When you’re on the path of realizing your dreams, ailments like migraines are the last things you should need to worry about. Migraine are charaterized by persistent headaches, the intensity of which usually ranges from moderate to severe. Accompanied by sensitivity to light and sound, sometimes this ailment can make you nauseated. But not anymore, thanks to Dr. Vaidya’s Migraine Pack, which has as many as 3 Ayurvedic medicines for migraine, a headache free life isn’t too far.
Designed to last for a month, this pack comprises of Unmadvati, Shardardghna, and Amlapittavati.
Unmadvati, is a highly dependable medicine for hypertension, the components of which act as brain toners and support the tranquility of the mind. This herbal medicine, in the form of pills, offers relief from Anxiety, Stress, Sleep Disorder & Hypertension while also acting as an effective migraine treatment in Ayurveda.
Shardardghna is the best medicine for migraines which is comprised of herbs that act as nervine tonics. Not only do these herbs help in reducing the pain in the head, but also ensure proper blood circulation. Thanks to its analgesic effect, this natural migraine relief medicine addresses both, psychological as well as somatic complaints effectively.
Amlapittavati is a reliable Ayurvedic medicine for acidity which has a soothing effect on the bowels. This herbal medicine is known to offer lasting relief from various ailments such as Acidity, Hyper Acidity, Gastritis, Chronic Peptic Ulcers, etc. 100% natural and chemical free, this Ayurvedic medication also helps reduce digestive stress, thus acting as a natural migraine relief.
For ages 10 and above: 1 pill, two times a day.
Ages 10 and above: 1 pill, three times a day. Ages 10 and below: ½ a pill, three times a day (can be ground if cannot swallow).
1 pill, three times a day, preferably after meals.
The Ayurvedic medicines in Dr. Vaidya’s Migraine Pack comprise of the following ingredients –
Also called Shankapushpi, this herb is popularly known as the “Brain Tonic”. It helps to improve memory, treats epilepsy, controls vomiting and helps to cure headaches.
Also called Indian Ginseng, Ashwagandha is known to revitalize the body and helps in boosting immunity.
Derived from the Asparagus plant, this Ayurvedic herb increases the brain power and helps relieve mental stress.
Also known as Spikenard, Jatamansi is a natural brain nervine tonic, a memory enhancer, and a daytime tranquilizer which has a calming effect.
Also known as Bacopa, Bramhi helps relieve stress. It acts as a daytime tranquilizer and brain cell toner.
This prominent Ayurvedic herb offers relief from inflammations in the circulatory system and nervous system.
Also known as Sweet Flag or Sweet Root, Vekhand’s rhizome oil acts as a nerve stimulant, sedative as well as an analgesic.
Also known as Henbane or Jupiter’s Bean, this prominent herb has calming effects and provides relief from insomnia also.
This herb is known for its analgesic effects and helps reduce migraine pain in a short span of 20-30 minutes.
Praval Pish is an herb that helps treat aggravation of the Pitta Dosha, eventually reducing headaches.
Well-known for its mycolistic effect and healing properties Shringa Bhasma proves to be an effective herb for natural migraine relief.
Also known as Spikenard, Jatamansi is a natural brain nervine tonic and a memory enhancer, which has a calming effect.
Also known as Nutgrass, Nagarmoth is one of the prominent herbs used in Ayurveda.
Also known as Bacopa, Bramhi helps relieve stress and is therefore used as a treatment for various ailments such as migraines, Alzheimer’s disease, memory loss, anxiety, ADHD, and epilepsy, amongst others.
Also known as Henbane or Jupiter’s Bean, this prominent herb proves to be quite effective for headaches. It has a calming effect and offers relief from insomnia.
Also called Indian Ginseng, Ashwagandha helps in arresting the aging process, revitalizing the body in debilitated conditions, boosting immunity as well as treating musculoskeletal conditions.
A highly effective alkaliser, Amla or the Indian Gooseberry, boosts metabolism and promotes digestion due to its high fiber content.
An energizing raisin, Munakka comprises of iron and magnesium and is known to fight acidity.
Also known as cardamom, this spice helps in strengthening the digestive system.
Jyesthimadhu acts as a lung toner and fights allergies that produce chronic cold.
Anti-peptic in nature, Nagkesar is known to be effective in aiding the digestive process.
Also known as Nutmeg, Jaiphal is largely famous for its anti-oxidant properties, as well as for its effectiveness in treating gastritis and indigestion.
Also known as Chuhara, Kharik aids in the process of digestion due to its high fiber content.