Monograph Monday: Feverfew
Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium)
Feverfew is a tremendously helpful herbal ally with a long history in country and folk medicine.
Most commonly in modern herbal medicine it is considered to be an HEENT herb (Head, Ears, Eyes, Nose, and Throat), with its most notable modern day use as a pain and frequency reducer in migraine headaches. However, due to its bitter properties, it was previously considered a popular herb to be used in issues with digestion, sluggish liver, and constipation. Whether you use it for its modern descriptions, or its traditional applications, this herb has proven to be tried and true over time.
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Petra is a faculty member at the Institute of Holistic Nutrition Nutrition, a new member on the HWB Board of Directors, and has been a member of HWB since 2014. She currently runs the HWB Mahonia Chapter for the greater Vancouver BC area and coordinates the community free clinic. She is also the owner of Healing House Natural Wellness Centre, a multi-modality center located in BC Canada. For more info please visit the site, or follow her on Instagram @healinghouseherbal
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