Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium)

Other Common Names:
Feverfew is also called whitewort.

Origin:
Originally thought to have come from Southwest Europe.

What's in it?
Farnesene, essential oils, niacin, manganese, phosphorous, magnesium.

How it works.
When dealing with headaches and/or migraines, Feverfew is best taken 1/2 dropperfuls in water as soon as one feels the symptoms coming on. Otherwise, for the other above conditions, Feverfew is best taken at a dose of 20/30 drops twice a day.

Problem

Women Men
Migraines/Headaches.
Circulation.
Nasal congestion, runny nose.
Low spirits.
Liver Heat.
Repressed Energy.