Feverfew Tincture

Feverfew (Tanacetum partenium)

Native to Asia and the Balkans, but now found across the world. Dried leaves are the most common part of the plant used. There is some evidence to suggest it can help reduce the frequency of migraines and associated symptoms such as pain, nausea, vomiting and sensitivity to light. It may be more effective in patients with more frequent migraine attacks. It is also used for painful periods and arthritic pain.

1-5 mls two to three times daily; 1ml is equivalent to 20 drops

Can cause allergic reactions in individuals sensitive to the Asteraceae/Compositae family (i.e. ragweed, chrysanthemums, marigolds, daisies etc.)
Can increase risk of bleeding
Can interact with medications

Useful Information
Feverfew is generally well tolerated and may be better tolerated than some conventional migraine drugs used for prophylaxis. In clinical trials it didn't affect blood pressure, heart rate, body weight, or blood chemistry such as ergots, triptans, beta- blockers, valproic acid and analgesics
Active Ingredients: Its not totally clear as to what the main active principles are, research indicates it could be a combination of its components.
100mls - £7.87