[Alert] Docs Giving Deadly Meds to Migraine Patients
It’s lazy. It’s reckless.
And you can be darned sure that people have already died.
If you suffer from migraines, you know how hard it is to find relief.
The pain is intense… the lights are blinding… and every little sound is deafening.
But now mainstream docs want you to start taking some of the most dangerous drugs on the market.
They won’t do a thing to ease your migraine pain – and they just might end up killing you instead.
Opioid pain meds like OxyContin and Percocet kill an American every 15 minutes.
And those are just the deaths we know about.
So why on Earth would ANY sane doc keep prescribing these pills – especially for conditions where they haven’t been proven to work?
But, believe it or not, that’s exactly what’s happening right now.
And countless folks with migraines are being put at risk.
According to a new study from the University of Michigan, one out of every four migraine patients is being prescribed an opioid painkiller.
That’s ridiculous, stupid, and dangerous.
First off, opioids aren’t a migraine treatment – and doctors know it.
If anything, they’re hoping these drugs get you so high that you won’t notice the migraines.
Even worse? As lead researcher Dr. Larry Charleston points out, opioids can actually trigger severe headaches!
So you’re risking your life to take these pills – and they could end up making you WORSE!
You’ve got to be kidding me!
Giving migraine patients opioids makes about as much sense as a paper umbrella.
But the good news is that there are several natural migraine treatments that have incredible rates of success and no side effects.
One of my favorites is the herb butterbur.
Butterbur is a natural remedy that contains both petasin and isopetasin, which reduce spasms and inflammation that cause migraines.
If you want to give butterbur a try (it costs about 50 cents a day), just click here.
Fighting For Your Health,
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health
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