Feverfew is also known as- Tanacetum parthenium, Chrysanthemum parthenium, Bachelor's Buttons, Featherfew, Featherfoil and Flirtwort.
Feverfew is one of the most popular herbs on the market right now, thanks to its natural ability gor soothing headaches and migraines. As its name suggests, it was first used in traditional herbal remedies for various non-specific fevers, before finding a place in modern herbology from around the 1970s.
Feverfew has one of the longest histories of any herb. Its first recorded use (to be taken with a pinch of salt) was to save the life of a Greek construction worker who fell off the roof of the Parthenon. This explains the derivation of its technical name, Parthenium.
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When brewed into a tea, feverfew has many beneficial effects. Its anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving action can help with arthritis pain, while it can also soothe upset stomachs. As its name suggests, it is also a useful remedy for reducing fever and providing relief from severe colds.
Feverfew has pleasing benefits for females also. When drunk regularly as a mild tea, the nutrients in feverfew can help balance estrogen levels and regulate menstruation. Of course, pregnant mothers should therefore be very careful about taking it.
Avoid feverfew if you are allergic to ragweed, daisies, chamomile, chrysanthemums, or yarrow.
Not to be used while pregnant.
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