Feverfew herb extract, benefits, health, effects, plant, supplements, side effects Feverfew

What Feverfew herb Is:

In its traditional use, feverfew, a relative of dandelion and marigolds, supposedly kept fevers at bay. The name is based on febrifuge, the scientific term for a fever-reducing medication. Settlers introduced the plant to North America from Europe, and its diminutive daisylike flowers now bloom in the wild and in gardens all over the United States and Canada. Feverfew's leaves exude a powerful, distinctive aroma that freshens the air and reportedly repels bees.

Feverfew, a member of the sunflower family, has been used medicinally for centuries. It inhibits the manufacture of substances which promote inflammation.

Feverfew extract, benefits, health, effectsFeverfew benefits

Feverfew is mainly used to treat and prevent migraine attacks. It is also used to treat headaches and rheumatoid arthritis.

Cautions

Feverfew should not be used during pregnancy.

 
 
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