Headache remedies: Migralen 12 sublingual sachets

10,50

Migralen is a great original formulation among headache remedies. In fact, it is based on plant extracts of feverfew, lemon balm, chaste tree, cola and ginger and vitamin B2. Vitamin B2 is involved in many physiological processes of the nervous system, while Ginger and feverfew extracts help to counteract localized states of tension.

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Migralen is a great original formulation among headache remedies. In fact, it is based on plant extracts of feverfew, lemon balm, chaste tree, cola and ginger and vitamin B2. Vitamin B2 is involved in many physiological processes of the nervous system, while Ginger and feverfew extracts help to counteract localized states of tension.

Headache remedies: what we want to fight and how

Headaches are often linked to situations of tension or stress. Musculotensive headache, also called nuchal or “posterior” headache, originates from excessive tension in the muscles of the face and neck. It has a severe, widespread character, with particular localization at the occipital level. It often has a long duration with periodic exacerbations, especially in relation to stress, atmospheric changes, cold-humid climate. The vasomotor headache, on the other hand, also called fronto-temporal, manifests itself with periodic violent painful crises and accompanied by digestive, autonomic and vascular phenomena. The most common variety is migraine.

Headache remedies: the right herbs for your problem

Lemon balm leaves have always been known for its benefits on gastrointestinal disorders, gastrointestinal spasms, restlessness, irritability and nervous tension. The fruit agnocastus, on the other hand, as ESCOP also indicates, is useful against menstrual cycle disorders (amenorrhea, mastalgia, oligomenorrhea, polymenorrhea, premenstrual syndrome). Feverfew is a natural anti-migraine par excellence, also indicated by ESCOP for migraine prophylaxis. The bitter or tansy grass (Tanacetum parthenium), is widespread spontaneously throughout the peninsula in uncultivated areas, scrublands, ruins from 0 to 1000 m (Pignatti, 1982); Research has attributed the actions of tansy to an inhibitory effect on serotonin secretion with effective control over the frequency and intensity of migraine crises. Finally, Cola acuminata is an evergreen tree from 5 to 20 meters high, and is a plant native to West Africa. In Africa some indigenous tribes eat the fresh fruit as a stimulant, anti-fatigue, energy, but also against migraines and neuralgia.

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