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Tanacetum parthenium

“Tanacetum parthenium” also known as “maiden tansy”. Feverfew was mentioned in Greek medical literature . Synonyms : Пиретрум девичий, ромашка крупная, Feverfew, Chrysanthemum parthenium, Pyrethrum parthenium, Altamisa, featherfew, featherfoil, bachelors buttons, midsummer daisy, nosebleed, Santa Maria,manzanilla (Spanish), matricaire, grande camomille (French), mutterkraut (German).

The oil extract from hole over ground part of plant. The main chemical components of the oil are thujone, isopinocamphon, camphor, borneol, camphon, artemizon and piperiton. Tanacetum is used for treating symptoms of cold, reducing fever and relieving dyspepsy symptoms.  It is applied externally to heal wounds and cuts. Tanacetum oil is an excellent repellent. High-dose Tanacetum oil is a gastro-intestinal irritant and neurotoxin. Always seek advice from a professional before using a plant medicinally. Do not use feverfew while you are pregnant or if you are on blood thinning meds. Chrysanthenyl acetate, an essential oil of feverfew, has been suggested as one active component.



Chrysanthemum parthenium essential oil mixes with oil of jojoba, almond oil and others carries oils. Calm, influence with beneficially on mind. Low the stress. Peel the skin, relieve irritation skin, rheumatism. Give hole recover action on skin.


Apply on:

· arthritis

· migraine

· UV raies

· irritation skin


Describe on Pharmacopoeia of Britain




Like many herbal medicines, feverfew's mechanisms of action in the human body are largely unknown and its active ingredients remain elusive. Chrysanthenyl acetate inhibits prostaglandin synthetase and might have analgesic properties.


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