. It worked wonders! Seriously. Been on it for several years now and migraine headaches and vertigo are extremely rare occurrences these days. Like maybe one a year, and very mild even then. I’ve since passed this on to other migraine sufferers, and they, too, have reported positive results. I take one pill every morning (the bottle says to take two a day, but one works for me) and that has made a huge difference in my life. I say, try it. Hope it works for some of you, too.

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  • By Billee

    I just started seeing a new Neurologist in August after ending up in the hospital 4th of July. Its been a horrible summer for me, migraine-wise. I’m on the east coast and the heat and humidity has been awful. He suggested I try Migrelief along with CoQ10. I started the Migrelief alone, and it cut down on the migraines drastically. I started the CoQ10 this past week, and the migraines are virtually gone. Some days I don’t notice it at all, others its just been hovering around in the background. After trying so many prescriptions over the years to no avail, I am very happy to have found this new Neurologist, Migrelief, and this site, which has also helped me quite a bit this year. Thank you.
    Billee

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  • By Nancy Harris Bonk Moderator

    Hi Billee64,

    Welcome to the discussion forum! And thank you so much for sharing your success story with us. We always love to hear good news.

    Migrelief contains feverfew, magnesium and riboflavin (Vitamin B-2) which have all been shown to help prevent migraine. Coenzyme Q 10 has also been show to be beneficial. Sounds like your doctor is on top of things!!

    Nancy

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  • By Becky

    I take B2, B Complex, Magnesium and CO Q 10 separately – feverfew made my migraines worse so I am like Teri – if there is a problem I will be able to weed that one out.

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