Maxi Health Migraine Max Review

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Maxi Health Migraine Max Review - For Symptomatic Relief From Migraines
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Read our review below about Maxi Health Migraine Max, the manufacturer claims that this product has been specially formulated to fight the effects of migraines. The manufacturer further claims that this product will attack the root of the problem, and supercharge the body with magnesium for greater protection against headaches.


Main Ingredients:

  • Riboflavin
  • Vitamin B6
  • Magnesium
  • Bromelain
  • Butterbur
  • Coenzyme Q10
  • Ginger root extract
  • Feverfew

Riboflavin increases mitochondrial energy. Vitamin B6 helps form hemoglobin which transports oxygen in the blood. Magnesium migraine sufferers are known to have low levels of magnesium. Bromelain assists with the reduction of pain and swelling. Butterbur assists with the reduction of spasms in blood vessels. Coenzyme Q10 known to reduce pain, nausea and light sensitivity. Ginger root extract and Feverfew has anti-inflammatory properties.

Clinically proven key ingredients omitted are Niacin ( balances blood sugar levels to reduce the frequency of migraine attacks), Ginkgo Biloba (improves circulation in the body and brain), Wild Yam Root (contains anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic qualities), White Willow Bark (acts as an anti-inflammatory and also reduces pain), and Piperine (increases the bioavailability and intracellular residency time).

Other Ingredients:

  • Vegetable Cellulose
  • Vegetable Stearate
  • Rice flour
  • Maltodextrin
  • Gum Arabic
  • Enzymax (a registered trademark of Maxi Health Research this is a vital digestive enzyme complex containing calcium carbonate, bromelain, papain, lipase, amylase, protease, and silica)

Vegetable Cellulose used as an excipient. Vegetable (Magnesium) Stearate poses a threat as a contaminant. Rice flour used as a glider, excipient or binder. Maltodextrin used as an additive. Gum Arabic has been used in pharmaceuticals as a demulcent.


The recommended dosage is to take four capsules with meals or as directed.


The price of one container is $45.86 available from the manufacturer’s website there are discounts available. This product may be purchased through third-party retailers as well.

Guarantee & Feedback

After thorough research, we have found that the manufacturer does not offer a guarantee. The lack of guarantee is somewhat concerning and makes one question the efficacy of this product.
There were only a few reviews for this product and they were positive.

Our Conclusive Review About Maxi Health Migraine Max

We have reviewed  Maxi Health Migraine Max, and we are pleased to see that the manufacturer has formulated a vegetarian gluten-free capsule. A few aspects that are not so pleasing is the fact that there are clinically proven key ingredient absent in the supplement, there are far too many additives, binders, and fillers in this supplement. The ingredient Magnesium Stearate might impede nutrient absorption, and there is no guarantee from the manufacturer, these facts cause us to question the ability this product has to bring effective relief to the consumer experiencing migraines.

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