MigreLief® - Original Patented Formula with Puracol®
60 Caplets / 2 per day / 1-month supply
MigreLief+M IS A TRUSTED FORMULA THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE – Our MigreLief® line of products has changed lives worldwide by providing effective nutritional support to migraine sufferers.
|Amount per day||Daily Value|
|Riboflavin (Vitamin B-2)||400mg||23,529%|
|Magnesium (citrate and oxide)||360mg||90%|
|Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B-6)||100mg||5,882%|
|Biotin (biotin-d, 15,000mcg)||15mg||50,000%|
|Puracol® Feverfew** (Tanacetum parthenium)||100mg||*|
*No Daily Value established
**Puracol® is a proprietary combination of whole leaf feverfew that is high in naturally occurring phytochemicals and a special feverfew extract high in parthenolides, key to health benefits.
Puracol®—a proprietary blend of whole leaf and carefully guarded extraction of Feverfew [featuring parthenolide and other naturally occurring plant phytochemicals]
Riboflavin—high doses of Riboflavin have been proven in clinical studies to reduce the number of neurological discomforts experienced each month and improve mitochondrial energy deficiencies
Magnesium—two clinically known beneficial forms critical to controlling the inhibition of vasospasm
Chasteberry Extract—has been shown in numerous studies to establish balance of female hormones, and reduce discomfort, excessive bleeding, and signs of PMS and POCS
L-Theanine—L-theanine is an amino acid known to calm without making you drowsy, increase alpha wave activity in the brain, and lessens signs of PMS.
D-Biotin—higher amounts of biotin is required to stabilize blood sugar levels, which is strongly related to the occurrence of migraines, and the symptoms of PMS and PCOS
Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (vitamin B-6)—Multiple human studies (listed below) in almost 1000 women, have shown that vitamin B-6 helps to alleviate PMS symptoms of breast pain, irritability, depression, cravings and bloating.
Chromium—an essential trace mineral that can improve insulin sensitivity and enhance protein, carbohydrate, and lipid metabolism