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New Migraine Supplement Could Mean More Pain Free Days

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New Migraine Supplement Could Mean More Pain Free Days

One of the biggest treatment barriers that people with migraines face is cost. Medication for migraine has a reputation for being expensive and for having a number of unpleasant side effects. Because of these and other reasons, many people are turning to nutraceuticals to treat their migraines. A new migraine supplement, Axon Relief, combines several of the most popular nutraceuticals for preventing or treating migraine.

The term “nutraceutical” was coined by Dr. Stephen DeFelice, founder and chairman of the Foundation for Innovation in Medicine, in 1989. It is a combination of the words “nutrition” and “pharmaceutical” and is defined as “a food (or part of a food) that provides medical or health benefits including the prevention and/or treatment of a disease. Many people seeking migraine relief are turning to complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). Nutraceuticals fall under this category.

You can purchase Axon Relief on their website or on Amazon (Good news! It’s Prime eligible!).

Mixing migraine supplement into glass

Migraine Supplement Product Overview

Axon Relief is the only migraine supplement that combines high performing nutraceuticals recommended by national headache associations. Taken daily, it may reduce migraine attacks in many people with migraine. It has a pleasant citrus flavor and is completely natural. The efficacy of this unique blend of ingredients is backed by science and studies show they reduce the frequency and severity of migraine attacks by as much as 50% when taken on a daily basis.

The unique blend of nutraceuticals is specifically formulated to target many of the processes involved in causing migraine attacks. Axon Relief was developed by a neuro-ophthalmologist and migraine researcher. It was specially formulated to provide the exact dosage of each ingredient for optimal migraine relief.

Citrus flavor Axon Relief migraine supplement over ice

Key Benefits of Axon Relief

  • The only migraine supplement drink mix formulated with ingredients recommended by national headache associations for reducing attacks
  • Drug free
  • Mixes easily with water or juice
  • 1-month supply (30 servings)
  • Migraine fighting unique blend of key ingredients:
    • Riboflavin, Magnesium Citrate, Coenzyme Q10, PA free Butterbur, and Stevia Leaf Extract
  • Helps increase hydration
  • Low calorie, sugar free, soy free
  • Pleasant citrus flavor
  • Comes with its own scoop for easy measuring
  • Developed and manufactured in the USA

What is in Axon Relief?

Axon Relief migraine supplement contains a unique blend of ingredients that are precisely measured to ensure that each dose is consistent. If purchased separately, they would cost hundreds of dollars. However, a one-month supply of Axon Relief is only a fraction of that cost.

The ingredient list is simple:

  • Riboflavin – 400 mg
  • Magnesium Citrate – 600 mg
  • CoQ10 – 300 mg
  • PA Free Butterbur Root Powder – 150 mg
  • Stevia Leaf Extract – 90 mg

This drug-free, plant based, all natural formula delivers a powerful punch that could mean fewer migraine days.

The Science Behind the Formula

The efficacy of the ingredients in Axon Relief has been proven in numerous studies and scientific research. An article published in 2017 in the Journal of Nutritional Sciences and Dietetics found that riboflavin was shown to not only reduce the frequency of migraines and shorten the length of attacks, it can also relieve migraine attacks.

The Korean Journal of Pain featured an article in 2017 compared the use of caffeine and magnesium sulfate used intravenously to treat migraine. Researchers found that while both substances may reduce migraine pain and lessen the severity of an attack, there was some suggestion that magnesium sulfate may be even more effective than caffeine.

A study published in Acta Neurologica Belgica in March 2017 touted Coenzyme Q10 to be an effective treatment for migraine, suggesting that it could make migraines less severe and shorter in duration as well as decrease the frequency of migraine occurrence.

Butterbur has received a lot of attention as a very effective treatment for the prevention of chronic episodic migraine. In fact, The American Academy of Neurology (AAN) named butterbur as a Level A recommendation in the Complimentary Migraine Guidelines. While butterbur has long been used for migraine prevention, some concerns have been raised the last few years regarding safety, especially its effect on the liver. A study published in May 2018 concluded that there is no substantive evidence to support claims that butterbur root poses a significant risk of injury to the liver.

Axon Relief migraine supplement powder with scoop

How to use Axon Relief

Axon Relief is a once daily migraine supplement with a pleasant orange flavor. There are several ways you can enjoy it.

Mix one scoop of Axon Relief with 12 ounces of water and drink. If you need more sweetness, add a little honey or cane sugar.

For a Dreamsicle smoothie, add ice, 1 scoop Axon Relief, and 12 ounces vanilla coconut milk or almond milk in a blender. Pulsate until smooth.

Make a fizzy orange pop by combining 1 scoop of Axon Relief to about 12 ounces of seltzer water or natural lemon/lime soda. Mix well and enjoy the bubbles!

There are plenty of ways to enjoy your Axon Relief migraine supplement; get creative!

Migraine can have a significant impact on your life. Unpredictable attacks and anxiety about potential attacks can cause you to miss out on the things you enjoy. It’s time to take your life back and Axon Relief migraine supplement may be just what you need to have more pain free days and fewer attacks. Try Axon Relief today and you might have more pain free days.


  • Baratloo, et al. “Intravenous Caffeine Citrate vs. Magnesium Sulfate for Reducing Pain in Patients with Acute Migraine Headache; a Prospective Quasi-Experimental Study.” Https://,
  • “Migraine Headache Guidelines: US Headache Consortium, American Headache Society.” Background, Pathophysiology, Etiology, 25 May 2018,
  • Rajapakse, Thilinie, and Tamara Pringsheim. “Nutraceuticals in Migraine: A Summary of Existing Guidelines for Use.” Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain, vol. 56, no. 4, July 2016, pp. 808–816., doi:10.1111/head.12789.
  • “Safety Profile of a Special Butterbur Extract from Petasites Hybridus in Migraine Prevention with Emphasis on the Liver.” Philosophy of the Social Sciences,
  • Shoeibi, Ali, et al. “Effectiveness of Coenzyme Q10 in Prophylactic Treatment of Migraine Headache: an Open-Label, Add-on, Controlled Trial.” SpringerLink, Springer, Dordrecht, 26 Sept. 2016,
  • Soveid, Neda, et al. “The Effect of Riboflavin Supplementation on Migraine: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Clinical Trials Studies.” Journal of Nutritional Sciences and Dietetics,


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6 thoughts on “New Migraine Supplement Could Mean More Pain Free Days

  1. Laura says:

    How large is the scoop? I am extremely fincky with foods/drink and if something does not taste right to me, on that particular day/at that particular time, I either just have difficulty forcing myself to consume it or will get nauseated and/or vomit when trying to do so. So what I do when something is not already in pill form, I take the powder and put it into quickly-dissolving gelatin capsules. For example, for my reflux, I was told to put 1/2 tsp of baking soda into water and drink it. Not me. I take that 1/2 tsp and measure it into the 3 gelatin capsules I had on hand and that works perfectly. So the question is, what is the amount of the scoop and has anyone ever put it into gelatin capsules? I already take all of the ingredients in the amount listed except for the butterbar (so if necessary, I would look for that in pill form and add it to the supplements I already take). Thanks!

    • Lori Glover says:

      What a brilliant idea to put it in capsules yourself! Please consider sharing that to Amazon. I think it would help many people. The scoop is very small. One scoop of powder is about 1/2 a measured tablespoon. I also think you could divide the serving in half, 2 times a day, so that you don’t take 6+ capsules at one time. I hope this helps.

  2. Lorie Johnson says:

    Your article above states that magnesium sulfate is more effective with migraines but your product contains magnesium citrate. Why the difference?

    • Lori Glover says:

      Thank you for this question. The Axon article references magnesium sulfate because it is specifically referenced in The Korean Journal of Pain study we featured. This study suggests that magnesium is more effective than caffeine. Magnesium citrate is the Mg salt of citric acid. It is widely used for medicinal purposes and is better absorbed than magnesium oxide. Magnesium citrate attracts water which can contribute to better hydration and intestinal health.

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