Product Overview

As the name might suggest, Feverfew has historically been used for fevers but its more from confusion than any powers the plant has. The herb was called Featherfoil in the Middle Ages after its feather-like leaves. This soon adapted to Feverfew and was THEN used to treat fevers by herbalists of the day. Feverfews actual benefits we also discovered by accident after the wife of the chief medical officer of the UK’s National Coal Board was told about chewing the herb for headache relief by a miner! This gave her instant relief and was heard about by the City of London Migraine Clinic who tested chewing Feverfew leaves on several clients with instant success.

Latin name: Tanacetum parthenium
Amount: 50-100g
Type: Organic, Dried Leaves



What is it used for?

  • Feverfew is primarily used to treat migraines and headaches
  • Other benefits are as an aid to digestion and menstrual discomfort

How to prepare

The best way to try to get relief from a migraine or headache is to chew two fresh or frozen Feverfew leaves per day

To drink as an infusion add half to one teaspoon of crushed leaves to one cup of boiling water and steep for up to ten minutes, up to two times per day

Can be taken in capsule form


  • Do not give to any child under two years old
  • Do not use while pregnant or nursing
  • Avoid using Feverfew in medicinal amounts if you have a history of abnormal blood-clotting
  • Consult a medical professional if taking medicinal amounts over a long period

Additional information

Additional information

Latin Name

Tanacetum parthenium



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