flower which could be key in the cancer battle
is a short lived perennial plant which we sowed on an annual basis for the trial to ensure continuity of supply.
Apart from its pharmaceutical uses, feverfew
and its relatives make a handsome mid-bed plant that will bloom throughout the summer and will tolerate full sun.
Dogs from Group II (n=5) were treated beginning from the 4th hour post infection with 1 capsule feverfew
every 12 hours daily (Feverfew
standardized extract 90 mg, 0.7% parthenolide - Nature's Way, USA) given orally.
The study in question assessed a proprietary extract of feverfew
(MIG-99) and found a small decrease in frequency of migraines (0.6 per month) compared with placebo.
The mechanical hypersensitivity induced by repeated treatments with the anticancer drug oxaliplatin and with the antiviral dideoxycytidine was significantly reduced after a single injection of Feverfew
It features a multicolored 'Autumn Beauty' sunflower, which is surrounded by 'Big Bear' sunflowers, orange Mexican sunflowers, golden sneezeweed, white feverfew
, rosemary, and 'Green Tails' amaranth.
(dried leaf): up to 1200 mg daily in divided doses
also possesses anti-inflammatory activity.
The product is packaged in pre-measured UnitDose sachets and is a doctor-recommended homeopathic formulation of feverfew
and ginger that the company claims provides highly effective relief of migraine pain and associated symptoms.
is a common little plant that belongs to the daisy family and has a distinctive odour.
For example, the "Feverfew
" planet can be used to make a moth-repellent free of toxic chemicals, or bait for snails and slugs.