This is a review for NutraOrigin’s Migranalief supplement. NutraOrigin’s product claims to provide moderate to severe relief for sporadic, intense headaches. NutraOrigin further claims that their supplement can stop moderate to severe, sporadic headaches before they begin. Continue reading this article to find out if this supplement is the right product for you.
- Riboflavin, 400mg
- Feverfew Extract, 250mg
- Ginger extract, 250mg
- 5-HTP, 500mg
- Coenzyme Q10, 100mg
- Tumeric extract, 400mg
- Butterbur, 225mg
NutraOrigin recommends that individuals take 4 capsules of their supplement daily, with food. It is also recommended that individuals stay well-hydrated while taking this supplement.
A one month supply of NutraOrigin’s Migranalief supplement costs $22.00 on secondary retail sites, and contains 120 capsules. This price is concerning, because it can sometimes indicate that the product may not contain the levels stated, or may vary in quality from bottle to bottle. Upon examination of the company’s web site, no discounts or sale rates could be found, nor does NutraOrigin offer any sort of subscription program or discount club for additional savings. This may be because NutraOrigin does not sell their product directly.
What to Expect
After trying this product for 30 days consistently, I noticed some minor relief, but as this product protects mostly individuals with sporadic, random headaches, it could also be that I just didn’t experience a headache to begin with. NutraOrigin suggests using this product for at least 30 to 60 days consistently to begin to achieve the desired results. It is unclear at this point if this product will produce long term results.
Keep An Eye Out
NutraOrigin’s web site does not list any known side effects. All individuals are advised to consult a physician before starting any new supplement or regimen. This product is not recommended for individuals under the age of 18. If negative side effects do occur, immediately discontinue use and consult a physician.
As previously stated in this article, NutraOrigin does not sell their supplement directly, but instead utilizes secondary retailers. Because of this fact, there are no warranties or guarantees offered by NutraOrigin for it’s Migranalief supplement. This is concerning, as it makes individuals doubt whether or not the company stands behind it’s product. No customer reviews could be found on NutraOrigin’s web site, but were found on secondary retail sites. This reviews were mostly between moderate and low.
The Bottom Line
NutraOrigin’s Migranalief supplement seems to be a relatively well made supplement. It contains high enough levels of its active ingredients to have a noticeable impact inside the human body. Also, NutraOrigin’s web site lists several peer reviewed, scientific studies that showed the effectiveness of the specific formula that they market. What worries us are two key factors, the first of which is NutraOrigin’s refusal to sell their product directly, therefore bypassing the need to offer a guarantee that demonstrates that they stand behind their product. The second issue we have is the severely low cost. While this may be seen as a positive, we worry that $22.00 for 120 capsules may mean that the level of quality may suffer dramatically from bottle to bottle.