- MFG # VNFE
- UPC # 693465211113
Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) is a perennial plant in the Asteraceae family. Sesquiterpene lactones are considered the active constituents in Feverfew‚ with parthenolide considered the most bioactive. Feverfew may promote a balanced inflammatory response and support cranial blood vessel stability
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Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Servings Per Container: 45
Amount Per Serving / % DV
Feverfew Leaf (Tanacetum parthenium) (0.4%-0.7% parthenolide) 240mg / *
*Daily Value not established.
Other Ingredients: Vegetable cellulose capsule‚ leucine‚ and silica.
Contains no coatings‚ binders‚ yeast‚ wheat‚ gluten‚ milk/dairy‚ corn protein‚ soy protein‚ eggs‚ sugar‚ hydrogenated oil‚ artificial coloring‚ artificial flavoring‚ or preservatives.
Independently tested for authenticity‚ potency‚ heavy metals‚ solvent residue‚ herbicide & pesticide residue‚ alfatoxins‚ stability and bacteria‚ yeast and mold counts.
1 to 2 capsules 2 to 3 times daily‚ or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Store sealed in a cool‚ dry place. Keep out of reach of children. Use only if safety seal is intact. If pregnant‚ consult your physician before taking.
Allergy / Dietary Needs
- Dairy Free
- Egg Free
- Gluten Free
- GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) Certification
- Sugar Free
- Wheat Free
- Yeast Free
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Overall Rating for Feverfew 120 mg - 90 Vegetable Capsules
By Sonya Moneca
from Broken Arrow, OK
Skeptical but it works!
I have been suffering from chronic daily migraines for over 7 years now. Have tried every preventative medications available but eventually had to stop them due to side effects or loss of efficacy. As a result I have had to turn to supplements to treat my headaches. I was already taking 400-500mg of magnesium per day as well as CoQ10 200mg which did provide a little relief. The next step I added riboflavin 400-500mg per day. The riboflavin decreased the intensity of my headaches but not the frequency. Butterbur made me extremely constipated. So I decided to give Feverfew another try. In the past I took 400mg but had to stop because of it acting like a blood thinner. So I did some research and discovered you only need about 100mg to have results. Three weeks later my headaches have decreased significantly plus no side effects. :)
√ I would recommend this item to a friend.
from Lincoln, NE
Personal experience with Vital Nutrients
I have been using Feverfew about 3 years. It was recommended to me by my Naturopathic physician as an aid to prevent migraine headaches. I chose this brand because it is standardized to 0.4% to 0.7% Parthenolide which was the active ingredient I was looking for. I marked the question about recommending it to a friend as negative not because I think its a poor product but because I feel any herb should be taken only with a doctors supervision. I would mention it to a friend who has a similar condition to mine but only so they could ask their doctors advice. I plan to continue using Feverfew.
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