Feverfew Tincture | Tanacetum parthenium

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Feverfew Tincture

Feverfew Tincture (Tanacetum parthenium)

Tincture of feverfew herb (Tanacetum parthenium) 1:3 45%

Tanacetum parthenium, organic grain alcohol

Daily adult dose: 0.5 - 1.5ml unless otherwise prescribed.

Caution for people with allergy to daisy family. Not for use in pregnancy.

Tanacetum parthenium

Common names: Feverfew, Midsummer Daisy, Batchelor's Buttons, Flirtwort

Family: Asteraceae

Parts used: Leaves and aerial parts when in flower.

Habitat: Originally native to south eastern Europe and temperate Asia, now naturalised throughout Australia, North America and Europe as a common garden plant. Prefers sun, drought and frost resistant.

Constituents: Volatile oil containing pinene, limolene, camphor and others. Sesquiterpene lactones including parthenolide which appears to inhibit release of serotonin, which can trigger migraine. Flavonoids, including kaempherol, quercetin, apigenin, luteolin and others. Vitamins A, B1, B2, C, high amounts of iron, manganese, phosphorous, chromium, selenium, calcium, potassium.

Actions: Migraine prophylactic, Anti-inflammatory, Stomachic, Anti-pyretic, Anthelmintic, Antirheumatic

History, folklore, taste and energetics: The plant is aromatic and very bitter tasting. Traditionally used as an enlivening tension relieving plant to eat one fresh leaf a day, but avoid eating the fresh plant on an empty stomach, it may cause mouth ulcers in some people.

Traditional and current uses:

• Migraines

• Migraine prevention

• Tension-type headaches

• Traditionally used as an enlivening, tension-relieving tonic by eating one fresh leaf a day possibly added to a salad or sandwich. Avoid eating the fresh plant on an empty stomach, it may cause mouth ulcers in some people.

• Indigestion

• Arthritis

Disclaimer: The information on this website is provided for educational use only, and is not intended as a replacement for the services of a qualified medical herbalist, doctor or licensed health practitioner. The information contained herein is not diagnostic, always consult a medical health professional before embarking on a treatment programme. Urban Fringe Dispensary disclaims any liability, loss, injury or damage incurred as a consequence of the use and application of the advice given herein.

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