(Tanacetum parthenium) Feverfew has a reputation as a remedy for all sorts of fevers. A member of the chamomile family, feverfew was used by women for gynecological problems. The flowers can keep bees away and a tincture of the blossoms is noted for use as an insect repellent. Also known to stimulate appetite and increases fluidity of lung and bronchial tube mucus. Also can be good for arthritis, colitis, fever, headaches, menstrual problems, muscle tension and pain.
Properties include: Borneol, Camphor, Parthenolide, Pyrethrins, Santamarin, and Terpene.