Beam’s active ingredients (CoQ10, riboflavin, and magnesium) are generally safe to take alongside other medications, but note that magnesium can reduce the effectiveness of the anticonvulsant gabapentin (also known as Gralise, Horizant, or Neuraptine). If you have any questions, it’s best to talk to your medical provider before starting Beam.
Articles in this section
- What is Beam?
- What ingredients are in Beam and how do they help migraine sufferers?
- Do I need a prescription to take Beam?
- Why should I take Beam instead of taking these supplements separately?
- Does Beam have any side effects?
- Can I take Beam when I’m pregnant or nursing?
- Can Beam interact with other medications I’m taking?
- Can I mix Beam with liquids other than water?
- Can I take Beam over the course of the day or do I need to take it all at once?
- Is there any proof that Beam’s ingredients are effective?