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Feverfew
Asteraceae
Tanacetum parthenium


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Flower Petal # 7+
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Asteraceae Family

Tanacetum Genus



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Euasterids II
Euasterids II
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Core Eudicots
Core Eudicots
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Eukaryota
Eukaryota
Cells with a Nucleus


General Information

It is useful for migraines associated with menstruation and for headaches. The herb can also help arthritic and rheumatic pain.



Unknown Aster - Oxeye - Flower
Unknown Aster - Oxeye - Flower - July 03, 2009



Unknown Aster - Oxeye - Flower
Unknown Aster - Oxeye - Flower - July 03, 2009



Little White Daisies - Flower
Little White Daisies - Flower - June 04, 2009



Little White Daisies - Flower
Little White Daisies - Flower - June 04, 2009



Little White Daisies - Flower
Little White Daisies - Flower - June 04, 2009



Little White Daisies - Flower
Little White Daisies - Flower - June 04, 2009



Daisy without Petals - unknown - Flower
Daisy without Petals - unknown - Flower - May 29, 2009



Daisy without Petals - unknown - Flower
Daisy without Petals - unknown - Flower - May 29, 2009

Comment: Feverfew, Tanacetum parthenium

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Thunder
Thunder
June 18, 2010
It is amazing to me that you would say that...I studied plants for 20 or more years with no expertise of being able to find them in the wild....in the last 5-10 years that has slowly been changing! I spent 6 months with a Mohawk elder to help change that, but it didn't seem to help then....lol

gardengeek
gardengeek
June 18, 2010
Thanks Thunder, you are becoming the master identifier!
Thunder
Thunder
June 18, 2010
Check out this pic....even the leaves match feverfew, not ox
eye
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Thunder
Thunder
June 18, 2010
These look more like feverfew to me....the ox eye has a wider petal circumference

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