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  • Feverfew grows wild and you will see it quite often growing in rocky areas and along roadways. shopping list
  • It’s a lovely growing plant with the look of a small Daisy but with a bitter taste. shopping list
  • Folk Name; Featherfoil, and Featherfew. shopping list
  • Magickal Powers; Healing and Protection shopping list
  • Feverfew is used in many healing brews and potions. shopping list
  • For those who carry Feverfew it is said to protect them from colds flu and fevers. shopping list
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  • Medical Uses; Migraines, Fevers and Menstrual Pain. shopping list
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  • Found in most witches’ herb closets, Feverfew has again been rediscovered by the medical profession for the healing powers and amazing benefits to those who suffer with crippling migraines. shopping list
  • It can be taken in powder form or made into teas, brews and tinctures. shopping list
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  • It’s is seen to be most helpful when taken on a daily basses as a prophylactic protection against migraines. shopping list
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  • Used since ancient times to help flush out a woman's womb of the afterbirth and taken as a mild tea will also help flush and speed the end of menstruation and reduce cramps. shopping list
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  • A strong tincture of Feverfew can be give in small amounts at the onset of headaches and migraines and in some cases stop it before it becomes intense due to its natural ability to relax blood vessels. shopping list
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  • Other; Feverfew should not be taken by those taking blood thinners, because of the affect it has on clotting the blood and can cause mouth soars in to high amounts. shopping list
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  • Author Lady Abigail shopping list
  • Information via Witch of the Old World Book of herbs by: Lady Abigail on CD shopping list
  • All rights reserved under the US copyright laws and statues. Copyright © 12312011. shopping list

How to make it

  • what she does not say here is that fever few can be dangerous if taken in too large of amounts and can lead to miscarriage.
  • So be very careful with this herb.

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