Migra-Clear Ultra contains nutraceuticals known to help reduce the frequency and intensity of vascular headaches. These ingredients act synergistically to assist in quenching inflammation and reducing histamine and serotonin-induced vasospasm.
A UNIQUE VITAMIN AND HERBAL FORMULA DESIGNED TO HELP REDUCE THE FREQUENCY AND INTENSITY OF VASCULAR DISTURBANCES IN THE HEAD.
- Helps support head ease and relaxation
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not meant to diagnose, treat or cure any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before starting any exercise or nutritional supplement program or before using these or any product during pregnancy or if you have a serious medical condition.
Vitamin B2 ...190mg / 11,180% DV(Riboflavin and Riboflavin 5' Phosphate)Magnesium (citrate) ...100mg / 25% DVZingiber officinale ...250mg(Ginger)(standardized to contain 5% gingerols)Tanacetum Parthenium ...50mg(Feverfew)(standardized to contain 2% parthenolide)Petasites hybridus ...50mg(6:1 extract, root 15% petasin and isopetasin)Ginkgo Biloba ...40mg Daily Value Not EstablishedPercent Daily Values are Based on a 2000 Calorie DietContains:Rice Flour, Cellulose, Silica
As a dietary supplement, take 2 capsules two (2) times per day for the first month with possible reduction to one (1) time per day thereafter, or as directed by your healthcare professional.
DIETARY CONSIDERATIONS: Vascular headaches have been shown to have a high incidence of food allergy/intolerance associated with their aggravation. Because delayed response allergies can be difficult to document when interviewing the patient, it is recommended that every migraine/vascular headache patient be screened for food sensitivity. Elimination/Challenge or serum antibody testing are considered the most accurate methods. Certain tyramine containing foods such as aged cheeses, red wines, fermented sausages, sour cream, etc. , may trigger migraine headaches. Phenylethylamine (chocolate), nitrates (hot dogs), levodopa (broad bean pods), and occasionally citrus and nuts may provoke a migraine attack. Dairy allergy or lactose enzyme deficiency has been associated with migraines in some patients. Sensitivity to artificial sweeteners also should be ruled out. Although caffeine can help reduce the severity of a vascular headache in progress, it is part of the problem in that it leads to the vasoconstriction trigger phase. Encourage your patient to get off of all caffeine (coffee, colas, teas, chocolate, OTC drugs). Read the ingredient label. Caffeine is added to many products. Avoid sugar! A high sugar diet may lead to irregular blood sugar levels. Low blood sugar may trigger migraine headaches. Sugar and high carbohydrate diets increase tryptophan uptake by the brain leading to higher levels of serotonin production. Higher serotonin levels have been associated with greater risk of migraine. Higher intake of fish and fish oils along with green leafy vegetables (magnesium) may help reduce migraine attacks.