Migraine Tincture is an artisanally crafted synergy of Mayernik Garden Lemon Balm and Feverfew to nurse migraines and severe headaches. Just at the peak of their readiness, the leaves of both the plants are harvested and dried meticulously to maintain their phytoconstituents levels required to cater to the cause.
This relaxing formula unwinds your tension, relaxes the muscles, and normalizes the blood flow to the brain to establish decent blood pressure and reduce the throbbing sensation. Taking Migraine Tincture upon the onset of the prodromal phase of migraine can help lessen the severity and time duration of aura, headache, and postdrome phase. Consuming it before the onset of migraine has a promising effect on reducing the chances of reaching the headache phase.
Take half to a full dropper of Migraine Tincture in water or tea. Use it once the first symptom of migraine appears. Keep consuming the product every 30 minutes until the symptoms start fading.
About the Ingredients
Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) is a tiny yet cheerful plant that is capable of bringing joy to any kitchen apothecary or yard. This 3 ft. tall herbaceous perennial has leaves that exude a lemon-like scent. Its tiny sweet white-colored flowers are brimmed with nectar that both humans and pollinating agents cannot resist.
For millennia, lemon balm is being used to comfort depression, insomnia, heart diseases, viral infections, muscular spasms, body aches, and gastrointestinal disorders. It boosts cognitive functions which help depressive mood, nervous exhaustion, memory, and focus.
Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) is a flowering herbaceous perennial that can reach a height of 30 inches and has light yellowish-green, parsley-shaped leaves that give off a pungent smell with flowers that resemble daisy in both its colors and apparent features i.e. white small petal around the bright yellow disc.
It is famous for treating severe headaches and fever. Today, it is used to treat migraines, rheumatoid arthritis, stomach pain, toothache, menstrual cramps, and insect bites. Feverfew is also a potent abortifacient and quite helpful in labor induction during childbirth. It can attenuate asthma, psoriasis, nausea, vomiting, and tinnitus.