Where is feverfew found?

Feverfew is a distinctive, aromatic perennial with leaves that are often more yellow than green. It grows on walls and waste land, sometimes creating large patches of dense flowers from June through to late September. Feverfew is usually at its best in July.
Feverfew products usually contain dried feverfew leaves, but all parts of the plant that grow above ground may be used. Researchers thought a substance called parthenolide, which helps relieve spasms in smooth muscle tissue, was what made feverfew effective against migraines.
As of now, there’s no official recommended dose for feverfew. However, studies find that taking 100–300 mg of a feverfew supplement containing 0.2–0.4% parthenolide between 1–4 times daily may treat migraine headaches ( 1 ). Keep in mind that feverfew is unsuitable for some people and those taking certain medications.

Secondly, is feverfew an Nsaid? As feverfew is similar to aspirin and other NSAIDs such as ibruprofen, it is probably best not to take both at the same time. As with aspirin feverfew should not be taken if you are breast feeding. Some people find that feverfew can cause mouth ulcers and minor skin irritations.

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