If Magnesium is good for Migraine, why doesn't it work for me?

If Magnesium is good for Migraine, why doesn't it work for me?

New research conducted at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil and the New England Centre for Headache at Stamford University in the USA has established a clear link between Migraine sufferers and magnesium serum levels, with the conclusion that Magnesium can effectively be used for the treatment of ongoing Migraine headache.

Further research shows that 50-60% of all migraine sufferers are deficient in magnesium, showing a link between magnesium deficiency and migraine, so why is supplementation with standard Magnesium usually ineffective?

This vital mineral is critical in more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body and Dr. Marc Sircus, Director of the International Medical Veritas Association once said “there is a power and a force in magnesium that cannot be equalled anywhere else in the world of medicine

So is avoiding migraines as simple as taking a magnesium supplement? No, it is not, and here is the reason why supplementation with standard magnesium usually doesn’t work.

While magnesium given by IV does seem to work miracles, it’s pretty hard to give yourself an IV drip at home, and plain magnesium in supplement form (on it’s own) doesn’t cross the blood brain barrier or enter soft muscle tissue. It needs to be combined with other selected B group vitamins and minerals, known as co-factors, for it to enter the blood stream.

So if you take a regular magnesium supplement, like one you might find in your local pharmacy or supermarket, it will have little or no effect on your migraine frequency or severity, as most of it will just pass through your body and flush out in your urine. Maybe you’ve been there before and already know the outcome.

But more recently, in a product developed with the help of leading doctors, professors and clinical researchers from Australia, New Zealand and the USA, the magnesium is activated by bonding it with other co-factors (Vitamins B3, B6 & Zinc), so it has the best chance of crossing the blood brain barrier and relieving your pain and helping prevent future migraines. 

ActiveMg contains 3 forms of magnesium into one capsule, with B group vitamins and zinc added, to allow the magnesium to cross the blood brain barrier. This activated magnesium alone is incredibly powerful, but in order to add weight to the formulation a natural solution was needed for the anxiety and stress that often accompanies migraine pain, so to assist with the anxiety and further enhance muscle relaxation Cramp Bark & Passionflower were added, plus Vitamin B9 (my favourite vitamin) in the bio-available form known as Folinic Acid.

So will ActiveMg work for everyone?

No, not everyone - but at least 50-60% of people. Migraines are triggered by a huge range of factors, but this research has definitively shown that around 50-60% of migrainers exhibit a magnesium deficiency, so if you fall into that category then the activated magnesium will definitely help. What I like is that the company has created a 365 day, no questions asked, money back guarantee to protect those who it doesn’t work for, so essentially they eliminated all the risk to consumers in trying it out. 

ActiveMg is the product of Regenex Laboratories, a New Zealand based company with distribution warehouses in Australia and the USA and available right here on this very website, or on Amazon