Botanical Name: Tanacetum parthenium.
Other Common Names: Featherfew, featherfoil, flirtwort, bachelor’s buttons, bride’s buttons, febrifuge plant, pyrethrum, wild chamomile, midsummer daisy, camomille grande (French), altamisa (Spanish), reunuspäivänkakkara (Finnish), Mutterkraut (German), matrem (Danish).
TCM Name: Xiao Bai Ju
Meridians: Lung, Liver, Stomach
Key Actions: Tonifies Yin, Clears Heat, Clears Wind Heat, Clears Liver Heat, Calms Shen
Medicinal Uses: Migraine, headaches, nausea, vomiting, menstrual disorders, fever, dizziness, arthritis, anxiety, increase’s appetite, and soothes red, itchy skin disorders.
Habitat: Feverfew is native to southeastern Europe, but is found throughout Europe, Australia, and North America today. This herbaceous plant prefers rich, well-drained soil with a loamy, stiff character to it.
Plant Description: Feverfew is a perennial plant belonging to the daisy family (Asteraceae or Compositae) that can reach up to 60 cm in height. The stems are stiff, furrowed and highly branched. The…
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