bymygra™ - Single Bottle (30 Servings)

$34.95 USD

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Two ways to help maintain head comfort are to maintain normal serotonin, which is a messenger that helps regulate the diameter of the blood vessels.  Stable serotonin levels help the blood vessels in the brain to maintain normal blood vessel dilation, which promotes comfort. Another way to maintain head comfort is to help your body maintain proper circulation to your brain, head, and neck areas. *bymygra™ is specially formulated with riboflavin (vitamin B2), magnesium, feverfew, and butterbur extract that all work synergistically to help the body maintain healthy platelet activity, thereby promoting head comfort. bymygra helps maintain proper blood circulation in the brain, promotes healthy cognitive function, supports healthy blood vessel dilation, and helps the body maintain a healthy level of magnesium, which all contribute to the comfort of the head and neck areas. bymygra supplies a healthy level of magnesium, which correlates with brain health. In addition to promoting head comfort, bymygra promotes healthy cognitive function. *

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Primary Benefits* of bymygra™:

Primary Benefits* of bymygra™:
  • Supports / promotes head comfort
  • Supports / Promotes healthy cognitive function
  • Helps to maintain brain health
  • Promotes proper blood circulation in the brain which helps maintain head comfort (or which works to support head comfort)
  • Helps maintain normal blood flow to the head and neck
  • Supports / promotes healthy platelet activity and blood vessel dilation (helps maintain healthy levels of serotonin released from platelets and leucocytes)
  • Helps maintain normal blood flow to the brain
  • Helps the body maintain a healthy (or sufficient or proper) level of Magnesium, which supports head comfort


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

What Makes This Product Unique?

Two ways to help maintain head comfort are to maintain normal serotonin, which is a messenger that helps regulate the diameter of the blood vessels.  Stable serotonin levels help the blood vessels in the brain to maintain normal blood vessel dilation, which promotes comfort. Another way to maintain head comfort is to help your body maintain proper circulation to your brain, head, and neck areas. *

bymygra™ is specially formulated with riboflavin (vitamin B2), magnesium, feverfew, and butterbur extract that all work synergistically to help the body maintain healthy platelet activity, thereby promoting head comfort. bymygra helps maintain proper blood circulation in the brain, promotes healthy cognitive function, supports healthy blood vessel dilation, and helps the body maintain a healthy level of magnesium, which all contribute to the comfort of the head and neck areas. bymygra supplies a healthy level of magnesium, which correlates with brain health. In addition to promoting head comfort, bymygra promotes healthy cognitive function. *

Product Classifications

Product Classifications

Gluten-Free - The finished product contains no detectable gluten (<10ppm gluten)


Vegan - The product is made without ingredients produced by or derived from animals


Quality Standards - GMP Operations and Standardized Ingredients


Checked For: Heavy Metals, Microbiological Contaminants, Allergens, Residual Solvents, Potency, Purity and Identity

Key Ingredients in bymygra™:

Butterbur Extract: 150 mg

Butterbur comes from a plant found throughout Asia, Europe and some parts of North America.  Studies have shown that butterbur can support head comfort when used over a period of a few months.  Butterbur works in conjunction with other herbs and nutrients to promote consistent head comfort.* 

 

Feverfew Extract (15% standardized petasin): 150 mg.

Feverfew usage originated in southeastern Europe and spread throughout Europe, Australia and North America. Only the leaves are used in herbal supplements.  Traditionally it has been used as a general wellness tonic and to relax and enhance mood.  Today it is used for a variety of other purposes, including the promotion of head comfort.  Feverfew provides a broad spectrum of beneficial phytochemicals. These constituents have been shown to support proper cerebrovascular tone and function and promote normal platelet activity. It also works to promote normal serotonin levels. Feverfew seems to work as a maintenance step in promoting head comfort. *

 

Riboflavin (vitamin B2): 400 mcg

Riboflavin is a catalyst in metabolic function. It can be found in green vegetables, liver, seafood and dairy products. While necessary for human health, it is not produced by the body and must come from our food or dietary supplementation. It is needed for converting food to energy and works as an antioxidant. It promotes normal blood cell formation and proper nervous system function. Riboflavin has been used in clinical studies to promote proper levels of mitochondrial energy. It works as a neuroprotective mitochondrial nutrient to combat oxidative stress and neuroinflammation, as well as support normal mitochondrial function in the brain (the powerhouse of cells). Multiple studies have demonstrated that riboflavin supports head comfort. *


Magnesium (AquaMin® Mg, sourced from red marine algae): 150 mg

Magnesium is an important mineral and plays a vital role in multiple physiologic processes and therefore it is a vital component in a healthy diet. Magnesium promotes the conversion of carbohydrates, proteins and fat into energy. It can be found in foods like artichokes, nuts, beans, leafy greens, whole grains and shellfish. Aquamin Mg is a highly bioavailable source of magnesium sourced from marine algae. Taking a large serving of magnesium orally seems to promote head comfort. Studies have shown that increased intake of magnesium, supports head comfort. Magnesium works to support cerebrovascular tone by promoting healthy platelet activity and also supports the stabilization of cell membranes. Normal cerebrovascular tone has been found to be important in maintaining head comfort. Several double-blind placebo-controlled studies have demonstrated that oral magnesium is of nutritional benefit for adults. It is important to keep magnesium levels normal in the body for many reasons. *


 *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

‡ As AquaMin® Mg. AquaMin Mg is a registered trademark of Marigot Ltd.

Frequently Asked Questions about bymygra™:

bymygra has magnesium from algea, If I have a shellfish allergy can I take bymygra?

Yes, while the source of the magnesium is a marine alga, that is not the same concern as shellfish or other fish allergies.

Does bymygra™ contain caffeine?

No, bymygra does not contain caffeine.

Will taking bymygra make me drowsy?

Butterbur has the potential to cause drowsiness, but generally, bymygra should be well tolerated.

What does PA Free mean and why is this important?

Pyrrolizidine alkaloid (PA) constituents are present in butterbur and have been shown to be hepatotoxic (liver toxic). The butterbur extract used in bymygra is PA-free and clear of all hepatotoxins.

How should I take bymygra?

bymygra should be taken daily in order to maintain head comfort. * 

What other Market America Products would complement bymygra?

Isotonix® Coenzyme Q10, Isotonix B-Complex, Isotonix Maximum ORAC

Are there any warnings or contraindications for bymygra?

Yes. If you are currently using any prescription drugs or have an ongoing medical condition, consult with your healthcare provider before using this product. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, do not use this product.

Can I double the dose or take more if my head pain is more severe?

The product is designed to be taken as directed, please refer to the Directions for Use for specifics.

How do I take bymygra?

Adults over 18 years of age, take 2 capsules daily.

If I have a head pain, do I take bymygra and the head pain goes away?

No, this product is meant to be taken daily in order to provide nutrients that will help promote head comfort.

Is this product safe for children? 

No.  This product is intended for those 18 and older. 

If I take this product, can I stop taking my migraine medicine?

This product is not designed to replace any prescription drug, but to promote head comfort.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Scientific Support for bymygra™

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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Increased Blood Flow

It's hard for me to know if this product is responsible for increased blood flow as it is fairly new but I had acupuncture and cupping yesterday and I'm 2 years older than the last time I had it and the acupuncturist noted the cupping left much more faded marks than the last time which would indicate increased blood flow.

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April 21, 2021

Dear Valued Customer,

Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts on the bymygra! We are happy to hear you are pleased with the product!

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MY NEW FAVORITE PRODUCT!

I won't go a day without taking this! Within 3 days a felt a huge different in my head and neck with less pressure and tension!

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April 17, 2021

Dear Valued Customer,

Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts on the bymygra™! We are happy to hear you are pleased with the product!

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