Has anyone with migraine auras tried this with success?

26 Answers

Freida92
Answered 5 months ago    reply

Don't bother


haney.justine66
Answered 5 months ago    reply

It did absolutely nothing for me.


slothful.Ina
Answered 5 months ago    reply

What's in it?

trinidad_jeanette
Answered 5 months ago    reply

If it's homeopathic, it will contain water, air, prayers, smushed up leaves, and the sound of a hedgehog sneezing.

slothful.Ina
Answered 5 months ago    reply

It doesn't even adequately state the purpose of each ingredient. Ughs. So much bad.

Badger.M
Answered 5 months ago    reply

jeanette omg my husband would love your response

trinidad_jeanette
Answered 5 months ago    reply

I'm not a fan of homeopathy - did anyone guess? It gives me uncontrollable rage.

slothful.Ina
Answered 5 months ago    reply

As it should. We need less nonsense, not more.

trinidad_jeanette
Answered 5 months ago    reply

Ina - hell yeah!

slothful.Ina
Answered 5 months ago    reply

I've been advocating for it for a while.

trinidad_jeanette
Answered 5 months ago    reply

If homeopathy were incredibly cheap, I wouldn't care. The placebo effect is a thing, and if it works for you, great. But homeopathy isn't cheap, and it preys on desperate people who have tried everything, and will try anything else in the hope that it works. That's why it pisses me off. Bastards.


grandiose.nevels
Answered 5 months ago    reply

Never heard of it


ArlaWorkman
Answered 5 months ago    reply

I bought it, took it once but never really noticed anything.


Lashell.Hewett
Answered 5 months ago    reply

Bummer! I was so hopeful


Laure
Answered 5 months ago    reply

I have done Motrin migraine, but it has only helped one of my migraine headaches.


a.thomasina81
Answered 5 months ago    reply

Didn't do anything.


sshila99
Answered 5 months ago    reply

It can lessen one for me if I take it the very first inkling of a migraine. It doesn’t touch a high level migraine at all. I do enjoy most of Hyland’s items though. Especially their Calms Forte. The flu care helps too when sick.


Frida.rash
Answered 5 months ago    reply

I will try ! I am willing to try anything


Chisholm_Della
Answered 5 months ago    reply

It's homeopathic. That translates to tiny amounts of ingredients dissolved in water, shaken elaborately for a considerable time, diluted so many times that NOT ONE MOLECULE OF THE INGREDIENT IS LEFT IN SOLUTION, and the resulting pure water poured over sugar pills.

Caveat emptor.


hellish_wave
Answered 5 months ago    reply

Its not regulated at all and can potentially be dangerous. Likely there is very little of the listed ingredients but what is used for fillers can be toxic.

extralarge.umbrella75
Answered 5 months ago    reply

With all due respect, most herbal and other supplements you buy at any healthfood store are unregulated, yet doctors advise taking them. Melatonin for one. The FDA isn't here to protect us and yes, homeopathy does work for many people.

hennessy
Answered 5 months ago    reply

Charise. the FDA IS here to protect us, which is why they won't back nonsense like this.

hellish_wave
Answered 5 months ago    reply

Charise this specific company is responsible for babies being harmed and dying because of their improper portions of ingredients. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/hundreds-of-babies-harmed-by-homeopathic-remedies-familie...


Witherspoon.Katherina
Answered 5 months ago    reply

Excedrin Migraine works for me.


gorham_fallon
Answered 5 months ago    reply

I agree wuth Della. I did try it jyst for sh'ts and giggles. but Homeopathy does nothing for me. and most. it's sugar water. I'm one for natural herbs now but that's completely different and defiantly not homeopathy.


Lashell.Hewett
Answered 5 months ago    reply

Thanks guys for your input! I won’t be using these. When it comes to migraines I don’t have time for sugar water


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