About 1 in 5 women specifically and 1 in 11 children suffer from migraine attacks, says the American Migraine Association. This will come as little consolation to you if you are one of the sufferers, given that the symptoms can be so crippling. They include partial loss of vision, light and sound sensitivity, loss of appetite and nausea. A normal headache that does not have these severe symptoms is not a migraine, even if it persists. In the build-up to your migraine, you may experience fatigue, neck stiffness, irritability and loss of focus.
There is no real instant cure for migraines so the goal is to lessen the impact of symptoms as quickly as possible and also to decrease the severity of the attacks. Today we review Mycratine Migraine Relief. It is a homeopathic formula which you take in the form of liquid shots.
- SNRA Nicotinum (6x)
- Purified Water
- Gum Acacia
- Lemon Oil
- Brominated Vegetable Oil
- Ester Gum
- Citric Acid
- Sodium Benzoate
The main compound is SNRA Nicotinum, a patented nicotine molecule that isolates the benefits of nicotine that are good for your brain, such as activating serotonin receptors. Higher levels of serotonin are associated with lowered levels of pain, as they increase your pain threshold. The – SNRA Nicotinum is bonded to water for the fast delivery. Caffeine helps your body absorb ingredients faster and is also associated with speeding up certain reactions in the body. L-Tyrosine is an important amino acid that helps the thyroid work more efficiently, the thyroid being responsible for sleep-wake cycles along with the brain. Lemon oil, like lemon balm, can soothe and relax.
Shake the bottle well and take one shot when you feel a migraine starting. Wai fort 5 to 15 minutes. It may be necessary to take another bottle if your migraine is particularly severe. Do not exceed 4 bottles a day.
A pack of 4 bottles retails for $25.50 on Amazon, while a 12-pack sells for $118.42. This makes it relatively expensive as you need one to two bottles, up to a maximum of 4 per day, to treat each migraine.
There is no guarantee or refund policy that we could find. You would, therefore, be subject to the policies of third-party resellers such as Amazon.
Mycratine Migraine Relief Review – Conclusion
This formula is a serotonin-based one. It is quite unusual in that firstly, it is in liquid shot form and secondly, it is a homeopathic formula. These usually gradually work over time, and while relief can be effective, these remedies are not known for being immediately potent. However, consumer reviews are mostly good.
Looking at the formula, the efficacy of it will come down to the severity of your migraine. Caffeine is included in the ingredients so if you’re caffeine-sensitive, it can actually trigger a migraine. This is one of the downsides. Together with the main compound, it may also have a slightly over stimulatory effect, although this is not a huge concern. It is costly in the long term so if you suffer from chronic migraines you may want another option (there is also no stated refund policy). There is also little by way of ingredient to decrease the frequency of attacks long-term, so this treats the symptoms without thoroughly addressing the cause.