Migraleave combines traditional herbal remedies (Feverfew and ginger) with 400mg of Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) — a dosage suggested by the NHS to be effective in reducing the frequency and intensity of migraines for some people.
The supplement caters to those suffering from different types of migraines, such as blocking, abdominal, cyclical, aura, and vestibular migraines.
It's also considered beneficial for people with other neurological disorders.
The need to know
What are the benefits?
NHS recommended treatment for migraines
High strength riboflavin B2
Supports healthy mitochondria and membrane function
A deficiency in Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) can lead to mitochondrial dysfunction, a factor in migraine pathogenesis.
The supplement aims to correct this deficiency, enhancing mitochondrial function.
Moreover, riboflavin's beneficial effects can be amplified when taken in conjunction with other nutrients, like niacin, thiamine, CoQ10, folate, and cobalamin (B12), as well as alpha-lipoic acid and magnesium.
Research indicates that adult supplementation with vitamin B2 can positively reduce the frequency and duration of migraine attacks without side effects.
How will I know its working?
While individual experiences may vary, users can expect a decrease in the frequency and severity of migraine attacks and overall improvement in neurological health.
When to take it?
Take 1 capsule daily with food and water, unless specified otherwise on the sachet.
Serving Size 1 Vegetarian Capsule
Per Serving% Daily
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
† Daily Value not established.
Did you know?
Feverfew and ginger, present in Migraleave, have been used traditionally for migraine relief for centuries.
In a recent UK national dietary survey, Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) is the most common B vitamin deficiency in young people.
Riboflavin supports mitochondrial function, which can benefit migraines and overall brain health.
Publications you might find interesting
Want to go a bit deeper?
The latest research
1. Schoenen, J., Jacquy, J., Lenaerts, M. (1998). "Effectiveness of high-dose riboflavin in migraine prophylaxis. A randomized controlled trial." Neurology.
2. Rahimdel, A., Zeinali, A., Yazdian-Anari, P., Hajizadeh, R., Arefnia, E. (2015). "Effectiveness of Vitamin B2 versus Sodium Valproate in Migraine Prophylaxis: a randomized clinical trial." Electronic Physician.
3. Condo, M., Posar, A., Arbizzani, A., Parmeggiani, A. (2009). "Riboflavin prophylaxis in pediatric and adolescent migraine." The Journal of Headache and Pain.
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