Feverfew Cut And Sifted Bulk By The Ounce
Common Names: Bachelor's Button, Bride's Button, Compositae, Featherfew, Featherfoil, Febrifuge Plant, Feverfew, Pyrethrum, Wild ChamomileMost
Scientific Name: Tanacetyn Parthenium
Common Uses: Carminative (gas relief), emmenagogue (promotes menstrual flow), purgative (strong laxative), stimulant, bitter tonic, antipyretic (reduces fever), aperient (mild laxative), anti-inflammatory, vermifuge
*Warnings: As with any dietary or herbal supplement, you should advise your health care practitioner of the use of this product. If you are nursing, pregnant, or considering pregnancy, consult your doctor first, Do not use for migraine resulting from a weak, deficiency condition. Seek medical advice. May cause dermatitis or allergic reactions. Mouth sores are common. Some people have developed mouth ulcers while taking feverfew. Discontinue use if this occurs. Usually this condition comes from the fresh leaves, try sauteing the leaves first.Patients taking blood thinning drugs should avoid taking feverfew because it can affect the clotting times of the blood.
Origin: This bushy plant is native to southeastern Europe but is now found in North and South America.