This herb is believed to have anti inflammatory and pain killing properties. It helps relieve fevers, anxiety, and headaches. Feverfew is used for migraines, arthritis, menstrual pain, psoriasis, allergies, asthma, ringing in the ears, dizziness, nausea, and vomiting.
It is loaded with vitamin A and C as well as iron and niacin.
You can use this fresh or dried-make it into a tincture, brew in tea, make insect repellent. The leaves are said not to taste very well and if you consume too many fresh leaves you might get blisters in the mouth. It looses its potency when it’s dried.
When making fresh or dried tea pair with rosemary and mint.
Regular water at the base of the plant.
Perfect for container gardens, raised beds, in ground growing.
Fertilize every 6 weeks throughout the growing season.