Research has shown that feverfew is an effective treatment for migraine headaches. However, researches aren't sure how the mechanism works to relieve migraine.
Feverfew is a plant that is native to Europe. It can now be found in North American and Europe as well. It is a perennial plant that grows only to 2 feet in height. It has daisy-like flowers. The leaves can be picked as needed. The aerial parts are gathered during summer months.
Applications: Fever Reducer/Analgesic/Muscle Stimulant
Feverfew has many uses, but it is most commonly used for the treatment of migraine headaches.
Migraine: Feverfew can be used to prevent migraine headaches. In order to get the best effect from it, feverfew must be taken regularly to prevent the headaches. It can also be taken at the early onset of a migraine to reduce discomfort.
Women's Health: Feverfew can help to expel the afterbirth after a child is born. It can also help to stimulate menstruation.
Fever: Feverfew can help to relieve a fever.
Joint pain: Feverfew can be used to reduce pain from arthritis.
All Herbs used are cultivated on our Farm as well as the fiber is provided by the peaceful Alpacas, Llamas & Angora Goats that share our lives with us here at the Farm
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