Traditional medicinal herb which is commonly used to prevent migraine headaches, and is also occasionally grown for ornament.
Several photographs of this herb (also known as Tanacetum parthenium).
College of Agricultural Sciences
Features a description including uses and history.
Feverfew and Migraine
Provides information on how and when to use this herb.
Herbwisdom.com - Feverfew
Article covering the benefits and uses of this herb.
Loyola Medicine: Feverfew
Article focused on the herb's dosage, warnings and side effects. References included.
MAFRD - Feverfew
Description, history, uses, and adaptation.
Missouri Department of Conservation
American feverfew's description, size, habitat, and conservation.
MSKCC - Feverfew
Includes information on uses, constituents and mechanism of action.
Nature Spot: Feverfew
Brief fact sheet.
NCCIH - Feverfew
Displays a short introduction along with possible side effects and key references.
NRCS - Feverfew
Presents an interactive map indicating where the herb grows in the US. Related links available.
Plants for a Future - Feverfew
Physical characteristics, edible and medicinal uses.
UMMC - Feverfew
Presents an overview of the plant alongside its medicinal uses and indications. Includes precautions, available forms and supporting research.
Whole Health Chicago - Feverfew
Benefits, dosage information, and guidelines for use.
Provides information including the herb's cultivation, history, and uses.
Last update:March 10, 2016 at 12:35:04 UTC