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Nutritional and Herbal Support for Migraine Management
May help reduce the frequency of migraine symptoms when taken as a prophylactic.
This combination of feverfew, coenzyme Q10, magnesium and selected B vitamins targets the many aspects of migraine aetiology.
Dosage: Adults: Take 1 tablet twice daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
- Assists in the management of migraines.
- Help reduce severity, duration and frequency of migraine headaches, and associated nausea and vomiting when taken as a prophylactic.
- Assists blood circulation.
- Helps to form red blood cells and maintain normal blood.
- Beneficial during times of stress.
|Riboflavin vitamin B2||200mg|
|equiv. pyridoxine (vitamin B6)||12.5mg|
|equiv. folinic acid (activated vitamin B9)||250mcg|
|Cyanocobalamin vitamin B12||200mcg|
|Ubidecarenone coenzyme Q10||75mg|
|Herbal extracts standardised equiv. to dry:|
|Tanacetum parthenium feverfew||280mg|
|equiv. to parthenolide||200mcg|
- Do not take while on warfarin therapy without medical advice.
- If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.
- Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
- Always read the label. Use only as directed.
- If you have any pre-existing conditions, are on any medications, always talk to your health professional before use.
- Some products should be ceased at least two weeks before any elective surgery, please confirm with your health professional.
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