Peter Rabbit’s mother was on to something when she put him to bed with a cup of wild chamomile tea after he had been into Mr. McGregor’s garden. People in the modern world often think of chamomile as a sleep or digestive aid. But wild chamomile is another name for the herb Feverfew. A tea of feverfew would not only have relaxed the hapless rabbit, but would also have routed his headache, calmed his upset tummy, put his mind at ease and soothed his jangled nerves after his terrifying turn in the garden.
The herb Feverfew (Tanacetum Parthenium) has been recorded as a medicinal remedy for millennia. One can find references to the Latin “febrefugia” from which Feverfew gets its name in Old Saxon records. Hildegard of Bingen, a great 12th century abbess and healer made mention of it in her herbal tomes. Febrefugia literally means “Fever flies,” and has always been used as a fever reducer among other purposes. In even more ancient times, the Greeks used feverfew to treat melancholy which was characterized as much by debilitating headaches as it was by long-term depression.
Feverfew has also been considered a remedy for nausea, vomiting, digestion, itching, vertigo, arthritis, general and muscular pain relief, asthma, and even tinnitus. One of the greatest boons in the modern era is the discovery of Feverfew as an aid for migraine headaches
FEVERFEW & MIGRAINES
Commonly recommended for its ability to support cerebrovascular tone, Feverfew is rich in compounds known as sesquiterpene lactones. One of the more important of these compounds is parthenolide, which represents 85% of the sesquiterpene lactone content in feverfew. Some scientific studies indicate that while parthenolide may be important there may very well be other phytochemicals in Feverfew that are as of yet unidentified and play a role in its effectiveness.
WHOLE LEAF VS. FEVERFEW EXTRACT
MigreLief’s Puracol Feverfew contains high levels of parthenolides and other active components.
Some studies of extracts of feverfew containing parthenolides yielded no significant benefits. This led researchers to believe that certain of the unidentified phytochemicals may have been left behind during the extraction process.
The ideal solution would be a combination of an extract containing high amounts of stable parthenolides.plus a non extracted/whole leaf source of feverfew containing all of the naturally occurring phytochemicals. Thus Puracol Feverfew, AKESO HEALTH SCIENCE’S proprietary whole leaf and extract plant source for feverfew with high levels of naturally occurring phytochemicals and parthenolides was developed.
INHIBITING BLOOD PLATELET AGGREGATION
(Clumping together of platelets in the blood – Part of the sequence of events leading to the formation of a clot)
Over aggregating of platelets in the blood appear just before a migraine forcing a release of serotonin. Serotonin causes the blood vessel to dilate. Scientific studies have found parthenolide inhibits platelet aggregation and the release of serotonin from platelets and polymorphonuclear leukocyte granules, thus keeping the blood vessel normal resulting in less painful, less frequent or cessation of migraines.
Feverfew has also been shown to inhibit pro-inflammatory prostaglandin synthesis and the release of arachadonic acid. Each of these phenomena is associated with migraines. European studies have shown the benefits of feverfew on long-term cerebrovasular tone in multiple human studies.
ACTIVATING DYSFUNCTIONAL BRAIN PROCESSES
Though the exact cause of migraines is not known, certain triggers like tyramine in aged cheeses, chocolate, scents/perfumes, bright lights, changes in weather/temperature/humidity/altitude, over-use of headache medications, stress, hormonal fluctuations and many more, can activate certain processes that increase the risk of migraines occurring.
The dysfunctional processes that these triggers can activate are:
* Excessive platelet aggregation which can result in changes in blood vessels associated with migraines.
* Decrease in the cellular energy reserves in the brain that are common to migraine sufferers.
WHEN MIGRAINE SUFFERERS GET THESE 3 FACTORS UNDER CONTROL – THE RESULTS CAN BE LIFE CHANGING
MigreLief – Triple Therapy with Puracol
In addition to Puracol Feverfew, MigreLief contains two other ingredients for packing a 1-2-3 punch to migraines.
Magnesium: Research studies show that almost half of all migraine sufferers have low blood levels of Magnesium, which is critical in controlling vasospasms (the contraction and dilation of blood vessels in the brain which occurs during migraines).
Migraine sufferers also suffer mitochondrial energy deficiencies, which Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) can improve when given in high dosages. More Info-
Daily Dose/2 MigreLief tablets provide:
Puracol Feverfew(Extract & Whole Leaf) – 100 mg.
Magnesium (Citrate/Oxide 1:1) – 360mg
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) – 400 mg
(Note: Children’s MigreLief = 1/2 the dose and smaller caplets)
(All 3 ingredients are listed in the American Academy of Neurology’s Guidelines for Migraine Prevention.)
LOOK FORWARD TO A WONDERFUL LIFE!
If you or a loved one are still struggling with debilitating Migraines, start your 90 day MigreLief regimen today. If you are not completely thrilled with your results, we will refund 100% of your purchase price per our satisfaction guarantee. We are that confident MigreLief will work for you as it has for countless sufferers worldwide.
- MigreLief may be combined with all other migraine medications
- No harmful side-effects
- Safe for men, women and children over age 2.
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