Feverfew has a long history of use in traditional and folk wellness uses
Botanical Name: Tanacetum parthenium
Feverfew has been used for reducing fever, for treating headaches, arthritis and digestive problems.
Modern work has supported the use of feverfew as a treatment for migraine headaches. However, it might take four to six weeks before the herb will become effective, and feverfew is not a remedy for acute migraine attacks.
The active ingredients in feverfew include parthenolide and tanetin, both of which offer relief from migraine.
Recently, feverfew has been used by a popular natural skincare brand to calm red and irritated skin.
Instructions for use
Use 2g (1 teaspoon) per serve. Simmer in a pot of water for 10-20 minutes, strain and serve. Add sweetener as needed. Suitable for use in paper tea filters.
If you’re not already sweet enough – why not sweeten your mix with a little Stevia Powder.
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