| Size |
| 60 Capsules |
| Clinical Dose |
| 0.7% Parthenolide |
| Feverfew is derived from the Feverfew plant, which is grown commonly all over North America. It has been found to be effective in helping to reduce fevers. It also has been used to help treat some digestive problems. Feverfew is most commonly used in the reduction of headaches.
Feverfew inhibits the release of prostaglandins and seratonin, which can cause migraines. Feverfew also decreases the inflammation of blood vessels in the head. Feverfew can be very effective in helping to treat migraine headaches over an extended period of time.
* Reduces the occurance of migraine headaches* Relieves fever* Aids in digestion* Ringing in the Ears (Tinnitus)* All-natural |
| Caution: Not recommended for use by pregnant or lactating women, or by children under two years of age. Certain individuals may experience oral or gastric irritation with use. If irritation occurs discontinue use immediately. |
| Suggested Use: Take 1 capsule daily, preferably with food. Best results obtained with continuous use. |
| Supplement Facts: | | |
| Serving Size: 1 Capsule | | |
| Servings Per Container: 60 | APS | % DV |
| Feverfew(leaf) | 325 mg | * |
| Feverfew Extract(leaf) (0.7% parthenolide) | 90 mg | * |
| Other Ingredients: Gelatin (capsule). |
| APS = Amount Per Serving |
| *% Daily Value (%DV) not established. |
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*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.Uses & Indications.
- Relieving Head Pain
- Relieving Indigestion
- Relieving Fever
- Ringing In The Ears (tinnitus)
- Ringing In The Ears (Tinnitus)
- Common Cold
- Gas & Bloating
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Questions and answers:
Question: Hello. I just wonder, what kind of gelatin is it in this product?
A: The gelatin in this supplement is both beef and porcine sourced.