Fever few has long been associated with easing headaches, but it is not for
every type of headache.
It is well known as a nutritional aid for headaches due to a disturbed nervous
It provides nutrients to help balance the levels of prostaglandins and
serotonin in the body thus helping the nervous system.
Feverfew has also been shown to help prevent the release of enzymes and
histamines from immune cells, and this may explain the herbís traditional use
for supporting joint health and comfort.
A member of the sunflower family,
feverfew is grown in flower gardens throughout Europe and the United States and
other countries, and has been used for centuries as a nutritional aid to support
the central nervous system and joint health.
Parthenolide is an active chemical naturally present in feverfew and appears
to possess remarkable qualities, particularly for those who require regular and
serious nervous system nutritional support.
The parthenolide in this product is obtained from the leaf of specially grown
feverfew plants. Parthenolide is the major dietary component of feverfew.
Common names: Bachelors buttons,
featherfew, featherfoil, flirtwort.
See precautions below please.