Tanacetum parthenium Kopretina řimbaba

Tanacetum parthenium Kopretina řimbaba

 Feverfew

Tanacetum parthenium
MEDICINAL: Feverfew is used to treat colds, fevers, flu, and digestive problems. It is often used to end migraines and other headaches.

RELIGIOUS: Feverfew is carried for protection against illnesses involving fever, as well as for preventing accidents.

GROWING: Feverfew bears a resemblance to chamomile. It prefers dry places, will tolerate poor soil, and is a hardy biennial or perennial, growing to 2 1/2 feet. It prefers full sun.