Thank you all for your insights. I have been dealing with this condition for over 6 years now and it has progressively gotten worse. I have always been very proactive in my health care.
I have used every Triptan (Maxalt, Amerge, Relpax, Imitrex, Zomig, etc) and can't use them anymore due to the stroke risk. As a side note,to anyone using the SQ ones (Imitrex StatDose) pinch the skin on your thigh and shoot into that, it hurts a lot less and makes it easier to give it to yourself (granted you still have to deal with the other side effects).
I am on daily prophylactic meds and have failed them when it comes to long term effectiveness. Beta and Calcium Channel Blockers were the first ones and they had NO effect. Currently we are using Keppra (an anti-seizure medication) and Wellbutrin as prophylactic medications. I have also tried Topiramate, Gabapentin and Nortryptline in the past, but they quit working and had to be discontinued.
I do take Magnesium, CoQ10 supplements, Vitamin D (supposedly people who suffer from chronic pain conditions have low levels in their systems) and other supplements, but currently am not having much change. I only started that a little over a month ago, so I know it can take up to 3 to actually have any effect. I have also been taking Green Super Food, which if nothing else has resulted in much better toxicity levels on my liver panels. I had not really heard much about Feverfew, but am more than willing to add that to the list and see how that works, so thank you for that one.
The biggest reason I want to find natural treatments is that I don't want to become addicted or reliant on narcotics like so many of the others I know. I also don't like how they make me feel. Also, being allergic to Codeine makes the list of medications I could use limited. I have found that Xanax can help, but again, I don't like the idea of that kind of "rescue" medication.
I do use biofeedback and meditation to help manage stress and have found it can help during mild attacks. Problem is that they are not really helpful for the bad attacks. I like the ideas of the additional meditative options, so I will be looking for a teacher ASAP.
I have been using Botox for the last 3 years and find it works pretty well for about a month, but it can only be administered every 3 months. The theory is that is helps to paralyze the muscles and nerves involved and relieve some of the intercranial pressure. One option that has been thrown around is burning certain nerves, but I am not ready for something like that just yet.
Thanks again to everyone who has shared their insights and I look forward to hearing anything else people have to share.