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For Migraine relief.

These herbs are well known for their analgesic, anti-inflammatory and nervine properties. As such they calm and relax the mind. Feverfew (Tanacetum parthe-nium) has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for relief of headaches, toothaches, asthma, stomach aches, dizziness and arthritis. It is believed that it aids migraine sufferers because of the substance,“parthen-olide,” which helps relieve smooth muscle spasms. It also helps stop the blood vessels of the brain from contracting and aids prevention of inflammation. Lemon balm and peppermint have a long traditional use in treating migraines. All of these herbs are categorized GRAS - Generally Regarded As Safe.

While 1/4 tsp. is the suggested standard dosage, up to four times in one hour. We recommend that to begin using this herb, the user might "start slow" and take less than this, gradually increasing the amount ingested. In this way, one might arrive at a minimal dosage suited to the individual.

CAUTION: Pregnant women and those with ragweed allergies should NOT use Feverfew.

Also contains Lemon Balm and Peppermint.