How much would one day without migraines be worth to you?
And be very careful how you answer that question – because Big Pharma is listening.
The Food and Drug Administration has just approved a new migraine “prevention” drug that will practically EMPTY your bank account.
And when you hear how poorly it works… how practically WORTHLESS it is… you’ll be APPALLED.
But here’s the good news…
There’s a simple way to put those painful, life-wrecking migraines behind you for good.
And you can do it for MUCH less than the greedy execs at Big Pharma want to charge you.
This drug is nothing but headaches
Just keep forking over the cash.
That’s what Teva Pharmaceuticals wants you to do.
But when it comes to Ajovy, the drug company’s new injection for migraine prevention, how could you possibly get your money’s worth?
The monthly shot will be offered to WHOLESALERS at nearly $600 a pop. And your pharmacy will charge A LOT more than that.
Even if it’s covered by insurance, you’ll max out your coverage before you can get your OTHER prescriptions filled.
If Ajovy worked like gangbusters… if it made you IMMUNE to migraine attacks… you’d find a way, no matter the cost.
But that’s not what it does at all.
In one three-month study, folks taking Ajovy only had about TWO fewer migraines than people taking a placebo.
That’s not even ONE fewer migraine a month – and that was the GOOD study!
In another study, the Ajovy group only had about 1 to 1.5 fewer migraines, compared to placebo, over three months.
Not exactly a ringing endorsement, especially when the migraines you’ll STILL have are just as bad as before.
Besides that, sticking yourself with a needle can be painful AND cause infections at the injection site. It can even make you erupt into a miserable rash.
With a drug this new, you can bet that more side effects WILL pop up – especially since the clinical trials only lasted three months.
Yet they expect you to take it the rest of your life!
You deserve better, and HSI Advisory panelist Dr. Allan Spreen offers a way to cut your migraine frequency in HALF: a blend of B vitamins, including folic acid, B6, and B12.
And better yet, when those occasional attacks do strike, they’ll be less severe.
If you want to try injections, talk to your doctor about a combo of magnesium and B6.
It works wonders and will cost you around 10 bucks.