- Effective Migraine Relief
If you suffer from migraines, you know they aren’t ‘just a bad headache’–but instead, intense, debilitating, and throbbing pain in the head that can last hours or days at a time. Our Migraine Assist supplement uses all-natural vitamins and herbs to relieve migraine pain effectively.†
- Prevent Migraines from Happening
Our Migraine Assist supplement effectively prevents migraines from happening by tackling factors that lead to a migraine itself like inflammation, low oxygen level in blood cells, and low mineral levels.†
- Help Alleviate Symptoms During Migraine Attack
With ginger root extract, this supplement helps you deal with migraine symptoms like nausea and vomiting.†
- All Natural Ingredients, Backed by Science
Combining vitamins and minerals found in nature, Dr. Danielle has formulated the best cutting-edge daily supplement for migraines.†
- Made in the USA
All products are made right here in the USA under strict GMP guidelines in facilities audited by the FDA.
†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.
Many studies highlight that vitamin C is inversely associated with one of the major markers for inflammation in the body–C Reactive Protein; the higher the amount of vitamin C, the lower the inflammation. Reduced inflammation may lead to reduced migraines.
Various research also shows that various vitamin B’s may play a pivotal role in supporting migraines. In particular, a study in 2016 shows that vitamin B-2 could play a positive role in reducing the frequency and duration of migraine attacks.
Copper is a mineral that is essential for your body’s proper functioning. Copper helps your body absorb iron from the gut. When your copper levels are low, your body may absorb less iron. This causes iron deficiency anemia–a condition in which the body is unable to carry enough oxygen which can lead to worse migraine pain.
While butterbur extract is commonly used to treat a range of conditions, including wounds, coughs, and asthma, its therapeutic value truly shines when used to treat migraines. A 2011 study published in The Journal of Head and Face Pain found butterbur to be a safe and effective treatment for migraines, especially at high doses.
Studies have consistently found that the regular intake of magnesium supplementation can reduce the frequency and severity of migraine attacks. Some scientists hypothesize that magnesium works by blocking the signals that cause migraines in the brain.
Research has shown that the active compounds in feverfew can inhibit serotonin receptors, stop blood vessels in the brain from widening, and stop smooth muscle spasms which can help with a migraine.
Quercetin is a plant pigment (flavonoid) found in many plants and foods, including red wine, onions, green tea, apples, and even berries. It exerts antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, which might help with a migraine.
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10)
Coenzyme Q10 is a substance that plays crucial roles in your body, like protecting cells from oxidative damage and generating energy in cells. Studies have found that CoQ10 can reduce the severity and frequency of migraines.
Ginger Root Extract
Ginger exerts anti-inflammatory and nausea-relieving effects. These active compounds can also help alleviate nausea and vomiting, 2 symptoms associated with migraine attacks.
- Can I take Migraine Assist everyday?
Yes! You can take it everyday if you are interested in keeping your body supplied with vital ingredients that support migraines.
- Can I combine Migraine Assist with other supplements from Dr. Danielle?
Yes, you can take this migraine supplement with other Dr. Danielle supplements.
- Can you tell me more about how ginger extract helps with migraines?
Ginger is not just good at combatting indigestion; this spicy, aromatic root can also be used to relieve migraines. And that’s because ginger contains specific healthful chemical compounds–including gingerols and shogals–that exert anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects. These active compounds can also help alleviate nausea and vomiting, 2 symptoms associated with migraine attacks. A 2018 study found that the supplementation of 400-mg of ginger extract, with ketoprofen, decreased migraine symptoms better than taking ketoprofen alone. This is supported by a 2014 study, which highlighted that 250-mg of ginger powder supplement decreased migraine symptoms nearly to the same extent as the prescription drug, sumatriptan.
- How do low levels of minerals lead to migraines?
Minerals in your body is crucial to your overall well being. Low levels of Magnesium and Copper can affect the oxygen supply to your brain, which can also worsen migraine pain during an attack. Regular intake of magnesium supplementation can reduce the frequency and severity of migraine attacks.
- How does inflammation lead to migraines?
While scientists haven't quite figured out the exact causes of migraines, a promising theory suggests that neurogenic inflammation–a form of inflammation triggered by nerve activation–could be a significant contributing factor to migraines.
- Can Migraine Assist help with migraine when it is happening?
Yes, this supplement was designed to support acute and active migraine attacks.
- How do you formulate this migraine supplement?
Dr. Danielle used scientific research, mainly studies that have been performed on the individual ingredients, as well as her experience and colleagues experience treating patients.
- Should I take Migraine Assist if I am pregnant?
As with any dietary supplement, we recommend you to consult with your doctor or healthcare provider before taking this naturopathy liver support supplement during your pregnancy.
Quantity: 120 capsules (40-day supply)
Dosage: 3 capsules per day
Suggested Use: Adults take three (3) capsules each day with a glass of water, on an empty stomach.
Christina Sun‐Edelstein MD, Alexander Mauskop MD
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