Herbs - Feverfew
Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium)
A white-flowering plant in the Aster/Daisy family. The flowers deter bugs and moths and are sometimes added to sachets kept with clothing. They also can be rubbed fresh onto the skin as an insect repellent.
Grows best in sunny conditions, with well-drained soil (but will grow in any soil condition as long as there is sun).
Feverfew is edible, though it is not generally considered a food source. It has been used to flavor pastries and wine.
Traditionally feverfew flowers and leaves were used to reduce fevers (thus the name), inflammatory conditions, and migraines. Feverfew is unsuitable to take for people taking certain types of medication, so it is important to do your research before using feverfew.
Organically grown, with certified organic seeds and organic soil. Comes in a compostable pot.
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