Migraine Stop Review
Anyone who has experienced a migraine before can agree that it is very unpleasant and depending on the severity can knock you off your feet for a couple of days. While most migraines are left undiagnosed and untreated, many who experience them often seek relief in the form of medication or natural supplements. The market is flooded with products, each one claiming to cure and treat them rapidly. Today we are taking a closer look at one of those products. Migraine Stop is a daily natural supplement that prides itself on using a precise ratio of quality ingredients such as Magnesium and Vitamins that reduce the frequency and severity of migraine symptoms. There are many factors that cause migraines such as diet, deficiencies and lack of sleep. In this review of Migraine Stop, we take a look at the ingredients and facts to see if this product is effective.
- 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
- Magnesium Stearate
- Vege Caps
Magnesium deficiency is a common cause of migraines, A daily intake of magnesium promotes a healthy immune system as it is responsible for enzyme function, producing proteins and energy and ensures proper nerve function. Vitamin B6, Vitamin B3, and Zinc Amino Acid Chelate boost energy levels, reduce fatigue and increase the bioavailability of magnesium. Folinic Acid, Viburnum Opulus, and Passionflower have anti-inflammatory properties which reduce tension, pain, and cramps. Consumers who are looking for relief from nausea caused by migraines may be disappointed as there are no ingredients such as ginger present in this formula.
The recommended dosage for those who suffer from mild or occasional migraines is two tablets once a day with meals. For cases that are more severe and frequent take two tablets once a day for two weeks and increase the dosage to three tablets once a day thereafter. The capsules can be opened and the contents can be mixed into beverages for those who have difficulty swallowing capsules. Should anyone be taking antibiotics it best to take this supplement a few hours after you have taken the antibiotic as magnesium can reduce the effectiveness of antibiotics. Results may only be seen after two consistent weeks of taking Migraine Stop.
A single bottle of Migraine Stop which contains 90 capsules retails for $49.95. This price is apparently discounted from the original $69.99. There are no discounts available for single purchases, however, there is a monthly subscription option that offers a 10% discount. As with any auto-ship program, consumers should be cautious as there may be hidden costs and your card can be debited at any time and you may not be able to get a refund on those hidden costs.
High doses of magnesium may cause diarrhea and possible stomach cramps. It is always advisable to consult with your doctor before taking any supplement.
Fortunately, there is a money back guarantee if consumers are dissatisfied with the results, however, there is no information on how many days you can return the product and if this applies to bottles that have already been opened. There is also no clarity on if the subscription will be canceled immediately or if you have to give a certain period notice before canceling. This could be a hassle and you may be debited even after you have asked for a refund on products already received.
Migraine Stop Review – The Bottom Line
Migraine Stop does have some potential and may offer some relief from a few symptoms caused by migraines with their magnesium based formula, however, it does not necessarily mean that it targets the root of the problem which prevents future attacks. The formula is only targeted to relieve pain and cramps and does not focus on other symptoms such as nausea or impaired oxygen or circulation. This product is also expensive, there are cheaper options available on the market that include ingredients such as Riboflavin, Ginger, and Butterbur which have all been proven to target the cause of migraines and relieve each symptom associated with migraines. When taking a look at customer reviews we found many complaints about the side effects, price and most importantly the guarantee. Many who have asked for a refund and those lucky enough to get a response have been told to take a higher dosage and to keep trying. Some who have purchased this product are still trying to get hold of the company without any success. The guarantee seems to be a facade and consumers should be very cautious. A product is only as good as it’s companies service and unfortunately, this one doesn’t seem to uphold its promises to clients. Based on the generic formula, the service and price, we simply cannot recommend using Migraine Stop as a trusted supplement for relief from migraines.