COMPARE


A SUPERIOR HERBAL ALTERNATIVE IS NOW AVAILABLE:

GLIACINTM Feverfew Butterbur

   SUCCESSFUL REPORTS  OF USE IN CLINICAL LITERATURE

10 DIFFERENT PRIMARY HEADACHE DISORDERS, INCLUDING MIGRAINE AND INDOMETHACIN- RESPONSIVE HEADACHE SYNDROMES (IRHS)

 

MIGRAINE ONLY

 

MIGRAINE ONLY

HEAVY METAL CONTENT

                                                       NONE 

(TESTED DOWN TO <0.01 MICROGRAMS)

     MAY CONTAIN,   

  WHICH CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO  THE NERVOUS SYSTEM   (NEUROTOXIC)

            MAY CONTAIN,             

WHICH CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE NERVOUS SYSTEM(NEUROTOXIC)

PYRROLIZIDINE  ALKALOIDS CONTENT

 

NONE

 

NONE

 MAY CONTAIN

WHICH CAN CAUSE LIVER DAMAGE (HEPATOTOXIC) OR CANCER (CARCINOGENIC)

WITHDRAWAL SYNDROME

                                                        NONE

                      YES,                           SUCH AS INSOMNIA, JOINT PAIN AND ANXIETY

RARE

CROSS-REACTIVE WITH RAGWEED ALLERGY

 

                                                            NO

YES,

FEVERFEW IS FROM THE SAME PLANT FAMILY AS RAGWEED  

MAY CAUSE A RASH/ITCHING IF YOU ARE ALLERGIC TO RAGWEED       

YES,

BUTTERBUR IS FROM THE SAME PLANT FAMILY AS RAGWEED

MAY CAUSE A RASH/ITCHING IF YOU ARE ALLERGIC TO RAGWEED

DRUG INTERACTIONS NO SIGNIFICANT INTERACTIONS, BUT CAUTION WITH COUMADIN® YES, NUMEROUS YES, SEVERAL

COMBINATION WITH BLOOD THINNERS

ACCEPTABLE, WITH MONITORING FOR PATIENTS ON COUMADIN®  CONTRAINDICATED NOT RECOMMENDED

COMMON SIDE EFFECTS

 

RARE UPSET STOMACH (DYSPEPSIA) OR DIARRHEA

                                                 NAUSEA, BLOATING / UPSET STOMACH, DIARRHEA, INCREASED RISK OF BLEEDING, ETC.

                                              BLOATING, NAUSEA, UPSET STOMACH, DIARRHEA, FLATULENCE, BELCHING, FATIGUE, ETC.