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Feverfew, Medicinal uses

The active ingredient in feverfew leaves is 'parthenolide, which is claimed to relieve inflammation better than aspirin. Its also reported to alleviate depression and nervous disorders. The herb is available from health food shops in capsule form. See 'Feverfew'. For more information on nutrients see 'Nutrients A to Z' by Dr. Michael Sharon (Prion Books)

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