Molly was a delightful 7-year old with a painful problem. And her doctor couldn't help her. But I knew something that could.
Molly's mother came to see me several months ago, feeling helpless. Molly's migraines were so bad that she couldn't even go to school. Her pediatrician said she would probably outgrown them, and gave her a prescription for pain medications that made made her violently sick. She had to stop taking them.
That's when her mother decided to come talk to me.
Molly's Migraine Recovery
Having worked with migraine sufferers for over 30 years, I felt I could help Molly's condition. I first suggested Molly go on an elimination diet. That was a diet where all artificial colors and flavors were eliminated. Then she got off all dairy products and wheat and gluten.
That seemed to reduce the frequency of her migraines, but Molly would still have a severe migraine at least once or twice a week.
My next suggestion was daily Magnesium Chloride Baths. That was easy, as Molly loved taking baths. After only her 3rd bath, the severity of the migraines was reduced to a point where Molly told her mom she wanted to go back to school.
After 3 weeks of nightly Magnesium baths, then 3-4 baths per week, Molly hasn't had a migraine in 4 months.
Why did this work?
As late as May 2016, the International Clinical Pharmacology (ICP) journal says that magnesium's role and mechanisms are still being argued. I have some theories, which I'm happy to discuss. The easy version? If you knew that a substance played key roles in all of these areas, each of which has known or suspected connections with migraines...
- Inflammation, aches, and recovery
- Metabolizing sugar
- Muscle operation
...wouldn't you look there for help?
A May 2 ICP Journal article titled "Serum concentration of magnesium as an independent risk factor in migraine attacks: a matched case-control study and review of the literature" had this to say (emphasis added):
Yes, we sell a high-end product.
Isn't it worth it, to be like Molly?