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    Dried Feverfew Herb Cut (Tanacetum parthenium)

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    INCI: Tanacetum parthenium

    Dried Feverfew Herb Cut has traditionally been used to treat fevers and headaches.

    Size: 75g.


      • Most famous herb for treating headaches
      • May reduce frequency and severity of migraine headaches. Especially those that are relieved by applying warmth to the head
      • Also headaches arising from a cold
      • May also assists with “Vertigo”, the turning of the head
      • Reduces symptoms of rheumatism an arthritic problems effectively
      • Will help relieve painful periods and sluggish menstrual flow
      • Can be used to speed up labour and after child birth to cleanse and tone the uterus
      • Helps for dizziness and tinnitus
      • Reduces fever
      • May expel worms
      • Feverfew in material sachets makes a good moth repellent.
      • For animals: Digestive problems, arthritis, breeding problems, difficult labour, retained afterbirth.
      • Pour 1 cup of boiling water over 1-2 teaspoons leaves. Infuse and strain. Drink 2-3 times a day. Use for 10 days, skip 2 days.
      • Anti-inflammatory
      • Vasodilator
      • Emmenagogue
      • Bitter
      • Do not use during pregnancy because of the stimulant action on the womb.
      • Contains toxic substances and should not be taken in large doses.
      • Can cause gastrointestinal distress, mouth ulcers and some allergic actions.
      • If taken for any length of time, sudden discontinuation can result in withdrawal syndrome consisting of headaches, irritability, trouble sleeping and joint pain.
      • Patients taking Warfarin or blood thinning medicine should not use feverfew.
      • It may take 1-4 months before the effects become evident.

      Technical data sheets or COA available on request.

      This product is grown in an organic and regenerative fashion with as minimal use of insecticides, pesticides, herbicides and fungicides as possible, in certified organic fertilizer. The product is certified food grade. It is not certified organic. Suitable for Kosher, Halaal and Hindi diets.

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