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Feverfew the amazing herb that relieves migraine headaches by Hancock, Ken.

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Published by Keats Publishing in New Canaan, Conn .
Written in English


  • Feverfew -- Therapeutic use.,
  • Headache -- Alternative treatment.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes index.

StatementKen Hancock ; [introduction by Christopher Hobbs].
SeriesA Keats good herb guide
LC ClassificationsRM666.F44 H357 1997
The Physical Object
Pagination57 p. ;
Number of Pages57
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL662485M
ISBN 100879837985
LC Control Number97007974

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  Masses of one-inch, white, daisy-like flowers with large yellow centers rise on spindly stems above parsley-like leaves. Feverfew, which you might also see referred to as Matricaria parthenoides, Chrysanthemum parthenium, featherfew, febrifuge plant, featherfoil, mid-summer daisy, flirtwort, or wild chamomile, grows anywhere from eight to 24 inches tall, with a width of about the Author: Gretchen Heber. DescriptionFeverfew (a corruption of Febrifuge, from its tonic and fever-dispelling properties) is a composite plant growing in every hedgerow, with numerous, small, daisy-like heads of yellow flowers with outer white rays, the central yellow florets being arranged on a nearly flat receptacle, not conical as in the chamomiles. The stem is finely furrowed and hairy, about 2 feet high; the leaves alternate, downy with . Natural Headache Vitamins – Healthy Brain Function, Ease Your Mind, Open & Clear Head Relief – Strong Potency Magnesium, Butterbur, Feverfew – 60 Vegetarian Soft Capsules out of 5 stars $ $ 99 ($/Count).   Everything You Need to Know About Feverfew **Feverfew (Tanecetum parthenium) is my favorite medicinal herb for headaches (here’s my top 15 herbs for headaches).Not only do I grow Feverfew for medicinal purposes, it is a stunningly beautiful perennial with little white daisy-type flowers and lovely green leaves.