Migrastil contains four all natural ingredients that have been used in clinical studies. Those ingredients are magnesium, taurine, feverfew, and thiamine (vitamin B1).
Migraine sufferers often have lower magnesium levels than people who don’t. In some emergency rooms, acute migraines are even treated with intravenous magnesium. For many people just adding magnesium to their diet is enough to help
Magnesium’s main possible side effect is diarrhea. This side effect, if it occurs, will likely go away as your body adjusts to getting increased magnesium. Taking it with food can also help to avoid upset stomach.
Taurine is an amino acid used by your body's cells and found in high concentrations in the brain.
Feverfew has been used as a folk remedy for a very long time and recent clinical studies confirm its effectiveness. It is generally safe, but as with the other substances listed here, consult your doctor before using. Do not take feverfew if you are pregnant as it can cause contractions. It should also be avoided if you take blood thinners.
Rarely, people experience digestive discomfort when starting feverfew. Like with magnesium, taking it with food can alleviate this side effect. One caution: If you take feverfew regularly, don’t stop all at once. Taper off over the course of a week or two or you might experience rebound headaches.
Thiamine (Vitamin B1)
Vitamin B1, also known as the “stress vitamin” was the first B vitamin discovered. It is a crucial vitamin for energy production in every cell in your body.