Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Rich Pericarp Mangosteen Comes To The Aid Of Migraine Headache Sufferers
What Is A Migraine?
A migraine is a chronic vascular headache that affects approximately 15% of the population and women are twice as likely to suffer from attacks as men.(1) A migraine is an extended pulsing headache that can last anywhere between four and seventy-two hours,(2) typically affecting one side of the head. It is thought that it is the sudden expansion of blood vessels carrying blood to the brain that irritates the surrounding nerve tissues. Migraine attacks are characterized by additional symptoms that can include sickness and vomiting, the impairment to sight, partial paralysis, speech difficulty, feelings of confusion and fainting.(3)
What Causes Migraines?
The precise causes of migraines are not known, but triggers can include a change in hormone levels. Often, women say that migraine attacks are worse during their periods, through pregnancy and when taking hormonal treatments.
Foods such as chocolate, alcohol, cheese, coffee and artificial sweeteners are the more common culprits. Stress, including physical exertion, an interruption to regular sleep patterns and fasting can cause the onset of a migraine. Strobe lighting and glare from the sun can exacerbate the symptoms.
Mangosteen May Help Relieve Migraines
Mangosteen has been identified as one of the top superfoods in the world. The Mangosteen tree is a native of Southeast Asia. It is the fruit born by this tree that is creating all of the excitement. It has been used for centuries by the traditional healers of the area to treat a number of illnesses and diseases, and as an anti-inflammatory painkiller. The soft white interior of the fruit is rich in nutrients, but it is the exterior rind, known as the "pericarp" that gives the fruit its unique characteristics. The pericarp is super rich in antioxidants known as xanthones. In fact, Mangosteen contains far more xanthones than any other food known to man, and it is these xanthones that act as a super anti-inflammatory pain reliever.
Pills, Capsules & Juice - Which One Should You Use?
Mangosteen has been sold mostly in juice form in the United States, but that is now becoming the subject of deep controversy. One of the problems that have come to light is that a few "rogue" companies are selling products that have such low levels of Mangosteen in them that any possible benefits are diluted or lost.
Most mangosteen liquids or juices have been "hot" bottled, a pasteurizing process that kills off much of Mangosteen's active ingredients. This thermal bottling process can also include the addition of benzoate as a preservative. Benzoate is known to be carcinogenic.(4) All fruit juices that are imported into the United States have to undergo an irradiation treatment.
The Mangosteen rind, or pericarp, where the beneficial xanthones are found, has an unpleasant taste and needs the use of other juices to make it palatable. Also, it requires additives for a longer shelf life. However, in solid form, the mangosteen can be freeze dried and ground up to be encapsulated and swallowed easily. Natural Home Cures freeze dries the rich pericarp and powders it immediately after harvesting which preserves the potency of the active ingredients.
Natural Home Cures Rich Pericarp Mangosteen is processed by freeze-drying immediately after harvesting. Thereby, maintains the potency of the beneficial nutrients. Powdered and encapsulated, it arrives at your doorstep virtually as fresh and as potent as though it were just picked off the Mangosteen tree.
Mangosteen capsules are now much preferred over the juice option. Not only do they retain the fruit's 100% natural organic status but they are also easier to transport.
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(1) Disabled Word - Migraine
(2) Migraine Trust - What Is A Migraine
(3) Mayo Clinic - Migraine Symptoms
(4) Wikipedia - Sodium Benzoate
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