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Use of Chinese herbal medicines can help reduce the risk of developing dementia in migraine patients. A Taiwanese cohort study looked at data from 32,386 migraine patients diagnosed over a 13 year period. A total of 134 subjects were newly diagnosed with dementia during the follow-up period. TCM users were significantly less likely to develop dementia than non-TCM users. The most frequently prescribed formula and single herb products were Jia Wei Xiao Yao San and Yan Hu Suo, respectively.

Decreased risk of dementia in migraine patients with traditional Chinese medicine use: a population-based cohort study. Oncotarget. 2017 Jul 8;8(45):79680-79692.

 

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