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Feverfew Tincture (Tanacetum parthenium) - 2 oz. - Organic

Feverfew Tincture (Tanacetum parthenium) - 2 oz. - Organic

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Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium). Common names: Bachelor's button, featherfew, Santa Maria, motherwort, wild chamomile.

Organic, dried, cut/sifted leaves & flowers from USA. May be used to ease headache, migraine, pain, inflammation, gas, PMS, cramps, & stress-related tension. It boosts the nervous system, possibly reducing panic attack, tinnitus, vertigo, nausea, & vomiting. Also used as a tincture with water to repel insects or sooth bites.

Energetically: Cooling, dry, warming.

Taste: Bitter, pungent.

Ancients used it to protect against illness & accidents.

Warning: Do not use during pregnancy or if you take blood thinners. High doses may start early menstruation. Use less if it causes an upset stomach.

Tincture Benefits: Take two dropperful daily to keep migraines away.

Convenient (keep it anywhere it isn't easy to brew tea)
Stays potent much longer (especially if you keep it out of direct light)
Easier to administer
Taste it for less time than a tea
Less volume per dose
Can be added to other liquids to hide the taste from picky people

We can make any of our herbs into tinctures for you. The process takes up to 6 weeks, depending on the moon cycle, it could be longer. We need the non-refundable payment in advance. Feel free to send us a message to get an estimate.

Migraine suggestions from Rosemary Gladstar's "Herbal Recipes for Vibrant Health - Pour 1 quart of boiling water over 1 oz. feverfew; add other desired herbs. Steep 20 minutes, covered tightly. Strain and drink 1/4 cup every 30 minutes until the headache is gone. 


Dilute 1/4 teaspoon of feverfew tincture in 1/2 cup warm water or lemon balm tea every hour until headache is cleared.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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