MigraHerb Feverfew Migraine Relief. A traditional herbal medicinal product used for the prevention of migraine headaches exclusively based upon long-standing use as a traditional remedy. MigraHerb should only be taken by patients who have been diagnosed with migraine by their doctor. Always read the label. VegetarianVeganLactose freeGluten freeWheat free Soya freeCorn freeSugar freeGM free Herbal active Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium L. Schultz Bip.) Strength 100mg of Feverfew herb Dose One capsule daily A licensed herbal medicine means a safe, high quality product MigraHerb Migraine Relief Capsules have been registered under the Traditional Herbal Registration Scheme (THRS), a regulatory approval process for herbal treatments in the EU. Registration under this scheme primarily means that: MigraHerb is a regulated herbal product and meets specific standards of safety and quality MigraHerb is of pharmaceutical quality and has been manufactured to European Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) Guidelines The quality of many herbal products on the UK market at present is unknown and there are no independent quality and safety checks available to offer you reassurance about these products. MigraHerb’s registration under the THRS scheme provides you with the reassurance that it has been assessed by the MHRA and meets the required standard of safety and quality, as well as providing reliable patient information. The THR number on product packaging provides the proof of evidence that MigraHerb has met the MHRA’s agreed level of safety and quality, and that the on-pack consumer information has been approved by the MHRA. Each pharmaceutical grade capsule is foiled blister packed to retain its freshness and maintain its potency. We are committed to improving people’s health and wellbeing and do so using only the finest plant based, natural healthcare products. Please click Trust Schwabe to see why we’re the leaders in traditional herbal medicine, worldwide. MigraHerb contains Feverfew, a member of the daisy family and looks somewhat similar to camomile at first glance. It has a strong distinctive smell and is particularly disliked by bees. It grows wild in many parts of Europe and the British Isles.