SCAM! New Migraine Med is USELESS

Migraines hit hard and fast.

It doesn’t matter who you are or what you have on the agenda for the day… when that intense pounding pain sets in, you’re down for the count.

And Big Pharma has done everything it can to make a buck off of our misery.

Now, they’ve just been caught selling $575 migraine injections that DON’T WORK.

Here’s how to keep this useless drug from taking a toll on your bank account… and your health.

Erenumab (Aimovig) is just the latest in a long line of utterly worthless Big Pharma migraine meds.

This injection is supposed to cut the number of “headache days” in half.

But studies reveal that this bold promise is pure NONSENSE.

In fact, less than 30 percent of patients saw any reduction in headaches.

This means that for more than 7 out of 10 patients, there was no benefit whatsoever.

Even the placebo worked almost as well as erenumab with 13.7 percent improvement.

So what are patients getting from erenumab?

Lots of side effects, that’s what. And a $7,000 yearly price tag.

Side effects range from constipation and nausea to a disorder called “pufferfish skin” at the injection site.

Once these kick in, many patients quit taking their meds – they’d prefer the migraine!

But it doesn’t have to be this way.

You see, migraines are often caused by food allergies.

And yet, most doctors never offer patients an allergy panel or even the necessary information.

Instead of risking your health for an expensive and ineffective prescription, visit a nutritionist who can help you determine any food intolerances.

You may be surprised to find that you’ve been eating something that is causing your migraines!

Additionally, you can take a daily B-complex vitamin.

Supplements with folic acid, B6, and B12 have been proven to naturally cut migraine pain and frequency without side effects – and without the insane expense.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health