MigraElements: a natural product to reduce frequency and intensity of migraine symptoms

MigraElements: a natural product to reduce frequency and intensity of migraine symptoms

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MigraElements

A 100% natural remedy for Migraine.
Is natural a dietary supplement based on dry extracts of FEVERFEW and SILVERWILLOW.
It contains secondary plant materials and copper.

1 Box contains 60 tablets 

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MigraElements

A 100% natural remedy for Migraine.
Is natural a dietary supplement based on dry extracts of FEVERFEW and SILVERWILLOW.
It contains secondary plant materials and copper.

1 Box contains 60 tablets 

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Europe and USA East 24h Other Country 48h


MigraElements

100% Natural supplement based on dry extracts of FEVERFEW and SILVERWILLOW.
It contains secondary plant materials and copper.
A 100% natural remedy for Migraine.

MigraElements is an exclusive formula based on Feverfew, Silverwillow and Copper

Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium L.) (Asteraceae) is a medicinal plant traditionally used for the treatment of fevers, migraine headaches, rheumatoid arthritis, stomach aches, toothaches, insect bites, infertility, and problems with menstruation and labor during childbirth.
The feverfew herb has a long history of use in traditional and folk medicine, especially among Greek and early European herbalists. Feverfew has also been used for psoriasis, allergies, asthma, tinnitus, dizziness, nausea, and vomiting.
The plant contains a large number of natural products, but the active principles probably include one or more of the sesquiterpene lactones known to be present, including parthenolide.
MigraElements contains best quality available of feverfew.
Other potentially active constituents include flavonoid glycosides and pinenes.
It has multiple pharmacologic properties, such as anti-inflammatory, cardiotonic, antispasmodic, an emmenagogue, and as an enema for worms. In this review, we have explored the various dimensions of the feverfew plant and compiled its vast pharmacologic applications to comprehend and synthesize the subject of its potential image of multipurpose medicinal agent.
The plant is widely cultivated to large regions of the world and its importance as a medicinal plant is growing substantially with increasing and stronger reports in support of its multifarious therapeutic uses.

Silverwillow (Salix Alba) has long been used in Europe and China for the attempted treatment of these conditions.
This remedy is also mentioned in texts from ancient Egypt, Sumer, and Assyria.
The first "clinical trial" was reported by Reverend Edward Stone, a vicar from Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire, England, in 1763 with a successful treatment of malarial fever with the willow bark.
The bark is often macerated in ethanol to produce a tincture.
The active extract of the bark, called salicin, after the Latin name Salix, was isolated to its crystalline form in 1828 by Henri Leroux, a French pharmacist, and Raffaele Piria, an Italian chemist, who then succeeded in separating out the acid in its pure state.
Salicylic acid, like aspirin, is a chemical derivative of salicin.

MigraElements:

The medical boards and guidelines consider migraine as an unhealable neurologic disease with genetic causes.

Contrary to this instructive opinion, a lot of therapists, are reporting therapy success with complementary approaches to this disease.

Dr. med. Ulrich Selz, a German expert of migraine, says that nearly every patient with migraine can improve with some diagnostics and therapeutical basics in addition to the common approach to just give pain medication.

He found out, that the treatment of the hormone system, of heavy metals, of the dysbiosis of the intestines or the change of the diet can have tremendous improvements of the strength and the frequency of the headache.
Spending some years in a specialized clinic for migraine patients, Dr. Selz felt helpless in treating patients with complicated migraines.
He learned, that just following the guidelines is not the best approach to understand causes of migraines.

Because the main focus of guidelines are treating the pain, I had to search for another solution to explore the reasons.”, so Dr. Selz.

“When I started to treat my first migraine patients in our clinic, I was very surprised, that a lot of patients were not happy with standard therapy with painkillers. They did it for a few years, and took the pain medication. But when the years are passing by and the patients get older, nearly everybody asks himself, if the longtime intake of painkillers is harmless.

That’s the point, when people are beginning to search opportunities for additional therapy approaches.

It was very hard to realise, that I also was a doctor, who only could prescribe pain killers. At this point of time, I couldn’t imagine, that I once would find clear patterns and reasons to treat migraine.”, Dr. Selz says. He found out that in other medical systems, such as the traditional Chinese medicine, the diagnosis migraine is actually not existing. Even more: He learned, that in this part of the world, the doctors are always searching for causes for migraine.
In the traditional chinese medicine system, a cause for migraine could be a liver weakness, for example. Dr. med. U. Selz combined the knowledge of the traditional Chinese medicine with the upcoming, new technologies in laboratory medicine.
In every patient he analyzed the functionality of the metabolism with the newest and most sophisticated laboratory investigations. The findings were surprising. Nearly every patient with migraine had blood parameters, which were out of the normal range.

But even more: Dr. Selz found, that mostly always the same organ systems showed a weakness or even a failure in migraine patients. Over the years he studied the contexts between his laboratory results and the conditions of the patients. He developed his migraine protocols and defined eight different types of migraine causes.

He named them “8 migraine types” and developed a protocol for each single type. For example: As far as many woman suffer from hormonal migraine, one of the most important findings of Dr. Selz is the role of the hormone progesterone. A deficiency of progesterone and the connection of the hormonal system to the intoxication with heavy metals, opended his eyes.
When you analyze the weakest parts of the body and treat them consequently, then nearly every patient with migraine makes improvements.”, Dr. Selz says. In his eyes, one of the most misunderstandings is the early prescription of the birth control pill in early years. “Mostly the doctors consider the birth control pill as a good solution for many girls, when the migraine starts at the teenager age. Often this is finally successful, but in the background a real severe hormonal problem can be develope.
The ovarial function has not to be suppressed, because it is weak anyhow – it has to be strengthened! The most migraines in the teenager age can be controlled by giving herbal medicine and the avoidance of chemical contraception.”

Where does migraine come from?

Migraines are severe, recurring, and painful headaches. They can be preceded or accompanied by sensory warning signs and other symptoms. The extreme pain that migraines cause can last for hours or even days. According to the American Migraine Association, they affect 36 million Americans, or approximately 12 percent of the population. Migraines can follow an aura of sensory disturbances followed by a severe headache that often appears on one side of the head. They tend to affect people aged 15 to 55 years. Fast facts on migraines: Some people who experience migraines can clearly identify triggers or factors that cause the headaches, such as allergies, light, and stress. Some people get a warning symptom before the start of the migraine headache. Many people with migraine can prevent a full-blown attack by recognizing and acting upon the warning signs. Over-the-counter (OTC) medications can eliminate or reduce pain, and specific medications can help some people with migraine. People who have severe attacks can take preventive medicines. Triggers The cause of migraines is not yet known. It is suspected that they result from abnormal activity in the brain. This can affect the way nerves communicate as well as the chemicals and blood vessels in the brain. Genetics may make someone more sensitive to the triggers that can cause migraines. However, the following triggers are likely to set off migraines: Hormonal changes: Women may experience migraine symptoms during menstruation, due to changing hormone levels. Emotional triggers: Stress, depression, anxiety, excitement, and shock can trigger a migraine. Physical causes: Tiredness and insufficient sleep, shoulder or neck tension, poor posture, and physical overexertion have all been linked to migraines. Low blood sugar and jet lag can also act as triggers. Triggers in the diet: Alcohol and caffeine can contribute to triggering migraines. Some specific foods can also have this effect, including chocolate, cheese, citrus fruits, and foods containing the additive tyramine. Irregular mealtimes and dehydration have also been named as potential triggers. Medications: Some sleeping pills, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) medications, and the combined contraceptive pill have all been named as possible triggers. Triggers in the environment: Flickering screens, strong smells, second-hand smoke, and loud noises can set off a migraine. Stuffy rooms, temperature changes, and bright lights are also possible triggers.

What is migraine?
In a broad sense, migraine is a headache.
It is a condition marked by recurring moderate to severe headache with throbbing pain that usually lasts from four hours to three days, typically begins on one side of the head but may spread to both sides, is often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light or sound, and is sometimes preceded by an aura and is often followed by fatigue.

Medical guidelines definition of Migraine:

"Migraine is relatively easy to define in clinical terms. One is said to have migraine if within his/her lifetime there have occurred 5 or more attacks of unprovoked headache lasting 4-72 hours, severe enough to markedly restrict or even prohibit routine daily activity and accompanied by nausea or light/ sound sensitivity. Note that the clinical definition of migraine does not require the headache to be pulsatile (“throbbing”) or lateralized to one side of the head: although such features are common in migraine, they are far from invariable. Nor does the diagnosis of migraine require the occurrence of aura symptoms, visual or otherwise; only 20-25% of migraineurs ever experience aura, and in that minority who do there are relatively few who experience aura with each and every attack. Finally, the headache of migraine need not be intense or disabling on every occasion; some migraine attacks may involve no headache whatsoever (aura without headache), and many attacks may involve headache that is mild in intensity and more reminiscent of tension type headache than what one typically associates with migraine."

A NEW APPROACH - INTERVIEW WITH THE GERMAN EXPERT Dr.med. Ulrich Selz The medical boards and guidelines consider migraine as an unhealable neurologic disease with genetic causes. Contrary to this instructive opinion, a lot of therapists, are reporting therapy success with complementary approaches to this disease. Dr. med. Ulrich Selz, a German expert of migraine, says that nearly every patient with migraine can improve with some diagnostics and therapeutical basics in addition to the common approach to just give pain medication. He found out, that the treatment of the hormone system, of heavy metals, of the dysbiosis of the intestines or the change of the diet can have tremendous improvements of the strength and the frequency of the headache. Spending some years in a specialized clinic for migraine patients, Dr. Selz felt helpless in treating patients with complicated migraines. He learned, that just following the guidelines is not the best approach to understand causes of migraines. “Because the main focus of guidelines are treating the pain, I had to search for another solution to explore the reasons.”, so Dr. Selz. “When I started to treat my first migraine patients in our clinic, I was very surprised, that a lot of patients were not happy with standard therapy with painkillers. They did it for a few years, and took the pain medication. But when the years are passing by and the patients get older, nearly everybody asks himself, if the longtime intake of painkillers ist harmless. That’s the point, when people are beginning to search opportunities for additional therapy approaches. It was very hard to realise, that I also was a doctor, who only could prescribe pain killers. At this point of time, I couldn’t imagine, that I once would find clear patterns and reasons to treat migraine.”, Dr. Selz says. He found out that in other medical systems, such as the traditional Chinese medicine, the diagnosis migraine is actually not existing. Even more: He learned, that in this part of the world, the doctors are always searching for causes for migraine. In the traditional chinese medicine system, a cause for migraine could be a liver weakness, for example. Dr. med. U. Selz combined the knowledge of the traditional Chinese medicine with the upcoming, new technologies in laboratory medicine. In every patient he analyzed the functionality of the metabolism with the newest and most sophisticated laboratory investigations. The findings were surprising. Nearly every patient with migraine had blood parameters, which were out of the normal range. But even more: Dr. Selz found, that mostly always the same organ systems showed a weakness or even a failure in migraine patients. Over the years he studied the contexts between his laboratory results and the conditions of the patients. He developed his migraine protocols and defined eight different types of migraine causes. He named them “8 migraine types” and developed a protocol for each single type. For example: As far as many woman suffer from hormonal migraine, one of the most important findings of Dr. Selz is the role of the hormone progesterone. A deficiency of progesterone and the connection of the hormonal system to the intoxication with heavy metals, opended his eyes. “When you analyze the weakest parts of the body and treat them consequently, then nearly every patient with migraine makes im-provements.”, Dr. Selz says. In his eyes, one of the most misunderstandings is the early prescription of the birth control pill in early years. “Mostly the doctors consider the birth control pill as a good solution for many girls, when the migraine starts at the teenager age. Often this is finally successful, but in the background a real severe hormonal problem can be develope. The ovarial function has not to be suppressed, because it is weak anyhow – it has to be strengthened! The most migraines in the teenager age can be controlled by giving herbal medicine and the avoidance of chemical contraception.” Intestine as second brain! Another example is the functionality of the intestine. If enzymes and special sorts of bacteria are missing, a lot of toxins will be produced in the gut. The toxins will be resorbed in the blood vessels and the reaction of the body is the contraction of the blood vessels. This leads to migraine, of there is an tendency to easy get an headache. If nobody investigates these important metabolic connections, they stay unrecognized for the hole life. A classical “migraine carrer” is coming up. In his experience, a lot of patients prefer to avoid painkillers because of side effects -even when the painkillers help. "The longer the disease is present, the more the patients are interested in a causal solution finding an causal therapy options.”, so Dr. Selz. “As long as I was very specific with my division into 8 different migraine types, my biggest dream was to find a generally effective biological medicine against the pain.” To find that alternative, Dr. Selz reviewed a lot of studies with supplements and herbal medicine. He found out, that the combination of Feverfew and Salix Alba is investigated very well by a lot of studies. He was wondering, why this kind of therapy was not wildly held and more popular. In Great Britain, the use of Feverfew is a very traditional recipe for treating migraines. Embedded in his whole therapy concept, Dr. Selz defined a recipe for a herbal supplement with Feverfew and Salix Alba. So our laboratory combined the best raw material available with Dr. Selz medical experiences and develope MigraElements formula. Even more: there are a lot of studies with vitamins and minerals. But Dr. Selz found out, that often the dosage is too high for a permanent use. That's why he investigated a second formula with vitamin B2, B6, E, selenium and coenzyme Q10. "All in all, I am very happy to have two more options which are based on scientific studies. It is a good complement to the official guidelines for migraine therapy".

The 8 TYPES of migraine

The eight types of migraine are part of a methodology that classifies the most common cause-effect relationships that trigger migraine.
Most people who suffer of migraine in many cases have never seriously considered the possibility of investigating their disorder with a new perspective.

The EIGHT TYPES OF MIGRAINE are therefore an additional classification of diagnostic categories also useful for stimulation and help for patients and therapists who want to investigate migraines from a new perspective.
Below the type classification ordered according to the origin / cause:

1) The INTESTINAL type

The digestive process is a very complex process with different interdependencies on the organism's organic functions.
It is possible that headaches and neck pains originate in the intestine, and therefore it is possible to support the body with particular attention to all the factors that influence intestinal activity.
Intestine, the second brain: during digestion, the microbial flora releases a series of substances used in the brain tissue: fundamental neurotransmitters such as serotonin and histamine. The analytical study of blood and biological values in patients suffering from migraine is of fundamental importance: in fact recent studies have shown that low levels of cerebral serotonin are strongly associated with migraine, and this is why we often prescribe drugs that fall into the category of triptans. Triptans are molecules very similar to serotonin, so their intake reproduces in the brain an optimal condition, reducing inflammation and therefore pain: unfortunately these are drugs with heavy side effects when used in the medium to long term. Histamine is equally important as patients with headaches have a higher concentration of this substance. The connection between migraine and intestinal activity: the two molecules just mentioned, are derived from the digestion of food at the intestinal level, thanks to the digestive action of microbial flora. If your gut is not working well, it is likely that your microbial flora does not have an adequate composition; involves a high risk of a direct alteration in the production of serotonin and histamine which may be among the triggers of a migraine attack.

2) The HORMONAL type

This category concerns in particular the female sex. Women suffering from migraines normally experience migraine attacks in the days immediately before the onset of the menstrual cycle, during the week of the cycle and for 2/3 days after the end of menstruation. Hormonal changes are obvious triggers of migraine and menstruation lead to regular hormonal fluctuations. Although the connection between the migraine crisis and the onset of the menstrual cycle is very evident, the effect of the hormonal imbalances must be investigated in depth. Often to identify and determine these imbalances it is necessary to perform specific blood tests to assess the subjective situation and to evaluate with the specialist doctor the need for balancing.
A valid natural support for the woman in PRE-MENOPAUSE or MENOPAUSE can be a specific mixture of bio-identical hormones.

3) The LIVER type

One of the main functions of the liver is to purify the blood of toxins. Every day the liver of a man in adulthood is crossed by about 2000 liters of blood. A high concentration of heavy metals and / or toxins of various kinds in the blood can cause a strong stress on the liver in the medium to long term, leading to a reduction in function with consequent damage to its endocrine and exocrine function. This could also directly and indirectly affect the other organs involved in vascular regulation. An accumulation of heavy metals can therefore be responsible for a deficit in the spontaneous detoxification mechanisms put in place by the human body with the risk of generating health problems including migraines Heavy metals play a special role in migraine. Their accumulation in the body blocks the natural detoxification mechanisms, which can lead to serious health problems - including migraines.

4) The BLOOD SUGAR TYPE/HISTAMINE TYPE

Sugar, of which the food industry often induces excessive consumption and abuse, directly affects the glycemic level. It is essential to maintain a balanced level of blood glucose concentration. Glucose is the essential nutrient for all cells that take it directly from the It is obvious that people who take carbohydrates several times a day are hypoglycemic. In this case too an interdisciplinary approach is fundamental: sport, diet and a healthy lifestyle are however the fundamental basis for a path of conscious health.

5) The HYTAMINIC type

This type of migraine is very common and is triggered by the high presence of histamine and tyramine. Histamine is a nitrogenous compound involved in the digestive mechanisms, in particular it originates by decarboxylation of the amino acid L-histidine, through a catalyzed reaction of the enzyme histinine decarboxylase. In this case the migraine attack is an immediate consequence of nutrition. Histamine is in fact widely used in the food industry in order to prolong food conservation over time. In general, there is little information regarding the effects of histamine, in fact, most of the European population considers histamine solely responsible for seasonal allergic reactions.

6) The STRESS TYPE

It is known that there is a direct relationship between stress and headaches: it is a constant pain, almost like a rubber band (or tensile muscle) that presses s. For some time, it has been known that migraine and stress inevitably belong together. Many patients suffer an attack during a stressful period. Others get them in the recovery phase; typically on weekends. But what is stress? How can you measure it? How do you manage it? How can you reduce it? Now you can measure stress with lab tests. It has been shown that therapies to reduce stress have a positive effect on migraine. But it is worth taking a step forward and not only addressing the stress response in the mental field, but also reducing it to the physical level. For this you can use some supplements.

7) The GALLBLADDER TYPE

In TCM, the most common area of migraine pain is the head of the gallbladder meridian. The gall bladder plays a special role in migraine. The thickening of the gall bladder secretion can lead to bile blockage. This causes head pain because the gall bladder maintains nerve and fascial connections to the head. An adapted nutritional concept and an adjunct therapy of the hormone system give you the chance to treat the cause of gallbladder disorders.

8) The METABOLIC type

If several physical weaknesses work together, it can lead to metabolic disorders. This complicates the patient's health situation, because the search for the first cause is made more difficult. The sum of metabolic interruptions can trigger violent migraine attacks. The correction of these conditions is medically demanding and takes longer than the other types of migraines.

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INGREDIENTS: Feverfew e.s. (Tanacetum parthenium L. SCH BIP: grass with flowers, 0.5% partenolides), Willow e.s. (Salix alba L .: bark, 30% salicin), anti-caking agents: silicon dioxide and magnesium salts of fatty acids;
Copper gluconate; bulking agent: microcrystalline cellulose;

USE & DOSAGE: Take 1 tablet per day with a glass of water.

Supplement Facts per 1 tab
Tanacetum parthenium 300 mg
Willow e.s. 300 mg
which salicin 90 mg
Copper 1 mg

*Recommended Daily Allowance

WARNING: Keep product in a cool, dry place, and protected from light.

The expiry date applies if product is properly stored and its package is not damaged.
Do not exceed recommended daily dosage. Keep out of the reach of children.
Do not take in case of individual hypersensitivity or allergy to one or more components.
Do not take during pregnancy.
Dietary supplements should not be used as a substitute of a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.


NET WEIGHT: 60 g (60 tablets)



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