LipiGesic M is a treatment for migraine which uses two well-researched supplements – ginger and feverfew. But why these two?
Well, for one thing there is almost no incident of adverse effects with these two treatments. That already gives them an advantage over many drug treatments.
However, there are some very specific ways in which these two fight migraine symptoms.
Feverfew is one of the best-recognized herbs used for migraine treatment. Feverfew is actually a member of the daisy family. It was long used for treatment of migraine before modern science began to confirm that it really does work.
Feverfew has been used both as a preventative for migraine and an abortive (as in LipiGesic M). For some migraineurs, it not only reduces pain but also other migraine symptoms, such as sensitivity to light or noise and even nausea.
Even more good news: Feverfew is an anti-inflammatory, may stop spasms in the blood vessels, and one study (Monica Guzman, PhD, of the University of Rochester Medical School and research team, 2005) even suggested it may have leukemia-fighting properties!
No wonder feverfew has helped so many migraineurs!
Over the last few years there has been an increased interest in ginger specifically as a nausea-fighter. Some researchers have suggested that it be taken after some surgeries and during cancer treatments. It’s also been used for motion sickness, and morning sickness during pregnancy.
But not only can ginger stop the nausea of migraine, it can have a part in killing the pain. Ginger also has anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, and is often taken for muscle pain and migraine pain.
Taken in a special combination, using the specially designed sublingual packets of LipiGesic M, you’ve got an excellent natural treatment that can help fight your migraine symptoms. You can read more about ginger and feverfew at the LipiGesic M website.
So what are you waiting for?