10 Foods That Help Migraine Go Away


Mushrooms contain high levels of a B vitamin, known as Riboflavin, which is commonly used to improve the symptoms of migraine. A 2004 study administered over 400 mg of Riboflavin to patients every day and observed the intensity, duration, and frequency of the headache. The study revealed that the frequency of headaches was greatly decreased, but the intensity and duration remained the same. According to the Quality Standards Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology and the American Headache Society, riboflavin may be efficient in stopping headaches.

The effective mushrooms are not the normal old ones you find in the streets. Over the years, scientists have studied the impact of psilocybin on migraine. If you are wondering what psilocybin is: it is the chemical mainly responsible for the psychedelic effects of “magic” mushrooms. Scientists discovered that the effects of psilocybin on migraines are positive and long-lasting.