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Do natural remedies for migraine headaches work?
6 doctors weighed in

Dr. Julian Bragg
Neurology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Some, yes
While the data for many natural remedies is questionable, the most recent american academy of neurology guidelines for migraine prevention found that butterburr (petasites) was a reliable prophylactic agent.
The data for magnesium and riboflavin are also good, but not quite as strong.

In brief: Some, yes
While the data for many natural remedies is questionable, the most recent american academy of neurology guidelines for migraine prevention found that butterburr (petasites) was a reliable prophylactic agent.
The data for magnesium and riboflavin are also good, but not quite as strong.
Dr. Julian Bragg
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Dr. James Marx
Pain Management
2 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Petadolex®, brand of butterbur, a her hasbeen shown to reduce how often and how severe migraines affect you.
This has been verified in double blind, controlled studies. Make sure the butterbur product you buy is pa(a liver toxic alkaloid) free. Petadolex® is one of the brands that is pa free.

In brief: Yes
Petadolex®, brand of butterbur, a her hasbeen shown to reduce how often and how severe migraines affect you.
This has been verified in double blind, controlled studies. Make sure the butterbur product you buy is pa(a liver toxic alkaloid) free. Petadolex® is one of the brands that is pa free.
Dr. James Marx
Dr. James Marx
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Dr. Bennett Machanic
Contact Linpharma, online. Start with 75 mg thrice daily. Should start to control headaches within 3-4 weeks.
Dr. Mark Cantieri
Agree. Also a low inflammatory diet has helped others.
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