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Feverfew

Description

Feverfew is native to the Balkan Mountains of Eastern Europe and a member of the Daisy or Asteracea family. It’s numerous white and yellow flowers and dark green foliage have made it a favorite of many gardeners. As with many traditional plants there is a myth corresponding to how the plant was named. The ancient Greeks called Feverfew, “Parthenium” because as mythology has it; parthenium was used to save the…

 

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Products Containing Feverfew

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    Curcuma NF-kB: Myalgia*

    Supports a healthy response to occasional pain*

    This herbal formula combines Turmeric with other herbal extracts to support a healthy pain response.* Feverfew, Devil’s Claw and Ginger have each been researched for their role in supporting the body’s reaction to occasional pain.* Black Pepper extract is included for increased absorption and bioavailability of curcumins.*

    Herbs:  Black Pepper, Devil's Claw, Feverfew leaf & flower, Ginger Root Supercritical Extract, Jamaican Dogwood, Rosemary, Turmeric, Wild Lettuce

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    Curcuma NF-kB: Respiratory*

    Promotes a healthy inflammatory function, with Quercetin for respiratory support*

    This herbal formula combines Turmeric with other herbal extracts to support a healthy response to occasional environmental irritants.* Quercetin, a flavonoid found in many plants, has also been studied for its support of occasional normal histamine response.* Black Pepper extract is included for increased absorption and bioavailability of curcumins.*

    Herbs:  Black Pepper, Feverfew leaf & flower, Ginger, Goldenseal, Nettle, Quercetin, Turmeric

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