GREEN TEA EXTRACT WITH PROBIOTIC

GREEN TEA EXTRACT WITH PROBIOTIC

PHYCOMAX - Phycocyanin & Curcumin (60 Capsules)

PHYCOMAX - Phycocyanin & Curcumin (60 Capsules)

MYGRAIN - (90 Capsules) NATURAL HEADACE MANAGEMENT

Ingredients

Natural Fewfever Extract 20:1 - 250mg

Ginger Extract 5% - 250mg

Ginkgo Bilboba Extract - 50mg

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Ingredients

Natural Fewfever Extract 20:1 - 250mg

Ginger Extract 5% - 250mg

Ginkgo Bilboba Extract - 50mg

Feverfew for the treatment of migraine headaches: an introduction

Feverfew has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for many disorders such as headaches, menstrual irregularities, labor problems, skin conditions, stomach aches, asthma, fevers, insect bites, toothaches, psoriasis, allergies, ringing in the ears, dizziness, arthritis as well as nausea and vomiting. For migraines, feverfew, which has flowers that resemble daisies, is part of the sunflower family. Feverfew’s official botanical name is Tanacetum parthenium or Chrysanthemum parthenium. It is sometimes called bachelor’s buttons or featherfew.

Feverfew was originally grown in southeastern Europe in the Balkan mountains and is now grown all over Europe, North America and Australia. It blooms between July and October.

What part of the feverfew for migraine is used

For migraine, feverfew supplements typically use dried feverfew leaves. Sometimes leaves are eaten fresh. Also, some supplements use flowers and stems. Feverfew is believed to help migraine sufferers because of a substance in Feverfew called parthenolide, which helps relieve smooth muscle spasms. It also helps stop the brain’s blood vessels from contracting and prevents inflammation.

Feverfew for migraines

Feverfew has been used to prevent migraines, as a migraine herbal supplement.


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