Feverfew Plant

Feverfew Plant


Tanacetum parthenium

A bushy perennial with daisy like flowers and strong smelling leaves, which grows up to 1m tall. It prefers full sun and a well drained soil.

In herbal medicine this has been used in modern times as a remedy for migraines and headaches. It was traditionally used for fevers and inflammatory conditions such as arthritis. Not recommended during pregnancy.

The leaves have a very bitter aromatic flavor making it more challenging to use as a herbal tea. Small amounts of this herb could be blended with other more tasting herbs like mint or lemonbalm, or it could be made into a tincture.



This is a click & collect service from Falkland, Fife(KY15), so these plants can't be posted.


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