Migraines can often produce vestibular type symptoms of dizziness, nausea/vomiting and some neurological effects like the visual aura. So vestibular therapists may run into some migraine sufferers. This article is suggesting an herbal supplement called Butterbur, which is newly available in the US. It states that taking 50mg twice daily of Butterbur as a preventative has been shown to reduce migraines by as much as 50%! That’s pretty good! The migraine sufferers I have known would be willing give something a go if it only reduced the symptoms by 5%, because the symptoms are so disabling. The article also mentions that Butterbur is good for allergies and asthma as well. Want more info about migraines in general (What is the difference between a migraine and regular headache? etc.) or Butterbur along with the scientific evidence backing this supplement? Please click the link above!