Migraine Treatment Group Migraine Support Formula for Migraine Relief

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These ingredients have been carefully selected in the correct potencies so as to palpably make a difference to symptoms and frequency of attacks.

Migraine Treatment Group Migraine Support Formula Review

Migraines. There is simply no upside to them, as they cause a loss of both work and social output due to how invasive they can be pain-wise. Small wonder then that there are many migraine supplements as sufferers grapple to find pain relievers that will actually work. Today we review Migraine Support Formula by the Migraine Treatment Group.

Migraine Treatment Group says Migraine Support Formula contains the 12 clinically backed ingredients that are the 12 most important ingredients your body needs to curb migraines. It also claims to help your body build natural defences against internal migraine conditions, and works to overcome most triggers. It is with interest, then, that we turn our attention to the list of ingredients.


  • Riboflavin
  • Magnesium
  • Feverfew
  • Butterbur
  • Ginger
  • Coenzyme Q10
  • Ginkgo Biloba
  • White Willow Bark
  • Niacin
  • Pyridoxine
  • BioPerine

Coenzyme Q10 is a key to this formula or any other migraine supplement that is serious about providing relief. Clinical studies have shown that in trials, Q10 helped to decrease migraine frequency by half. The action of Q10 is to stop mitochondrial cell damage and also blood vessel inflammation during an attack. The symptoms of the attack are also eased by known plant aids feverfew, butterbur and, to a lesser extent, bromelain. Magnesium controls blood flow and lessens the inflammation, so is the key really to controlling vasospasms which scientists think is at the heart of the pain.

Studies have shown that Riboflavin or vitamin B2, when taken in 400 mg per day doses, lessens the frequency of attacks after 3 months. BioPerine is the secret ingredient belonging to Migraine Treatment Group. It has been tested in the US and increases the bioavailability of the ingredients. Ginger has nine compounds nine which bind to serotonin receptors in the brain, helping to reduce migraine triggers.


Take 4 tablets with main meals. Consult your health care provider if you are pregnant or on blood thinners. A small percentage of people, less than 1%, experience hypersensitivity to one or more ingredients. If so, stop using the product.


A 1-month and 3-month supply of Migraine Support Formula will cost you $63 and $129 on the product website respectively. If you sign up for the free two-week trial, you’ll be subscribed to get a one-month’s supply every 30 days at the discounted price of $43. MTG says you can cancel your subscription at any time.


An extensive one-year guarantee is in place. The one-year period kicks in from the date of your most recent order.

Migraine Treatment Group Migraine Support Formula – Conclusion

These ingredients have been carefully selected in the correct potencies so as to palpably make a difference to symptoms and frequency of attacks. The ingredients are backed by clinical trials, the results of which the manufacturer makes freely available. Moreover, Migraine Treatment Group offers transparency by declaring that although the reviews on their website are positive, you may not see immediate results but see an improvement in 3 ot 4 months, as the factors behind each person’s migraine varies.

There should be no side effects but if you fall into the 1% of  people that have a hypersensitivity to these ingredients then you need to stop the product and it is not for you. There are very few detracting features for Migraine Support Formula except for perhaps price. We have not noticed many formulas offering quite the same and backed with a solid returns policy, but in the odd instances where we have, singularly one or two supplements have been slightly lower priced. Since taking this supplement is a long-term commitment, any price differential will add up over time.

Concise, honest reporting from Authority Reports.


Albert holds a PhD in Chemistry from the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. He is currently working in a Biochemistry laboratory at Columbia University in NYC. In addition to contributing to many online publications, Albert spends his time away from the laboratory with his partner of many years, and their dog, Helium.

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