Natures Way Standardised Feverfew. A herb that has been traditionally used for helping prevent headaches & migraines & help relieve fever. Has been reported to help alleviate inflammation & discomfort of arthritis & female disorders & stimulate uterine contractions. Standardized to 0.7% parthenolide, the herbs key active, which has been clinically studied. Clinical Dose. 1 a day dosage. Best results obtained with continuous use. 60 capsules.
RRP $32.95, healthy.co.nz $29.95.
Migraine prevention, headaches, arthritis, fever, menstrual regulation, relieve of pain, dizziness, brain pressure, nerve pressure, minor arthritis pain, promoting menstruation in amenorrhoea.
Take 1 capsule daily preferably with food. Best results obtained with continuous results.
For more than 2,000 years, Feverfew has been taken internally for fever, headache and menstrual regulation, or applied externally to relieve pain. Over the past 10 years pharmacological, chemical and clinical studies have confirmed the value of the use of Feverfew in the symptomatic relief of migraine symptoms. Clinical interest increased after an English newspaper asked for volunteers with experience using feverfew for migraines and received 25,000 replies. Of 300 volunteers, 70% claimed a reduction in migraine frequency or pain, after eating 1 to 3 fresh leaves a day. In a 1988 randomise, double blind placebo controlled crossover study on feverfew in migraine prevention in Nottingham, 72 volunteers received either a feverfew capsule or a placebo daily for 4 months. The feverfew treatment was associated with a reduction in frequency of headaches and related vomiting, as well as some reduction in migraine severity, the duration of migraine attacks was not significantly shortened.
Each 1 capsule contains Feverfew (leaf) 325mg and Feverfew extract (leaf) 90mg, standardized to 0.7% parthenolide. Other ingredients: Gelatin (capsule)
Keep out of reach of children. Not recommended for pregnant or lactating women, or by children under 2 years of age. Certain individuals may experience oral or gastric irritation with use. If irritation occurs, discontinue use immediately.