Apr 19, 2011
For centuries, European folk healers have been using feverfew to treat many conditions including migraines and headaches, arthritis, fevers, muscle tension, and pain. Feverfew has also been used to lower blood pressure, lessen stomach irritation, stimulate appetite, and to help improve digestion and kidney function. Clinical studies have shown that the use of feverfew may reduce the frequency and severity of headaches by inhibiting the production of prostaglandin hormones that cause inflammation of blood vessels. This may help prevent blood vessel spasms, which may contribute to headaches. In these studies, both the frequency and the severity of migraines were reduced among study participants who took feverfew daily as a preventive measure. Chemicals found in feverfew have shown to mimic cortisone in the body, which may be effective in decreasing many types of pain from muscle aches to toothaches. Because of its anti-inflammatory attributes, feverfew has also been shown to be effective in relieving the stiffness and pain of arthritis.
Core Feverfew is a Spagyric preparation of feverfew that may be used to soothe painful symptoms while addressing the underlying cause behind chronic inflammation, chronic pain, fever, headaches and migraines.