Magnesium is an essential mineral, meaning your body needs it to perform essential functions. Many people are deficient in Magnesium (a majority of people in the US alone), which can lead to head tension and migraines. Magnesium Glycinate is one of the easiest types of Magnesium for the body to absorb.
Boswellia is a lesser-known known herb produced by Boswellia serrata trees native to Africa and the Middle East. It is a multi-faceted plant, used in essential oils, incense, and for its medicinal properties. Boswellia contains naturally occurring triterpenoids, called ‘boswellic acid’, which is a compound that can reduce inflammation. It is most often used to relieve occasional head tension.
Feverfew is an herb that promotes cytokine balance (the interaction between the brain and the immune system). Feverfew reduces head tension, as well as reduces sensitivities to triggers like light and noise.
The most frequent use of Willow is for symptoms of pain and occasional headaches. Several controlled studies have reported that White Willow is effective as an anti-inflammatory, meaning it reduces inflammation and pain before entering your bloodstream.
The household staple, Aspirin, is actually derived from chemical compounds found in White Willow Bark.