About The Product
Migraine Melter is intended to impede migraines in advance – use daily if you are prone to the migraine menace. Bitter feverfew and soothing violet leaf to loosen the tension up top.
Take 20-30 drops every half-hour with the onset of headaches or migraines
Take 20 drops (~2 full droppers) daily for a preventative peace of mind
Wooden Spoons Herbs is a small batch apothecary we love because the herbs are sourced in the United States directly from the farmers that grow these powerful plants. Suspended in non-GMO Cane Spirits and Distilled Water.
- Skullcap from Oregon
- California Poppy from Vermont
- Feverfew from Maine
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With tinctures, it is important to shake vigorously to evenly distribute the botanical benefits for optimal effects.
Skullcap is capable of calming nerves and supporting the nervous system, provide pain relief while the body heals and recovers with anti-spasmodic benefits.
California Poppy is one of the milder poppies with effects that promote relaxation, nerve pain, mental and physical fatigue while regulating blood flow.
Feverfew is the classic migraine herb known to calm the effects of nausea, vomiting and sensitivity to light. By reducing muscle spasms, Feverfew is able to widen the blood vessels increasing blood flow.
Pregnant women are recommended to avoid any decoction of Feverfew entirely as it might lead to uterine contraction, resulting in miscarriage. Lactating mothers and children below two years of age should not take this herb.
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