Definitions for "Feverfew"
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.
Also known as featherfew or bachelor's button. Feverfew provides dietary support for normal, healthy cerebral blood vessel tone. Its active ingredients include camphor, terpene and borneol. Other ingredients include B complex, magensium, selenium, iron and vitamins A and C.