A homoeopathic medicine which assists with the treatment of acute migraines and recurring attacks of migraines.
Mode of action
- Ammi visnaga and Secale cornutum: are used in the treatment of smooth muscle spasm of the circulation frequently associated with migraine headaches.
- Iris versicolor: is effective in the treatment of nausea and vomiting associated with migraine headaches.
- Ignatia and Cimicifuga: are effective in the treatment of nervous tension associated with migraine headaches.
- Secale cornutum and Spigelia: are used for the treatment of visual disturbances associated with migraine headaches.
- Chionanthus virginica and Iris versicolor: correct the dysfunction of both the liver and the pancreas which frequently accompanies migraine headaches.
Adults and children over 12 years:
Take 10 drops on the tongue, or directly under the tongue or in a teaspoon of water 4 times daily 15 minutes before meals. Discontinue once improvement occurs.
Children 6-12 years:
Take 5 drops on the tongue, or directly under the tongue or in a teaspoon of water 4 times daily 15 minutes before meals.
Children 2-6 years:
Take 2 drops on the tongue, or directly under the tongue or in a teaspoon of water 4 times daily 15 minutes before meals.
In acute/severe cases:
Take the relevant number of drops according to your/your child’s age hourly, gradually reducing frequency as improvement occurs, or as directed by your doctor, pharmacist or other healthcare provider.
|Ingredient||Homeopathic Clinical Indication*|
|Ammi visnaga D1 (Hibiscus)||Anti-spasmodic action on blood vessel walls indicated for vascular headaches.|
|Chionanthus virginica D6 (Fringe tree)||Headaches associated with liver disorders, from neurasthenia or during menstruation. Bilious headaches with bitter/sour vomiting. Supraorbital headaches or pain in the eyeballs, aggravated by movement or any jarring and improves by being quiet and lying down.|
|Cimicifuga racemose D6 (Black Cohosh)||Headaches with neck pain or stiffness or neck pain which extends into the head causing headache. Throbbing or shooting pain in the eyeballs with photophobia. Pains are experienced as pressure in the head, shooting or stitching and aggravated by moving the eyes, change of weather or damp weather. Headache episodes typically last continuously for days or occur with menstrual periods.|
|Iris versicolor D3 (Blue flag)||For classic migraines which start with visual aura (spots, shimmering or blurred vision) and conclude with vomiting. Headaches and migraines on the right side which are periodical e.g. weekly or weekends or after periods of studying. Migraines and headaches linked to dyspepsia.|
|Secale cornatum D6 (Ergot)||Important remedy for conditions such as headaches due to vascular, blood flow or smooth muscular disorders associated with numbness, tingling, twitching or crawling sensations.|
|Spigelia anthelmia D6 (Pinkroot)||Severe left sided headaches and migraines located in the left forehead or left eye itself and extends to the back of the head. Typical pain is stitching or neuralgic in nature and very localised and worse during daytime and improves after sunset.|
|Ignatia amara D6 (St Ignatius bean)||Migraines and headache which are triggered by emotions e.g. anger, grief, fright or from excessive concentration or studying. Pain is sharp and piercing and often accompanied by back or neck spasms or tension.|