This review is going to take a closer look at Quantum Research Migrelief to learn more about how this product works and to see if it’s worth trying out. Quantum Research Migrelief is a dietary supplement that is made from a variety of ingredients that are formulated to relieve migraines. The manufacturer claims that their product is intended to provide support for cerebrovascular tone and does not provide immediate pain relief.
- Riboflavin – 200 mg
- Magnesium (as magnesium oxide and citrate) – 200 mg
- Coenzyme Q10 – 75 mg
Other Ingredients: Microcrystalline Cellulose, Stearic Acid, Croscarmellose Sodium, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide.
Riboflavin is a B vitamin that you can find in foods like milk, meat, eggs, nuts and green vegetables. It is believed to reduce the number of migraine headache attacks but does not reduce the pain. Studies show that people with migraines usually have lower levels of magnesium than those without them. Coenzyme Q10 can reduce the damage done to cells that are caused by the environment and other factors.
The manufacturer recommends taking one tablet twice daily or as otherwise directed by a healthcare professional. You can expect to notice benefits in 4-12 weeks.
If you are pregnant, nursing, have a medical condition, are taking medication or have known adverse reaction, talk to your doctor before taking this supplement.
We found Quantum Migrelief to be discontinued from all third-party retailer’s websites we saw. We were unable to find a retail price. It will be hard to find a place to purchase this product.
We were unable to find any mention of a manufacturer’s guarantee and it appears that they do not offer one.
Quantum Migrelief Review – Conclusion
Quantum Migrelief appears to be a promising product that can potentially help you get relief from migraines. It comes in easy to take capsules for convenience and it is made from a variety of natural ingredients that can potentially prevent migraines from occurring. However, we found that Migrelief has been discontinued from all of the third-party retailer’s websites we have seen. This indicates that Migrelief was not a popular or well-known migraine treatment that was worth keeping in stock. We also were not able to find any consumer feedback. Without consumer feedback, there is no way to gauge if this is a product that has had real results for real users. Frankly, there is not enough information to be able to make a determination on whether or not this is a worthwhile product. The lack of consumer feedback and that this product has been discontinued from so many retailer’s websites indicates that this is not a worthwhile product. You are better off choosing a migraine treatment that is backed by a strong manufacturer’s guarantee for consumer protection and one that is up to date on the websites it is featured on.