Basic Information: What is Migraine Max?
Today’s review features Migraine Max, made by Maxi-Health Research LLC. This product is a natural supplement that is designed to treat the symptoms of migraines and work on preventing future migraines. At the very least, it is designed to reduce the severity of migraine symptoms. It is also a gluten free and fully vegetarian product, so it will accommodate the sensibilities of vegetarians.
The following is a list of the active and inactive ingredients contained in Migraine Max by Maxi-Health Research LLC.
- Pantothenic Acid-
- Riboflavin- Increases oxygen efficiency and works to prevent migraines
- Feverfew- Works as a migraine symptom prevention
- Butterbur Extract- Used as a migraine prevention.
- Magnesium- Used to decrease likelihood of future migraines as magnesium levels in migraine sufferers are traditionally low.
- Vitamin B6- Assists in serotonin production to prevent migraines
- Bromelain- Contains anti-inflammatory properties
- Coenzyme Q10- Promotes brain energy to prevent migraines
- Ginger Root Extract- Works as a pain reliever.
- Rice Flour
- Gum Arabic
- Vegetable Stearate
- Vegetable Cellulose
The adult dosing instructions for Migraine Max are as follows: Four Migraine Max capsules (or Maxicaps as they are referred to by the manufacturer) should be taken during the day, preferably with meals. This makes the 120 capsule bottle a 30-day supply. This is the regimen to follow unless otherwise directed.
The regular price for Migraine Max is about $69, but is listed on several websites for about $45 or less. After doing extensive research, no discounts or subscription options or information could be found at this time.
What to Expect
I suffer from migraines and have a dislike for prescription drugs, even if they are effective. So, I decided to try Migraine Max, made by Maxi-Health Research, LLC. I started taking them every day as it is not strictly a symptom relief medicine, but a preventative measure as well. I got a migraine about a week after I started taking the supplement. I did notice a slight difference in the severity of the migraine, but only slightly. This is not to say that it will not work better for someone else. I got another migraine about a month after I began taking Migraine Max. My symptoms improved a little bit more, but not as much as I would have liked. So, it takes a little while for it to begin to have an effect.
Keep an Eye Out
After thorough research, there has been no evidence of warnings with regard to side effects. A general warning would be to those who may be allergic to any of the ingredients contained within Migraine Max. Additionally, pregnant women or nursing mothers should consult a doctor before taking Migraine Max. Anyone who is on medications or has health issues should consult a doctor before taking Migraine Max. If symptoms persist, consult a doctor before continuing to take Migraine Max. Children should be kept away from this product.
At this time, research has not shown any sort of guarantee from the manufacturer. This fact does not provide much in the way of comfort, especially considering the price of the supplement.
The Bottom Line
Migraine Max does have some good qualities. It is an all-natural alternative to prescription migraine remedies, and it is also vegetarian-friendly. The downside is that there does not appear to be any guarantee of the product. The price is a bit high as well.