Bee Pollen for Migraines

by Jeanne
(Midlothian TX)

Do I need local bee pollen for migraines? If so, where do I look for it?
Also, do you think bee pollen would be beneficial for an adult with autism?

Angela's comments:

I'm not aware of any research suggesting bee pollen will help with migraines but it may be worth a try. Local pollen is not necessary in this case and really only needed when treating pollen allergies.

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Jan 14, 2018
by: Anonymous

magnesium may help with migraines.
try Magnesium Citrate in a pouder form especially.
If your body does not get enough magnesium you will get migraines.

Jan 13, 2018
by: V.R.SASTRYAnonymous

I know personally three people in INDIA who are experiencing great relief from migraine by taking one capsule of 500mg bee pollen daily.
FREQUENCY and INTENSITY of MIGRAINES have come down considerably.Please try.

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