Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) is a member of the Daisy family. It is also known as Bachelor’s Button, Bride’s button, Altamisa, Featherfew, Featherfoil, Febrifuge plant, Feverfew, Flirtwort, Pyrethrum and Wild Chamomile.
Native to southeastern Europe, Feverfew grows naturally throughout Europe and North and South America. It’s a perennial plant with a stiff stem that has multiple branches. Feverfew can grow up to 23 inches high. It’s numerous white and yellow flowers and dark green foliage have made it a favorite of many gardeners.
The ancient Greeks called Feverfew, “Parthenium.” The story in Greek mythology is that on the acropolis in Athens, parthenium was used to save the life of someone who had fallen from the Parthenon, the temple of Athena.
The dried leaves of the Feverfew plant are used for nutritional supplements and put into capsules, tablets, liquid extracts, and teas. Feverfew is a source of parthenolide. Parthenolides have been the focus of much research.
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