As Needed, Effective Nutritional Support for Migraine and Headache Sufferers*
MigreLief-NOW provides powerful, fast acting, non-prescription nutritional support for neurological and whole body comfort when you need it most.* An effective option without the negative side-effects associated with OTC drugs.
MigreLief-NOW is attributed to the scientific research that Akeso Health Sciences Chief Scientific Officer, Curt Hendrix, performs to ensure effective combinations of ingredients at clinically recognized doses.
non-drowsy, and perfect for busy days
recommended by physicians and headache specialists
may be combined with any other MigreLief daily formula
does not interfere with prescription or OTC migraine drugs
does not cause rebound headaches
does not contain butterbur, wheat, gluten, salt, soy, milk or dairy, nuts, corn, caffeine, or artificial flavorings or preservatives, non-GMO and vegan
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
MigreLief-NOW — Fast-Acting for When You Need It Most
Serving Size: 2 Capsules • 30 Servings per Bottle
Per 2 Caps
Magnesium (as citrate and oxide)
Puracol® Feverfew** (whole leaf and extract)
Cerevasc Ginger*** (whole root and extract)
Aflapin® Boswellia Serrata**** (extract)
*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. Delivered in an optimum clinically studied dose; supports proper cerebrovascular tone and function, and platelet aggregation.*
***Cerevasc Ginger® is a proprietary combination of whole ginger rhizome and standardized ginger extract. A wide-range of known benefits including helping to promote a healthy inflammatory response; supported by many clinical studies.*
****Aflapin® [Boswellia Serrata] is a registered trademark of Laila Nutraceuticals. Form enhances absorption; boswellia has been historically used in traditional medicines and today shown in clinical studies to support a response to occasional pain and to promote a healthy inflammatory response.*
Choose MigreLief-NOW for fast-acting neurological and all-body comfort support when needed. Potent, safe, and effective for men, women and children ages 2 and older. We recommend keeping MigreLief-NOW on hand at all times!
Ages 14-Adult: Take 3-4 capsules with food. May repeat dose in 2 hours. Do not exceed 8 capsules in a 24-hour period. Do not exceed 4 capsules if combining with a MigreLief daily formula.
Ages 9-13: Take 1-2 capsules with food. May repeat dose in 2 hours. Do not exceed 4 capsules in a 24-hour period. Do not exceed 2 capsules if combining with a MigreLief daily formula
Ages 2-8: Take 1 capsule with food. May repeat dose in 2 hours. Do not exceed 2 capsules in a 24-hour period.
Caution: Not for use during pregnancy, during lactation, or by children under 2 years of age, or those with serious medical conditions, or while undergoing any medical procedures. Do not take if allergic to any of the ingredients, or if allergic to any of the following: plants in the Asteraceae/Compositae plant family such as ragweed, chrysanthemums, marigolds, daisies or feverfew. Like most dietary supplements, it is recommended that MigreLief be discontinued one week before any surgery. As with all dietary supplements, consult with your doctor prior to taking this product.
Potential side effects:
In rare cases Magnesium sensitivity may occur (gastro-intestinal upset and/or headaches) - please reduce consumption or discontinue use if problem persists.
Keep out of reach of children.
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