HeadacheFree FAQs

What are the active ingredients in HeadacheFree

HeadacheFree is a whole food supplement that contains 100% of the recommended daily vitamins. Plus it has been specially formulated to include extra amounts of riboflavin (vitamin B2) and magnesium, which are the active ingredients that have been clinically proven to reduce headache suffering.

Does HeadacheFree also contain Fever Few?

No. Fever Few use is not recommended for women who may be pregnant or nursing, for those who may be at risk of blood clots, or for those who are allergic to chrysanthemum, ragweed or daisies. HeadacheFree has been formulated to provide headache prevention benefits without the use of Fever Few.

Are there any side effects to HeadacheFree?

In some people, use of magnesium has been associated with mild gastrointestinal upset and loose stools. Since riboflavin is water-soluble, the body excretes amounts of it that the body can't use; this can cause urine to look fluorescent yellow which is normal and does not require discontinuation of product use.

Will HeadacheFree intervere with my medications

As with any medication, before taking HeadacheFree or any other vitamin or dietary supplement, you should always inform and seek the advice of your physician.

Does HeadacheFree contain gluten?

Even though the FDA has ruled that a product may be labeled “gluten free” as long as it contains gluten in amounts less than 20 parts per million, HeadacheFree has undergone more stringent gluten testing (to tolerances of <5 parts per million). While the results indicate gluten is “undetectable” in HeadacheFree, because our natural Vitamin E is derived from wheat germ, individuals with a heightened sensitivity to wheat and wheat proteins (such as those with Celiac disease) may want to avoid this product.

How is HeadacheFree different from other non-prescription remedies?

In fact, other non-prescription headache prevention products on the market today do not offer the combined benefit you get from HeadacheFree; a daily multivitamin and proven active ingredients, vitamin B2 (riboflavin) and magnesium. With other supplements formulated for headache sufferers, to get the same ingredients found in HeadacheFree, you have to take as many as 15 tablets a day. With HeadacheFree, you take just two.

Is HeadacheFree only for women?

While it's true that chronic severe headache strikes three times as many women as men, the ingredients in HeadacheFree work the same for men as for women.

Should I telll my doctor before taking HeadacheFree

For your well being, you should always tell your doctor about any type of prescription or non-prescription medicine–including all vitamins, herbs, and dietary supplements–you may be taking. Especially when it's your health, it's better to err on the side of caution.

Is HeadacheFree habit-forming

HeadacheFree is simply a daily vitamin - natural headache care, specially formulated with added amounts of vitamin B2 (riboflavin) and magnesium. HeadacheFree contains no habit-forming ingredients.

Where can I find HeadacheFree?

At present, HeadacheFree is available by ordering on-line. Orders are processed Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm EST. Orders are shipped via standard UPS ground service.

Migrastat FAQs

What are the active ingredients?

Just three: Magnesium, Ginger and Willow Bark.

How long does it take Migrastat to work?

It can take up to 2 hours for your system to absorb Migrastat. It can take up to 2 hours for your system to absorb Migrastat.

Are there any side effects to Migrastat?

There can be, for people who are sensitive to its ingredients:

Willow bark side effects: Because willow bark contains salicin, people who are allergic or sensitive to salicylates, such as aspirin, should not use Migrastat. Salicylates are not recommended during pregnancy, if you are pregnant or breastfeeding you should not take Migrastat. Consult with your physician if you take non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), regulatory or blood thinning medication before taking Migrastat. Children under the age of 16 should not take willow bark.

Ginger side effects: Consult with physician if you have gallstones

Magnesium: In some people, use of magnesium has been associated with mild gastrointestinal upset and loose stools.

Will Migrastat intervere with my medications

It can interfere with anti-inflammatories and blood thinners. As with any medication, consult your physician before taking Migrastat.

How is Migrastat different from other non-prescription remedies?

Migrastat is all natural, with no caffeine. In addition, other medications on the market do not offer our combination approach of Willow, Ginger and Magnesium, they are a single ingredient treatment (i.e. just willow bark alone).

Is HeadacheFree only for women?

While it's true that chronic severe headache strikes three times as many women as men, the ingredients in Migrastat work the same for men as for women.

Should I telll my doctor before taking Migrastat

For your well being, you should always tell your doctor about any type of prescription or non-prescription medicine–including all vitamins, herbs, and dietary supplements–you may be taking. Especially when it's your health, it's better to err on the side of caution.

Where can I find Migrastat?

At present, Migrastat is available by ordering on-line. Orders are processed Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm EST. Orders are shipped via standard UPS ground service.