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Feverfew is an anti-inflammatory, and works much like ibuprofen; without the side effects and risks. Fever few inhibits chemicals that cause the blood vessels in your head to spasm.
Feverfew's anti-inflammatory properties slows the production and release of substances that contribute to inflammation. Fever few also inhibits the release of serotonin from platelets, an event believed to trigger the chain of events that lead to a migraine.
Studies suggest that fever few reduces the severity, duration and frequency of migraine attacks.
"I started using Feverfew 2 weeks ago because i had daily headaches that where greatly affecting my life especially my work. I had tried medications given to me by my doctor by the side effects where horrible and made me sick. Since i have been using Fever few i have days with NO headaches, amazing! If i do experience a headache it is so much milder than before and so much more tolerable. Thanks for offering this great product"
Nicole-San Francisco, Ca
A Remedy For
- Migraine Headaches
- Menstrual Migraine Headaches
What Fever few is; how it works
Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenolide) , a member of the sunflower family, has been used for centuries in Europe and Great Britian as a remedy for headaches and migraine prevention.
The migraine-relieving activity of fever few is believed to be due to parthenolide, a compound that helps relieve smooth muscle spasms. It helps prevent the constriction of blood vessels in the brain. Parthenolide hinders the inflammatory process, which in turn reduces the frequency and severity of migraines by keeping the blood vessels toned.
Feverfew has gained popularity in the last few years as an alternative to conventional medicine for migraine headaches. In fact, studies have shown that fever few may be more helpful in migraine suffers who have not gotten better using conventional therapies or who can not tolerate standard medicine side effects.
Other substance in Feverfew interfere with the actions of arachidonic acid and histamine, which can contribute to migraine pain and other symptoms.