Basic Information: What is Dr. Mauskop’s Migralex?

Dr. Mauskop’s Migralex is the product featured in today’s review. It is claimed to be a caffeine-free, fast-acting, all-around headache relief remedy. The claim is that it works on stress, menstrual, tension, and those bad sinus headaches, as well as preventing migraines. It is available over the counter.


The ingredients contained within Migralex are listed below:

Active Ingredients

  • Aspirin (500 mg)- Used as a pain reliever and fever reducer
  • Magnesium Oxide- Used as a treatment to prevent the onset of a migraine

Inactive Ingredients

  • Hypromellose
  • Talc
  • Stearic Acid
  • Titanium Dioxide
  • Fractionated Coconut Oil
  • Maltodextrin
  • Polydextrose
  • Sodium Starch Glycolate
  • Microcrystalling Cellulose


The recommended dosage for someone who is going to take Migralex is two tablets every six hours, and not to exceed 8 tablets in a day. The tablets should be taken with a full glass of water. Children under 12 years of age should consult a doctor first before taking Migralex.


Migralex has various prices depending on where it is purchased. A direct purchase will end up costing the consumer about $47 with shipping and handling included. Amazon has it listed for less than $20. It is also available for about $20 at CVS Pharmacy. There is a deal going on the Migralex website that has a sample offer of Migralex. This deal contains two sample packs with four caplets in each pack for no purchase price, just postage and handling.

What to Expect

I get headaches pretty regularly, and since I have tried nearly everything else, I figured I would try Migralex. After taking it a few times when I got a headache, I noticed some pain relief. Of course it is not going to work for everybody or at the same speed, so keep that in mind to avoid being disappointed. Sometimes it can work in as little as a couple of hours. It might take a few doses to get any results out of it.

Keep an Eye Out

There are several potential side effects to look out for. Gastrointestinal, renal (kidney), blood side effects, hypersensitivity, and skin-related side effects have been reported. There are several other potential side effects, mostly aspirin-related. Do not take Migralex if you are allergic to aspirin. It is advised to consult a doctor before beginning to take Migralex to assess the risk of side effects. If pain gets worse, new symptoms pop up, swelling or redness occurs, ears ringing or hearing loss, fever gets worse, or you have an allergic reaction, stop use immediately and contact a doctor.

Manufacturer’s Commitment

Migralex, Inc. has a 60-day risk-free trial of Migralex. Buy Migralex and if you are not satisfied, return the remainder within 60 days to get a full refund, minus the postage and handling costs. There have been many reviews of Migralex. The majority of these are positive, with a few negative ones as well.

The Bottom Line

Migralex is a pretty decent product as headache remedies go. It does seem to work for most people and the majority of the reviews have been positive. That being said, there are some downsides to it.  First is the fact that the cost of Migralex averages out to about $20 per bottle. This is quite expensive considering that it is only aspirin. Another thing that is bad about Migralex is that in order to find more detailed information on Migralex, one has to search outside of its own website. This makes research on the product a little more difficult. After having tried Migralex, it does seem to work and is at least worth a try for a little while.

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