Migraine Stop solution for migraines Review

Migraine Stop Review

Samantha Somerson
What is Migraine Stop? Migraine Stop is a dietary supplement that is made from a variety of ingredients that are designed to reduce painful migraines. There are a plethora of migraine treatments currently available on the market, each offering different benefits and it can be hard to navigate through them…
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What is Migraine Stop?

Migraine Stop is a dietary supplement that is made from a variety of ingredients that are designed to reduce painful migraines. There are a plethora of migraine treatments currently available on the market, each offering different benefits and it can be hard to navigate through them to know which is right for you. This review is going to take a closer look at Migraine Stop to learn more information about how this product works and to see if it’s worth trying out. The manufacturer claims that Migraine stop is an all natural daily supplement that has helped many people who suffer from minor to severe migraines. They claim that their product is effective because of the quality and precise ratios of their ingredients.

Ingredients

  • Magnesium Acid Chelate – 1200 mg
  • Magnesium Orotate – 195 mg
  • Magnesium Citrate – 300 mg
  • Vitamin B6 – 75 mg
  • Vitamin B3 – 45 mg
  • Folinic Acid – 900 mcg
  • Zinc Amino Acid Chelate – 60 mg
  • Viburnum Opulus – 600 mg
  • Passionflower – 300 mg

Other Ingredients: Magnesium Stearate, Silica, Vege Caps

Magnesium is necessary for synthesizing proteins in the mitochondria and for generating energy in most of the body’s basic cellular reactions. Vitamin B6 helps your body use serotonin and dopamine which are two neurotransmitters that are necessary for normal nerve cells communication. Studies have shown that those experiencing a migraine have lower levels of serotonin. Viburnum Opulus is known to relieve muscle cramps and can reduce the pain of a migraine.

Dosage

The manufacturer recommends who those who have occasional migraines or headaches to take two capsules daily, with food. For those who experience chronic migraines, you should take two capsules daily, with food for two weeks then begin taking three capsules daily thereafter. You should take the capsules all at once for best results as opposed to spreading it out through the day.

If you are pregnant, nursing or under medical supervision, you should talk to your doctor before taking this supplement.

What is the Cost?

You can purchase Migraine Stop directly from the manufacturer and from third-party retailers. We found one 90-capsule bottle online for $49.95. They offer the option to subscribe for automatic refills and save 10% on your future orders.

Manufacturer’s Guarantee

We were unable to find any mention of a manufacturer’s guarantee and it appears that they do not offer one.

Our Final Review of Migraine Stop

Migraine Stop appears to be a promising product that can potentially help alleviate painful migraines. It comes in easy to take capsules for convenience and it is made from a variety of all natural ingredients. However, Migraine Stop is not backed by a manufacturer’s guarantee. The lack of a guarantee implicates the manufacturer’s lack of confidence in their product’s ability. It also means that if you purchase Migraine Stop and are unsatisfied in any way, you cannot get your money back. Furthermore, the price per bottle is expensive relative to most other migraine treatments we have seen on the market. If you follow the manufacturer’s directions, one bottle can last you a month but they do not offer any discounted bulk purchasing packages to make it financially easier to continuously take this product for relief from migraines. With so many different migraine treatments available on the market, you are better off choosing one that is backed by a strong manufacturer’s guarantee for consumer protection and one that is reasonably priced or offers affordable bulk purchasing packages.


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