Feverfew herb

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Migraines are painful, severe headaches that are accompanied by a variety of other symptoms that are often debilitating. Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) isn’t the most common herb on the market, but it has shown its value in the treatment of these terrible headaches. Feverfew has well known anti-inflammatory effects on the body that can reduce the pressure and tension in the temples and other parts of the head, thus relieving the most notable symptom, and also soothing other symptoms, such as nausea.

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