Feverfew Herbal Tea Or Tisane Very Healthy Drink Helps Migraine Depression Vertigo


Feverfew or scientifically Tanacetum partenium, looks similar to Chamomile or a small Chrysanthemum like Daisy. It has long been used for treating migraine and in the 1980’s some clinical double-blind studies confirmed that in some instances the herb was quite effective. How, however still eludes science. Possible by inhibiting Serotonin release from blood platelets, thus stopping the restriction of blood vessels to the brain. However, not all migraine attacks are caused by this mechanism, so this herb does not offer a sure-fire cure. Feverfew has also been used for melancholy and depression, as well as dizziness and vertigo. Feverfew is also known as a Women’s herb, effective in regulating menstruation and bringing on delayed periods. It has also traditionally been drunk for coughs and fevers. The list of remedies and cures does seem to go on, as it has had a long history of use in traditional and folk herbology. Further uses include rheumatoid arthritis, stomach aches, toothaches, insect bites, infertility, problems during and after childbirth, psoriasis, allergies, asthma, tinnitus, and vomiting. Feverfew also has multiple pharmacologic properties, such as being anti-inflammatory, cardiotonic, antispasmodic, and an emmenagogue. Do not use during pregnancy.

It goes without saying that if you're pregnant (or are under the doctor for anything) caution should be exercised with herbal decoctions.

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