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Migraines are frequently described as flashes of light, tingling and they occur between the ages of 10-30 years of age and more often in women than men. Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, digital cyanosis (blue color from lack of circulation and/or oxygen), irritability and photophobia are common symptoms. “Orthodox” doctors tend to think that migraine headaches are the result of blood vessel problems; in reality, migraine attacks are the result of food allergies with the “target” tissue being the arteries which constrict in the elastic arteries in the brain and dilate the muscular scalp arteries. Do the pulse test to determine which foods you are allergic to. Treatment and prevention are related to avoidance of food allergens which are identified by means of the pulse test, rotation diets, autoimmune urine therapy, betaine HCI and pancreatic enzymes at 75-200 mg-three times per day., vitamin C to bowel tolerance, bioflavonoids at 200 mg -two times per day and the base line nutritional supplement program.