Migranol™ contains an extract of feverfew, a traditional herb that has been used since the first century and is known for its ability to support a healthy inflammatory response. Curcuminoids and rosemary are also included for their antioxidant properties as well as their role in supporting a balanced inflammatory response. Magnesium is added for its effects on muscle relaxation.**
Feverfew: This plant, related to daisies, is native to the Balkans and
was used in Ancient Greece for cooling the natural inflammatory
states in the body. Its active constituents support a healthy
inflammatory response and are particularly useful during nervous
irritability, to promote a calm and relaxing state. Feverfew has also
been studied extensively for its ability to support muscle relaxation
throughout the body, including the delicate walls of blood vessels.
Rosemary Extract: This natural herbal extract demonstrates powerful
antioxidant properties, which support the body’s natural defenses
against oxidative damage. Some studies show rosemary extract to
be an even more potent antioxidant than vitamin C, perhaps the
most well-known free radical scavenger. Rosemary also possesses
properties that support a normal inflammation response. Its active
compound, carnosic acid, is especially protective of the brain and
neurological system, and supports mental health and wellness.
Curcumin: This compound is responsible for the bold yellow color of turmeric, a root commonly used in its
dried and powdered form in Indian cooking. Curcumin consists of several slightly differing compounds, called
“curcuminoids,” the combined effects of which are attributed to curcumin as a whole. The curcumin in this product
consists of the three strongest, most protective and best-researched curcuminoids: curcumin, bisdemethoxy
curcumin, and demethoxy curcumin. These curcuminoids are highly touted for their ability to support a healthy
inflammatory response in the body and are known to be powerful antioxidants.
Magnesium: A 150-pound adult body contains approximately 20-30 grams of magnesium, 30% of which is stored
in the liver, heart, and muscles. One of the body’s most abundant minerals, magnesium is a natural muscle relaxer
and therefore may help with occasional tension and stiffness, and may offer a relaxing effect for both body and
mind. Another mechanism behind magnesium’s effects is healthy vasodilation—relaxation and expansion of blood
vessels, which may ease blood flow.
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2): This nutrient is required for the enzyme that helps recycle glutathione, the body’s
“master antioxidant.” Overt riboflavin deficiency is rare, but suboptimal levels may lead to, among other things,
sensitivity to light, which can be a trigger for occasional nervous tension.
Recommended Use: As a dietary supplement, take three capsules per day, or as directed by your health care practitioner.
** These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.