URLifeBack Migraine & Headache Support is a powerful all-natural blend containing the Humulus Lupulus flower, Vitamin B12 and the Tanacetum Parthenium flower. These 3 ingredients working together, help to support severe head discomfort rather than just masking symptoms. Our product does not contain any artificial ingredients, binders or fillers and we use only the purest natural ingredients.

Hop growing in a field


 Hops are native to Europe and western Asia and can now be found throughout North America. Once used as a food in ancient Roman culture, this flavorful but bitter plant also has significant medicinal properties. Hops are good for nervous, stressful headaches and headaches accompanied by nausea, anxiety or insomnia.


Tanacetum Parthenium flower growing in a field


Tanacetum parthenium is a flowering plant in the daisy family, Asteraceae. It is also known as feverfew, or bachelor buttons.  Feverfew is a popular herbal remedy frequently promoted for the reduction and prevention of migraines. Clinical studies show that Feverfew helps migraines by hindering the release of blood vessel dilating substances from platelets and inhibiting the production of inflammatory substances. Many double-blind placebo controlled trials have been conducted on this herb. Treatment with the herb, feverfew, has been associated with reduction in the number and severity of migraines as well as nausea, vomiting, light sensitivity, and noise sensitivity. Visual analogue scores showed improvement with no serious side-effects and no major safety problems.


Doctor holding a Vitamin B12 sign


ComplexB12 deficiency can play a significant role in neurological health. In the case of refractory or chronic Migraines, it is wise to be sure that your B12 status is adequate. Researchers have discovered that B vitamins appearS to play a role in preventing migraines in combination with other healthy nutrients. Additionally, vitamin B can help relieve symptoms of PMS, including headaches, making it an effective treatment for those who suffer from hormonal imbalances.