What are the benefits of Feverfew? Feverfew has been used in medicine for many centuries. It has been given the nickname of “Medieval Aspirin” and has even been written about in Ancient Greece.
Its name comes from the oldest recorded use as an antipyretic to control or reduce fever.
What is it used for?
Feverfew has been used for many different aspects of medicine. It is best known for treatment of migraine and arthritis. It is also loosely linked to treatment of epilepsy, cystic fibrosis, inflammatory conditions, cancer, has a mild sedative effect and has some antimicrobial qualities.
The most common use of feverfew is the prevention of migraine