Google is offering cloud-enabled cluster headache treatments, anxiety treatments, and a cognitive enhancement technique that it claims is “safe, effective, and scalable.”

The company announced the new products in a blog post today.

Google’s cluster headache research and development center (CBDC) has been developing the therapies since 2011, according to a Google spokesperson.

CBDC’s researchers are looking into how cluster headaches can be treated using cloud technology.

The CBDC announced the services at the CBDC Summit, which is taking place this week.

The company said its cluster headache therapies include one called the Bumblebee, which “provides relief from cluster headaches in a safe, effective and scalable way.”

Google’s clusters include Google Cloud Platform, Google Cloud Memory, and Google Cloud Workflow.

Google said cluster headaches are currently being studied at the company’s Bumblebees research lab.

Cluster headaches can affect up to 100,000 people in the U.S. each year, according the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine.