Feverfew has a long history of medicinal use , Steven Foster, one of America's most eminent herbalists, points out in his excellent monograph on feverfew that Dioscorides, a first century Greek physician, recommended it over 1900 years ago.
It has been used as a carminative (relieves stomach problems-gaseous distention and flatulence), emmenagogue (substance which promotes menstrual discharge), tonic, vermifuge (expeller of parasitic worms), and anti inflammatory agent for arthritis. It has also been used for the treatment of kidney pain, vertigo, and relief from morning sickness.Parthenolide content.
1.Feverfew extract is effective on lowering blood pressure, lessen stomach irritation. 2.Feverfew extract can be used for treatment of migraine, rheumatic go far a variety of diseases.
3.Feverfew flower extract can be used for reducing renal pain, easing the dizziness and morning vomiting.
4.Feverfew flower extract has function of stimulating the appetite, improving digestion and kidney function.
5.Feverfew flower extract has the function of expelling wind and effectively,treating gastrointestinal pain and so on.
6.Feverfew extract has a strong anti-tumor activity, elimination of lead in acute and chronic myeloid leukemia stem
cells, essentially to contain disease
1.Pharmaceuticals:most commonly used in the treatment and prevention of migraine headaches.
2.Natural ingredients in cosmetics:
3. Feverfew extractsare widely used in cosmetics and body care products industries for its multiple soothing qualities.
4.Used as an insecticide: Feverfew is also used as an insecticide. Bees, in particular, object to feverfew and commercial applications of insecticides may include Pyrethrum.