How to Manage Migraine Naturally with Chaga tea

How to Manage Migraine Naturally with Chaga tea

How to Manage Migraine Naturally with Chaga Tea

Headaches, including migraines, are extremely common. As headaches can stem from a variety of causes, some headache sufferers seek treatments on a near-daily basis. Chemical activity in your brain, the nerves or blood vessels of your head outside your skull, or muscles of your head and neck — or some combination of these factors — may play a role in primary headaches.

Some people may carry genes that make them more likely to develop such headaches.
Migraine is a neurobiological disorder involving both neurological and vascular changes in the brain during an attack. Although much about the cause of migraines isn’t understood, genetics and environmental factors appear to play a role. Migraines may be caused by changes in the brainstem and its interactions with the trigeminal nerve, a major pain pathway.

Riboflavin and Migraines

Riboflavin supplements have been used for more than three decades as natural remedy for newborns with jaundice and   ariboflavinosis (riboflavin vitamin deficiency). More recently,  Riboflavin, in high doses, has been identified as a vitamin that can help migraine sufferers.

Chaga mushroom contains riboflavin in high amounts. Consequently drinking a cup of Chaga tea 3 times a day for 5 months can  substantially decrease the  frequency of headaches and improve the quality of your life. 

Riboflavin is necessary for growth and for the production of red blood cells. Riboflavin also plays an important role in how our bodies gets energy from carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. Migraine sufferers may not have enough Vitamin B2. This makes Riboflavin a potential treatment option. Because migraines can be caused by many events in the body, Riboflavin is often used in combination with other migraine treatments.

Try  ChagaTEA and VitaliTEA today to feel better!

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Reference

“Health Union” M-Pro
https://migraine.com/migraine-treatment/natural-remedies/riboflavin-vitamin-b2/

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