Are you undergoing frequent migraines?
Statistics indicate that migraines bother six out of ten French people on regular basis !
Migraine is a persistent headache that usually occurs on one side of the head, often accompanied by nausea and vomiting.
This disease affects more women (two women for every man).
Are you accustomed to take aspirin or ibuprofen (such as pharmaceutical products: Advil ®, Nuprin ®, Upfen ®) for pain relief ? Unfortunately until now, migraine treatments are essentially symptomatic.
Looking for a natural background treatment to reduce the frequency and intensity of migraines ? Feverfew can certainly do you a great service in this regard. Let us see how
Tanacetum parthenium and Chrysanthemum parthenium are two botanical names used to designate feverfew. Feverfew is known in France under the name partenelle and is part of the family Compositae or Asteraceae.
This plant is quite distinct from the German chamomile or camomile (Be careful not to confuse them!)
It has been used for centuries in Europe as a remedy for headaches, migraines, arthritis, pain and fever. Because feverfew has been recognized for centuries as a febrifuge remedy (which lowers fever), the English have named it ‘feverfew ‘.
In the 80s, it was very popular in Great Britain and used as an alternative medicine for migraines. Its flowering tops and leaves are generally used.
Feverfew contains various known components: an essential oil, flavonoids and sesquiterpene lactones whose main molecule is parthenolide.
Migraine (whose main symptom is pain) is most often the result of alternating contractions and dilation of blood vessels in the brain due to excessive release of a neurotransmitter called serotonin. Disruption of serotonin levels depend on various factors such as stress, blood sugar, hormone levels in women and certain foods.
Parthenolide contained in the flowers and leaves of feverfew is an active ingredient that works by decreasing the action of certain neurotransmitters (including serotonin, adrenaline and acetylcholine) on the small blood vessels of the brain. Thus, parthenolide would act as an antispasmodic mainly by blocking the release of serotonin and would be effective in preventing migraine attacks.
Some scientific studies have shown that some components of feverfew also inhibit platelet aggregation and have anti-inflammatory properties.
Many naturopaths recommend a three-month treatment based on this plant to relieve the frequency and intensity of migraines and headaches.
Bear in mind that feverfew seems equally effective in reducing the intensity of menstrual pain, to reduce fever and to relieve arthritis and rheumatism.
Fresh leaves : Chew 2 sheets per day.
Dried leaves : Consume 50 to 250 mg of dry leaves per day mixed with food.
Infusion : Steep two teaspoons of dried leaves in 250 g of boiling water for fifteen minutes and drink 2 times a day.
Capsules of lyophilized leaves (freeze dried and crushed), standardized to 0.2% parthenolide : Take 125 to 250 mg per day.
Note : It is advisable to stop using the plant for a week after every 4 weeks of use.
Fytomigran® from the laboratory Bional ® combines herbs that help those who are prone to headaches and migraines to stay relaxed and active. This combination of plant extracts (extract feverfew, evening primrose oil, grape seed extract) was formulated to combine relaxation and brain rest. It exerts a relaxing effect on the cerebral circulation. The well-being of the head is also favored by the presence of ginger, which is well known for its anti-nausea effect and for its invigorating and revitalizing properties.
There were no reports of significant side effects (very rarely mild digestive disorders, nausea, allergies and symptoms of nervousness).
People who chew fresh leaves regularly and long term are exposed to the following side effects: mouth ulcers and loss of taste.
The therapeutic use of Feverfew is not recommended for pregnant women (this may trigger uterine contractions), lactating women and children under two years.
Experience indicates that it takes six to eight weeks for the effects to be fully felt. This does not hide in any way the fabulous anti-migraine properties of the feverfew.
It is an excellent background therapy for migraine and has the advantage of not causing the adverse effects associated with taking anti-inflammatory drugs.
5-HTP is an amino acid that our body produces from tryptophan. It transforms itself in the brain into serotonin, a neurotransmitter that plays a critical role in the regulation of mood, anxiety, appetite and sleep.
Several clinical trials attest to its effectiveness in the fight against depression, migraine and chronic headaches, muscle pain and stiffness associated with anxiety , anxiety and panic attacks … without side effects.
Safranal 5-HTP is a dietary supplement containing a natural extract of Griffonia seeds rich in 5-HTP and extracts of Saffron stigmas rich in Safranal.
Author : Alexis ROGER
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