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How does the natural product E > Micra

From the nature the natural remedy for your head. The natural alternative made from plant extracts.
E > Micra gives you freedom from “Headache” in a completely natural and physiologic.

E > Micra helps to prevent migraines or attenuates the intensity, the time course and the cyclical nature of the attacks. E > Micra provides the body with the specific nutrients insufficient in people predisposed to migraines. It is a valuable food supplement for improving the nutritional metabolic instability responsible for the crisis of headache and prevent excessive mental fatigue states, using a nutraceutical approach.

The synergic action of selected plant extracts (Feverfew, White Willow, Rhodiola, Bogbean, Caffeine Anhydrous, Spirea and Devil’s claw), minerals and vitamins, gives a complete and valid aid to cope in the best way also to the most tiring days, supporting the body’s natural wellness.

Action and elements of E > micra

E > Micra is valid to promote a physiological relaxation and reduce tension of the muscles of the head and neck, due to attrition and to phases of intensive work. Based on Tansy feverfew, white willow, Rhodiola, Bogbean, Caffeine Anhydrous, Spirea. The Fumitory and Devil's Claw totally devoid of side effects on the intestine and on the gastric mucosa.

Feverfew

Feverfew is always used for its remarkable features anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antipyretic, and also is used for the treatment and prevention of migraine and rheumatoid arthritis.

White willow

White willow possesses a bark particularly rich in salicin which, with his conversion, originates salicylic acid, acetylsalicylic acid similar synthetically derived. The results of salicylic acid are known to be always in the folk tradition.

Rhodiola

Rhodiola Rosea increases the transport of tryptophan (an amino acid), which increases by 30% the generation of serotonin, the hormone that raises the mood and increases stress resistance. Rhodiola rosea may therefore be of help in case of migraine and tension-type headaches because, in the absence of serotonin, the brain arterioles tend to dilate.

Buckbean

The buckbean, a time not much esteemed as a therapeutic plant, has slowly gained a place among the medicinal plants for the characteristics tonic, depurative, digestive, febrifuge and refreshing. Indeed, the infusion of this plant is working to increase menstruation too scarce and to deal with the febrile states. In buckbean are present the flavonoids which prove the virtues of anti-inflammatory conferred to the plant.

Caffeine Anhydrous

Caffeine Anhydrous has a valence antinociceptive analgesic). In addition to the vasoconstrictor activity, caffeine plays an analgesic action and anti-asthenic at the central level. Besides that, the caffeine is part of the typology of so-called non-conventional analgesics with rapid activity against primary neurogenic pain also of significant gravity such as those characteristic of migraine and cluster headache.

Spirea

The Spirea ulmaria is part of the Rosaceae family and is a perennial herbaceous plant. The active ingredients are present from the racemes of second white flowers and fruit very aromatic from which, after maceration we acquires an essential oil composed mainly of methyl salicylate, also known as oil of Wintergreen, which is used for outdoor use in diseases of the joints and of the muscles.

Fumitory

Fumaria is a plant with anti-serotonin activity, which is traditionally used to give relief and for its calming properties on the organism.

Devil’s claw

Devil’s claw has been used for centuries in South Africa and in the western herbal medicine in rheumatic diseases, phlogistic, arthrosis, in painful conditions of the locomotor system, in tendonitis.