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Feverfew for Migraines – A Real Plus!

Peter Rabbit’s mother was onto something when she put him to bed with a cup of wild chamomile tea after his escapade in 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...
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Puracol Feverfew for Migraines – Superior Effectiveness

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...
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The Science of MigreLief Supplements for Migraine Sufferers

Magnesium, Riboflavin and Puracol™ Feverfew – Triple Therapy for Migraine Sufferers Migraine is a neurological disease with symptoms ranging from severe head pain, visual disturbances, vertigo, nausea, and sensitivity to light, sound or smell. Approximately 37 million Americans suffer migraines which can last from hours to days. For many men, women and children, migraine attacks not only disrupt quality of life, they are debilitating. Nutritional deficiencies, inflammation and vasospasm can independently and together contribute to migraine occurrence, frequency and intensity....
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Magnesium for Migraines-Is it Enough?

MAGNESIUM FOR MIGRAINES – IS IT ENOUGH? Numerous studies support the use of magnesium as a supplement for preventing migraine headaches. In fact, yet another study just published in the Journal Neurosciences found that serum levels of magnesium were substantially lower in migraine sufferers than in the general population of people who didn’t get migraines. In fact, the researchers found that as serum levels of magnesium decreased the frequency of migraine attacks significantly increased. Magnesium supplementation in the correct forms...
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