Boericke & Tafel, Migraide®, 40 tablets
UPC Code: 308078123905
- Migraine headaches are periodic, severe & usually throbbing. While they generally start on one side of the head, the pain may spread to the rest of the head & sometimes include the face. The pain is often preceded by temporary visual disturbances & at its peak, may be accompanied by irritability, nausea & vomiting.
- Aspirin-free. Non-habit forming
- Uses: For the temporary relief of minor aches & pains associated with headaches or migraine headaches
Sublingual medication. Place tablets under tongue at least 15 minutes before or half hour after eating, brushing teeth, or drinking anything except water.
Adults & Children 12 Years of Age & Older: 3 Tablets every hour until symptoms subside, then every 2 hours until relieved.
Children 2 to 12: Half of the adult dose. Children Under 2: Consult a doctor.
Store at room temperature out of direct sunlight.
About Boericke & Tafel
The Boericke & Tafel company is one of the oldest and most respected Homeopathic companies in the world. Invited by Dr. Hering to manufacture Homeopathic remedies, in 1853 Francis E. Boericke and Adolph J. Tafel founded the Boericke & Tafel company in the United States. Within 10 years or so, they had opened pharmacies in Pennsylvania, New York, New Orleans, San Francisco, Pittsburgh, Washington D.C., Minneapolis, Chicago and Cincinnati. With its state-of-art headquarters and the nation's most advanced full-line homeopathic production facilities, Boericke & Tafel, America's oldest pharmaceutical firm, has combined the best of both worlds.
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