We all know someone who gets migraines and we sympathize greatly with those people who wake up in the morning with a migraine or need to leave their place or work quickly to get to a dark room to rest and try to recover. And the question as to what product they are choosing is key – which to pick, and why. In our quest to find different products, we are reviewing today Holland & Barrett Feverfew Migraine Relief which claims to be a traditional herbal medicinal product that will prevent migraines.
Each capsule of this product contains 100 mg of Feverfew dry herb which is Tanacetum Parthenium. The manufacturer provides zero information about this herb, but our research shows that it is a medicinal plant (flowering plant in the daisy family) that has been traditionally used to treat migraines, fevers, stomach aches, arthritis, and even infertility.
The dosage of this product is 1 capsule each day. The capsule should be swallowed whole with either water or the liquid of your choice. This product is not meant to be used for individuals under 18 years of age, or for women who are pregnant or nursing.
This product is manufactured outside of the US. One box of 30 capsules can be purchased on the manufacturer’s website for $10.52. Free delivery is given if you spend over $25 but it is not clear if that includes international addresses. There is an option to save 5% on the price by signing up for a regular delivery of this product
Holland & Barrett offers a 30-day return policy which in our estimation is quite a weak policy for such a large company. We question why they would not choose to inspire more confidence for consumers – especially new buyers by offering a better satisfaction guarantee policy. And they do not even mention whether they give refunds for opened bottles. We suggest that you check further if you are considering making a purchase.
Holland & Barrett Feverfew Migraine Relief Review – Conclusion
This product is easy to swallow but it is produced in England and unless you spend 20 pounds (more than $25), you will pay a hefty price for shipping to the United States. And the website gives almost nothing but the bare minimum information about this product which is quite questionable, to say the least since the amount of information provided by manufacturers today about their products is usually fairly abundant and for good reason: consumers have many choices when it comes to making a purchase today. They want to be well informed and understand what it is that they are buying. For a manufacturer to expect otherwise is simply a bad reflection of their company. There are too many other migraine products on the market which have both unique and effective formulas with satisfied customers testifying to the fact that they got the relief they were looking for. And these other products come with satisfaction guarantees so that the customer can have as risk-free of a purchasing option as possible. We suggest that you look to these products rather than investing in a product produced outside the US where you’ll incur oversea shipment fees. In this case of this product, it hardly seems worth it.