Feverfew, a member of the
sunflower family has been popular for centuries as a tonic to prevent headaches, migraines
and to treat arthritis. It is the leaves and the flowers which are the medicinal parts of
How It May Benefit
Chewing fresh or dried
feverfew may cause internal mouth sores or abdominal pain.
Do not use feverfew
if you are pregnant.
Feverfew may interfere with
blood clotting ability - speak with your doctor before taking this herb. It may be 2-3
months before it takes effect.
Herbs should only be used under the supervision of an experienced
herbalist or naturopath experienced in herbs.
Available in dry form,
pills, capsules, and tinctures.