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Feverfew - 50 grams
Botanical Name: Tanacetum parthenium
Plant Part: Dried Aerials
Status: Certified Organic
Place of Origin: Australia
Feverfew grows widely across Europe and the U.S. It is a member of the flower family that includes daisies and sunflowers. Feverfew has bright yellow and white blossoms and feathery green leaves. Its leaves are used therapeutically. The Greeks use feverfew for inflammation and menstrual discomforts. Great Britain’s use it to treat fever, arthritis, and other types of aches and pains.
Feverfew has instilled new hope for fewer and milder migraine headaches. The herbs name is a Latin derivative meaning to chase away fevers. You may even say it was the aspirin of the eighteenth century. It was used to treat fevers, menstrual and rheumatic pain. Herbalists stopped using the herb for a few hundred years, but now the herb Feverfew is being used to combat migraine headaches.
Migraines are still a mystery to the medical and holistic community. But there have been many studies done on the herb Feverfew. Over aggregating of platelets in the blood appear just before a migraine forcing a release of serotonin. Serotonin causes the blood vessel to dilate. Feverfew, or more correctly the parthenolide contained in it, will stop over-aggregating keeping the blood vessel normal resulting in less painful, less frequent or cessation of migraines.
Use herbs with knowledge and caution. Before using herbs learn about contraindications and warnings for usage either through the many available resources or consult with a qualified aromatherapist.
All information presented is provided as a guideline and we do not warrant its accuracy. Information provided is based on research and data that we believe to be reliable at this time. Statements regarding health conditions are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Consult with a trusted healthcare professional before taking or using any herbs. Each person is different, and the way you react to a particular product may be significantly different from other people.