Effective Nutritional Support for Women Experiencing Menstrual, PMS, Menopausal, and Hormonal Fluctuations Contributing to Migraines
MigreLief+M is an effective combination of 8 key ingredients into one formula. Ingredients shown in human clinical studies to balance already normal blood sugar levels and hormones when women are most susceptible to migraines—during monthly menstruation, the reproductive years, and during perimenopause and menopause.*
The MigreLief+M effectively responds to the following hormone related discomforts:
Irregular menstrual cycles
Recommended by female headache specialists and healthcare professionals.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
MigreLief+MIS A TRUSTED FORMULA THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE
60 Caplets / 2 per day / 1-month supply
Amount per day
Riboflavin (Vitamin B-2)
Magnesium (citrate and oxide)
Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B-6)
Biotin (biotin-d, 15,000mcg)
Puracol® Feverfew** (Tanacetum parthenium)
*No Daily Value established
**Puracol® Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) is unique to MigreLief. Delivered in optimum, clinically-studied amounts, Akeso’s Puracol® is a proprietary combination of whole leaf feverfew high in naturally occurring phytochemicals and a special feverfew extract. Supports proper cerebrovascular tone and function, and platelet aggregation that can otherwise lead to vasoconstriction.*
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 discomforts, irritability, occasional depression, cravings and bloating.
Chromium—an essential trace mineral that can improve insulin sensitivity and enhance protein, carbohydrate, and lipid metabolism
MigreLief+M is intended for use by menstruating females, or pre-menopausal/menopausal women who suffer from chronic migraines associated with their periods or menopause and/or symptoms of PMS and symptoms of PCOS.
Take one caplet twice a day for 90 days during the build-up period. To maintain benefits, continue daily use. For as-needed additional support and comfort, try adding MigreLief-NOWfollowing recommended use directions for that product.
Caution: Not recommended for use during pregnancy, during lactation, or for young females prior to menstruation.
Riboflavin (Vitamin B-2) can cause urine to become bright yellow. This is normal and harmless.
Although rare, some individuals experience transient (short term) diarrhea when taking magnesium.
Like most dietary supplements, use of MigreLief+M should be discontinued one week before any surgery.
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