FEVERFEW

A plant extract, it reduces redness, fights free radicals, and calms inflammation.
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feverfew

[n] - bushy aromatic European perennial herb having clusters of buttonlike white-rayed flower heads
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Feverfew

archaic or obsolete terms > Herbs & Plants: Chrysanthemum Parthenium. Also known as featherfew, featherfoil, flirtwort, bachelor's buttons. A hedgerow growing plant with yellow, daisy like flowers. Used as an emmenagogue. Was also employed in hysterical complaints, nervousness and lowness of spirits, and as a general tonic. With sugar or honey adde...
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Feverfew

Feverfew: An herb that has been most commonly used for migraine headaches. Feverfew can cause allergic reactions, especially in persons who are allergic to chamomile, ragweed, or yarrow. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs such as ibuprofen /Advil, Motrin or naproxen /Aleve) can reduce the effect of feverfew. A condition called 'postfeverf...
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Feverfew

Fe'ver·few noun [ Anglo-Saxon feferfuge , from Latin febrifugia . See fever , Fugitive , and confer Febrifuge .] (Botany) A perennial plant ( Pyrethrum, or Chrysanthemum, Parthenium ) allied to camomile, having finely divided leaves and white blossoms;...
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feverfew

Tanacetum parthenium noun bushy aromatic European perennial herb having clusters of buttonlike white-rayed flower heads; valued traditionally for medicinal uses; sometimes placed in genus Chrysanthemum
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feverfew

(fe´vәr-fu″) the dried leaves of the herb Tanacetum parthenium, used for migraine, arthritis, rheumatic diseases, and allergy.
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Feverfew

• (n.) A perennial plant (Pyrethrum, / Chrysanthemum, Parthenium) allied to camomile, having finely divided leaves and white blossoms; -- so named from its supposed febrifugal qualities.
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feverfew

(from the article `Chrysanthemum`) ...balsamita); pyrethrum (C. coccineum); Marguerite, or Paris daisy (C. frutescens); Shasta daisy (hybrid forms of C. maximum); florists` ...
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feverfew

feverfew: see chrysanthemum.
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Feverfew

Feverfew (Pyrethrum Parthenium) is a perennial herbaceous plant of the family Compositae common on waste land and near hedges. It bears numerous small heads of flowers on an erect stem, with the lower flowers borne on longer stalks so that the whole inflorescence reaches the same level. The flowers have white ray florets. The leaves are stalked, re...
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Feverfew

Member of the chamomile family, often used in natural cosmetics.
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