My husband suffers from debilitating migraines. He gets about 1 slow me down migraine a week and about 1 debilitating migraine a month. 4 months ago we were watching an episode of The Doctors and they featured a migraine reducing muffin. Our plan was to have him have at least 1 muffin a day from now until the end of the year.
Well he's been eating 2 to 3 muffins a day for the last 4 months and he's only had 4 slow me down migraines and according to my husband they aren't even as bad.
In my mind these muffins are working a little too well. Like it's more of a placebo effect. My husband said he doubts it's placebo because he was skeptical. The only reason why he had me make the muffins was because the worst that could happen was a bad tasting muffin. I'm glad my husband's migraines are nearly gone. I was wondering if anyone has ever tried these muffins and how well did they work for you?View Thread
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