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Feverfew leaves and flowers


The herb Feverfew as an alternative herbal remedy for fevers, headaches, stomach aches, toothaches and insect bites. - Originally a plant native to the Balkan mountains of Eastern Europe, feverfew now grows throughout Europe, North America, and South America.

Common Names--feverfew, bachelor's buttons, featherfew

Latin Names--Tanacetum parthenium, Chrysanthemum parthenium Picture of Feverfew

What Feverfew Is Used For

Herbal Remedy Products with Feverfew as part of the ingredients

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  • MiGone Plus™ - Natural herbal remedy to relieve all types of headaches including migraines and ocular migraines, plus reduce anxiety and muscle tension
    • Prevents migraines and chronic headaches
    • Stops tension headaches before they start
    • Reduces muscle tension and spasms
    • Relieves the symptoms of arthritis
    • Relaxes and reduces anxiety and tension

How Feverfew Is Used

What the Science Says about Feverfew

Side Effects and Cautions of Feverfew

Feverfew plants, flowers and leaves