Manufacturer: Life Extension
Standardized Butterbur-Ginger-Riboflavin Formula
- In Germany, doctors are recommending a natural extract from the herb butterbur (Petasites hybridus) to maintain head cavity comfort
- Butterbur’s ability to relax constricted arteries and smooth muscle may help control head cavity discomfort
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Item Catalog Number: 00709
Butterbur’s principal active constituent, petasin, eases muscle discomfort and helps relax the constriction of cerebral blood vessels. Butterbur’s ability to relax constricted arteries and smooth muscle may help control head cavity discomfort.
Migra-Eeze™ contains butterbur root extract standardized to provide 22.5 mg of petasins with each daily dose of two softgels. Riboflavin (vitamin B2) and ginger are included based on the ability of these nutrients to exert functional changes that may also guard against cranial discomfort.
Serving Size 2 softgels
Servings Per Container 30
|Amount Per Serving|
|Riboflavin (vitamin B2) (as riboflavin and riboflavin 5' phosphate)||400 mg|
|Butterbur CO2 extract (root) [std. to 15% petasins (22.5 mg)]||150 mg|
|Ginger extract (root) [std. to 5% gingerols (12.5 mg)]||250 mg|
|Other ingredients: sunflower oil, gelatin, sorbitol, glycerin, beeswax, purified water, carob, lecithin.|
Migra-Eeze™ uses a patented butterbur extract carefully extracted using state-of-the-art technology to obtain key active ingredients while containing extremely low levels (<0.1 ppm) of pyrrolizidine alkaloids (PA).
Dosage and Use
Take two (2) softgels daily in divided doses with or without food or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
For optimal results, take regularly for four to six months, then reduce dose or discontinue use. If benefits subside, repeat for up to four to six months.
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- Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2010 May 1;67(9):705-11.