I got this from Headache and migraine news.com - kind of interesting to know. I mean we all react differently to different medications, obviously, but still interesting to know what are statistically the top functional ones.
"Highest rated treatmentsHere are some of the highest rated treatments for migraine. There are four categories:
Lowest rated treatments These are the items that had a negative rating, meaning that they’re not recommended at this time: Lamotrigine, Clomipramine, Acebutolol, Clonazepam, Nabumetone, Oxcarbazepine, Telmisartan, montelukast."Headache and migraine news.com
- Over-the-counter: Petasites (butterbur) (such as Petadolex)
- Triptans: frovatriptan
- Antiepileptics: divalproex sodiumsodium valproate, topiramate
- beta-blockers: metoprolol, propranolol, timolol
To read more: www.neurology.org