People from the Middle Ages believed that Feverfew cleaned the air and killed off diseases, mainly Malaria. Nowadays, this plant has been used to treat headaches, menstrual disorders, and gastric disorders. It’s been hailed as a cure for migraines.
The component contained in this raw material is called Parthenolide and it inhibits the substances responsible for the expansion and contraction of blood vessels. This prevents platelet aggregation and the release of the neurotransmitter – Serotonin. This effect may be beneficial in the case of migraines, where the level of Serotonin in the blood increases and enhances the self-acting platelet aggregation. The exact causes of migraines are unknown, but it’s believed that it results from the narrowing and then sudden widening of blood vessels in the brain. Feverfew is effective in preventing migraines, but has no effect if the attack has already begun.
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