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Maintaining balanced neurotransmitter levels along with  healthy blood flow to the brain can be an effective strategy to lessen the  impact of head discomfort.1,2 Research has shown that two  ingredients, magnesium and gastrodin, work in unique ways to  lessen the distress of cranial discomfort.3-9

Studies have confirmed the effectiveness of the ingredients  found in the new Migra-Mag with Brain  Shield® in targeting the key, underlying factors resulting in head-cavity discomfort.3-9

      Magnesium is  the second most-common mineral inside our cells, but many Americans do not obtain  adequate amounts of magnesium in their diets.10 This mineral has  been shown to be a major factor in relaxing the smooth muscles within the blood  vessels.11,12 This in turn supports normal blood flow and helps  promote head comfort.9,11,12

Gastrodin,  originally extracted from the root of the Chinese orchid Gastrodia elata,  has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine formulations.13 Studies show that gastrodin enhances the presence of the calming  neurotransmitter, GABA.4,5

Working through different yet functionally supportive mechanisms, the individual ingredients  in Migra-Mag with Brain Shield®  have been shown to:

  • Support normal relaxation of the constriction of cerebral  blood vessels.6,11,12
  •        Help maintain a normal, healthy balance of brain  neurotransmitters.3-5,7,8
  •        Help promote normal blood flow to the head cavity.10,11
  •        Help provide support against the normal stress and tension  of daily life.14,15
References     1. Int J Biomed  Sci. 2013 Mar;9(1):1-8.         2. Acta Neurol Scand Suppl. 1987;113:1-40.         3. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr. 2007;16  Suppl 1:305-8.         4. J Neurosci Res. 2003 Feb  15;71(4):534-43.         5. Arch Pharm Res. 1999  Apr;22(2):219-24.         6. Adv Nutr. 2013  May;4(3):378S-83S.         7. J Neural Transm. 2012  May;119(5):575-9.         8. Clin Neurosci. 1998;5(1):24-7.         9. Neurosciences (Riyadh). 2011  Oct;16(4):320-3.         10. J Nutr. 2003  Sep;133(9):2879-82.         11. Clin Sci  (Lond). 2004 Mar;106(3):279-85.         12. Magnes Res. 2008  Jun;21(2):101-8.         13. J Tradit  Chin Med. 1997 Dec;17(4):299-303.         14. Biol Pharm  Bull. 2006 Feb;29(2):261-5.     15. Aust N Z J  Psychiatry. 2009 Jan;43(1): 45-52.

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