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pH Test Strips How is Your pH?  Your Health is in the Balance.
Have you ever wondered if the diseases in our society have a common cause? Many doctors, herbalists, and nutritionists believe that the explanation may come down to two small words: Acid & Alkaline. Details (Audio)


Feverfew - High Parthenolide (600 mcg) (415 mg)

Nutritional support for migrane headaches. Blood vessels in the head. Helps prevent severity & frequency of symptoms. This concentrated feverfew is four times as potent as our regular feverfew.

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Category:     Single Herbs
Synonyms:     Febrifuge plant, featherfew, wild quinine, bachelor's button, mutterkraut
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Parts Used:     Leaves and Flowers
Body System:     Nervous System
Testimonials:     2 Personal Stories

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Benefits

  • Supports the central nervous system.
  • Offers structural support for the body, particularly the joints.
  • Promotes the natural balance of prostaglandin and serotonin levels.


Our Product Advantage
This is the most potent, highest grade of naturally grown high-parthenolide feverfew available.


Ingredients
High-Parthenolide Feverfew delivers 500 mcg of parthenolide in a total of 212 mg of feverfew—from a specially grown “high-parthenolide” feverfew leaf—per capsule.


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Complementary Products

     Nutritional:   Nature's Phenyltol with NEM
     Homeopathics:   Migraquel
     Homeopathics:   Lavender Fine AOC


How Does it Work?
Feverfew supports the body’s efforts to balance levels of prostaglandins and serotonin. Imbalanced (high) levels of these two natural chemicals may lead to physical reactions associated with discomfort. Prostaglandins monitor inflammation levels in the body, and serotonin (produced by blood platelets) constricts and then dilates arteries, altering blood flow.


Scientific Data
Researchers have confirmed feverfew’s ability to support the body’s efforts in regulating the formation of prostaglandins. Feverfew also helps keep the blood slippery, less likely to clot. This may play a part in at least some nervous system reactions. Furthermore, feverfew has been shown to help prevent the release of enzymes and histamines from immune cells. This trait may explain the herb’s traditional use for supporting joint health and comfort.




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