Akeso Migrelief migraine supplement Review

Akeso Migrelief Review

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Dylan Wingate BScPhm, RPh

What is Akeso Migrelief?

Migrelief is a dietary supplement that is made from a variety of ingredients that are formulated to offer relief from migraines. MIgraines can be debilitating and painful and you want to know that the treatment you are taking will offer quick and effective relief. This review is going to take a closer look at Akeso Migrelief to learn more about how this product works and to see if it’s worth trying out for relief from migraines. The manufacturer claims that their supplement is designed to provide nutritional support for migraine sufferers.

Ingredients

  • Riboflavin (Vitamin B12) – 400 mg
  • Magnesium (citrate and Oxide) – 360 mg
  • Puracol Feverfew (whole leaf and extract) – 100 mg

Other Ingredients: Dextrates, powdered cellulose, vegetable gum, stearic acid, sodium starch glycolate and silicon dioxide.

Puracol is a proprietary combination of whole leaf feverfew that is high in naturally occurring phytochemicals and a unique feverfew extract high in parthenolides. A link has been found between migraine sufferers and Vitamin B12 deficiency. It is also necessary for growth and the production of red blood cells. Magnesium is needed for proper nerve function and it is thought that a Magnesium deficiency is linked to migraines.

Dosage

The recommended dosage is one caplet twice a day, preferably with a meal. Migrelief should be taken daily and it is designed to provide benefits within the ninety-day build-up period. You should continue use if you notice benefits.

This product is not intended for those who are pregnant, nursing or under the age of two.

What is the Cost?

You can purchase this supplement directly from the manufacturer and from third-party retailers. One 60-capsule bottle costs $19.99 on the manufacturer’s website. They also offer the option to purchase a package of three bottles for $54.99 or a package of six bottles for $109.98.

Manufacturer’s Guarantee

The manufacturer has a 30-day return policy that only applies to unopened and unused items that were purchased directly from their website. You will be deducted a fee of $7.99 from the refund amount for handling charges. You cannot get a refund on orders of only one bottle or repeat orders.

Our Final Review of Akeso Migrelief

Migrelief appears to be a promising supplement that can possibly offer you relief from migraines. It comes in easy to take caplets for convenience and it is made backed by a manufacturer’s guarantee which is always reassuring when looking into a product. However, while they do offer a guarantee, their policy is weak and limited. They only offer thirty days to receive a refund and that is only for products that are unopened and unused. This means that if you purchase Migrelief, try it and find that it doesn’t work for you or you experience adverse side effects, you cannot get your money back. Furthermore, the consumer feedback we saw regarding this product is negative. Consumers reported that after continuously taking Migrelief they did not get any relief from their migraines. Taking these factors into consideration, you are better off choosing a migraine treatment that is backed by a strong manufacturer’s guarantee for consumer protection and one that has positive consumer feedback that speak to the integrity of the product.

What is Akeso Migrelief? Migrelief is a dietary supplement that is made from a variety of ingredients that are formulated to offer relief from migraines. MIgraines can be debilitating and painful and you want to know that the treatment you are taking will offer quick and effective relief. This review…
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Dylan received a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy and has also completed an Accredited Canadian Hospital Pharmacy Residency Program. He is a registered pharmacist in Toronto, and is a strong advocate not only for the drugs he dispenses, but also for alternative therapies and herbal medicine in order to improve the efficacy of those prescribed drugs. Dylan believes passionately in a holistic view of medicine and because of this sticks to the Whole30 diet as well as working out regularly. He loves exercising outdoors - swimming during the summer and playing ice hockey during the freezing Canadian winter months.


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