Migraine Magick giveaway, review and discount code for Migraine natural spray

I was sent a bottle of Migraine Magick and roller to review* and have partnered with them to give away a bottle to one lucky winner!  I always have a roller of essential oils in my purse to use on my temples, forehead, neck, and wrists so I knew the roller would be handy. The roller is great for on the go but I really love the spray at home.

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What is Migraine Magick?

According to Lisa, owner and creator, it is “An integrative approach to self care, The Magick Brand™ bridges elements of ancient eastern medicines with the latest in western technology, infused with energy through precious minerals and gemstones….

The Magick Brand™ incorporates principles of eastern medicine focused on balancing energy within the mind, body and soul as fundamental to nurturing energy and well-being. Combined with the latest advances in biotechnology, quantum physics and frequency, the results provide an unparalleled synergy which noticeably transforms your body, mind and soul with each use.”

I will be honest in saying, I’m not sure how crystals work and how they balance or nurture the body. I tend to be a bit skeptical about gemstones healing me, but when I’m in chronic pain, I tend to be a bit more open towards options. I like the idea of stones and crystals and they are pretty but I haven’t been sure on how or if they can help.

I’ve been using the spray now for a few weeks and find it to be refreshing and light.  I love the spray because I spray my whole face.  With essential oils, I rub a specific pressure or pain point with the roller.  I like the spray because I can spray and treat my whole face. I get pain behind my eyes, temples, jaw, forehead, neck, shoulders and back of the head. I also spray my stomach when I’m nauseous and like it for treating the larger area. The spray can widely treat the pain areas without burning or too strong of smell all over.

Migraine Magick isn’t a “burning” type muscle rub.  I try a lot of different oils and rubs and this one isn’t strong smelling or burning (a slight tingle sometimes though).  I typically reach for it as I walk out the door with a raising headache, migraine or stressful day ahead of me.  I spray my face, neck and saturate my skin in Migraine Magick. It seems to be a product I keep reaching for.  It relaxes me and subtly soothes my wide spread pain without smelling like menthol.

The downfall is, Migraine Magick is a bit expensive.  With all the things I try, how do I know it will work for me and be worth the investment?  Well, I don’t know.  The only advice I can say is, try it!

I have 2 ways for you to try it today!

  1. Use code mymigrainelife to get $22 off your bottle. here

  2. Enter to win a bottle!!!!

Enter GIVEAWAY!

Ends 12/12/2017

Must comment on post and options for additional entries. No purchase necessary. See terms & conditions

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*Remember that there is no cure for Migraine.  The products I try often help relieve symptoms but do not make the Migraine “go away”.  I use products in my everyday life and at my own risk.  This post contains affiliate links but my opinions are my own.  Consult a doctor if you have any questions and good luck on your journey to finding relief.

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2 thoughts on “Migraine Magick giveaway, review and discount code for Migraine natural spray

  1. I’m quite curious about this. I do find migraines to be something that nothing can really touch (apart from perhaps prescription Sumatriptan, but even that’s a little limited and I don’t like the side effects). I quite like 4Head for easing a little tension across your head and it’s nice to have at hand for general headaches. x

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