A perennial plant (Pyrethrum Parthenium, or Chrysanthemum Parthenium) allied to camomile, having finely divided leaves and white blossoms; -- so named from its supposed febrifugal qualities.
used for prophylaxis and treatment of migraine headaches, nausea, vomiting, arthritis, fever, and menstrual disorders. flaxseed: used for female disorders, colon problems, inflammation, and tumors. Promotes strong nails, bones, and teeth and healthy skin. garlic cloves: used in the West primarily for its cardiovascular effects, principally as a support to dietetic measures at elevated levels of lipids in blood and as a preventive measure for age-dependent vascular changes. Garlic is also used for atheroma, prophylaxis of atherosclerosis, hypertension, respiratory infections, and catarrhal conditions and as a natural antibiotic.
A perennial herb; anti-inflammatory and antipyretic; effective for migraines, asthma, colds, depression, diarrhoea and rheumatic complaints.
Category: plant / herb Scientific name: Chrysanthemum parthenium Feverfew has been used since 100 A.D. as a treatment for headaches, menstrual irregularities, stomachaches, and fever.
An herb (Tanacetum parthenium). The ancient Greeks and Egyptians cherished feverfew as a valuable herbal remedy due to its anti-inflammatory effects. Recently, the herb has become tremendously popular for its ability to reduce prostaglandins and histamines, thereby reducing spasms of blood vessels (a common cause of headaches). The fresh leaves are traditionally used since they are concentrated in the active components called parthenolides.
bushy aromatic European perennial herb having clusters of buttonlike white-rayed flower heads; valued traditionally for medicinal uses; sometimes placed in genus Chrysanthemum
A perennial with small blossoms and leaves that are medicinal. The leaves are helpful in the treatment of migraine headaches. This may be due to its ability to block release of inflammatory substances from the blood. Although recommended for routine use, it may help dogs with pain from arthritis.
An herb (plant of the chrysanthemum family) used for the prevention of migraine headaches. It is more widely used in England than in this country. Potency varies from one preparation to another since this herb is not regulated by the Federal Food and Drug Administration. There are anecdotal reports in the medical literature that it is helpful, but no carefully controlled scientific studies.
the common garden feverfew is popularly used in England and other parts of Europe for its anti-inflammatory properties. It is recommended for migraine headaches. It is also recommended for inflammatory types of arthritis. There are at least two double-blind clinical studies to support its effectiveness. An herbal extract that typically contains 0.7% parthenolide as active components; historically used as an anti-inflammatory.
A Pernese herb.
Feverfew ( Tanacetum parthenium), also known as Bachelor's Button, is a common flowering aromatic plant. Feverfew was known to the ancient Egyptians and Greeks who regarded it as a valuable remedy to alleviate headaches, joint pain, stomach aches, menstrual pains and fever. For centuries it has also been employed as an emmenagogue to promote menstrual flow.
(Chrysanthemum parthenium). Indigestion, colic, diarrhea, abortion. "Feverfew" is a corruption of "febrifuge," meaning "to reduce fever." May cause dermatitis or allergic reactions.
As A Treatment"...Parthenolide is thought to work as an anti-inflammatory agent via inhibition of inflammatory prostaglandins, reduction of histamine production and eventually reducing the activity of inflammatory cells..."
As A Treatment"...Feverfew has been helpful in other conditions such as general swelling, arthritis, promoting menstrual flow and as a digestive aid..."
Chrysanthemum parthenium Known" historically as the "headache herb" an excellent herb for treating migraine headaches and associated symptoms such as nausea and depression as well as arthritic pain due to inflammation. It has also been sued to treat dizziness, Tinnitus, and active inflammatory Arthritis. Folk remedies recommend Feverfew for treatment of sluggish or painful menstruation. A WORD OF CAUTION!: Feverfew should not be used during pregnancy because of its stimulating effect on the womb.
Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium; syn. Chrysanthemum parthenium (L.) Pers., Pyrethrum parthenium Sm.) is a traditional medicinal herb which is found in many old gardens, and is also occasionally grown for ornament; the plant grows into a small bush up to around 18 inches high, with citrus-scented leaves and is covered by flowers reminiscent of daisies.