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Does MigreLief have any side effects?

Does MigreLief have any side effects?

MigreLief supplements do not have any harmful side effects. Potential side effects though rare can be: Riboflavin (Vitamin B-2) can cause urine to become bright yellow. This is normal and harmless. When taking a magnesium supplement for the first time, some individuals may experience loose stools (transient diary) temporarily. If an individual is allergic to any of the ingredients in MigreLief, they should cease taking it. Some individuals can experience gastro-intestinal upset when taking dietary supplements in general Like all...
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Are Calcium Supplements Dangerous to Your Health?

Are Calcium Supplements Dangerous to Your Health?

Dear Valued MigreLief Fans, For decades I have been telling all women that the need to take 1000-1500 mg per day of calcium to protect your bones is a hoax and a myth which is propagated in part by the pharmaceutical companies that own some of the calcium marketing companies and a general lack of familiarity with the published literature demonstrating the dangers of supplementing with calcium product, within certain segments of the healthcare community. Sayer Ji, is an excellent...
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Butterbur and Migraine Warning From Web MD

PA-free butterbur products are POSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth appropriately and short term - up to 16 weeks. Butterbur products that contain pyrrolizidine alkaloids (PAs) are UNSAFE when taken by mouth or applied to broken skin. PAs can damage the liver, lungs, and blood circulation, and possibly cause cancer.
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FDA Warning:  Anti-Depressants and Migraine Prescription Drugs

FDA Warning: Anti-Depressants and Migraine Prescription Drugs

Taking Anti-depressants and Migraine prescription drugs can be dangerous and even a lethal combination. Many people who suffer from depression also suffer from migraine headaches. Unfortunately, the mechanism of action of many antidepressants is to increase serotonin (a feel good neurotransmitter) levels in the brain. Triptan drugs like Imitrex, which are used to reduce or end the pain of a migraine attack also work by stimulating serotonin receptors.
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