Planetary Herbals, Feverfew Head Aid, 615 mg, 16 Tablets (Discontinued Item)
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- Trial Size
- Standardized Feverfew Complex
- Herbal Supplement
- Formulated by Michael Tierra L.Ac, O.M.D
Planetary Herbals Feverfew Head Aid unites standardized extracts of feverfew and willow bark with Chinese classics, such as schizonepeta and notopterygium. The botanicals in Feverfew Head Aid represent a superb blending of modern European science with traditional Chinese herbalism.
1 tablet three times daily between meals.
Dibasic calcium phosphate, stearic acid, colloidal silicon dioxide, modified cellulose gum, and magnesium stearate.
Do not use if you are pregnant, may become pregnant, or breastfeeding.
Do not use if either tamper-evident seal is broken or missing. Keep out of the reach of children.
|Serving Size: 1 Tablet|
|Amount Per Serving||%DV|
|Willow Bark Extract Standardized to 7.5% Salicin||100 mg||†|
|Feverfew Leaf Extract (4:1) Standardized to 0.5% Parthenolides||50 mg||†|
Schizonepeta Aerial Parts, Notopterygium Root, Green Tea Leaf, Licorice Root, Ligusticum wallichii Rhizome, Pubescent Angelica Root, Siler Root, Cyperus Rhizome, and Ginger Root.
|†Daily Value not established.|
P.H is a good brand, too bad they don't use organic herbs.
Have had migraine for years, caused by hormones, foods, stress, and unknowns. These tablets really help decrease the pain and emotional tension I experience. I am surprised and pleased they work as well as they do. Adding these to my Jarrow Cox2Tame reduces my normal 3 day (72 hours) migraine to a 12 to 18 hour experience. And again, these help alleviate the emo stress from yet another migraine. The Cox2Tame reduces the severity, but not the duration. The Feverfew Head Aid tablets are a larger, thin oblong shape.
I got positive feedback -it works!
Posted by NBPT100 on Apr 22, 2015
I ordered this and gave it to a friend who was having head aches. They said it did help and they use several bottles over time. Feverfew is a vasodilator and is a better approach to headaches than taking NSAIDS. It is well known that NSAIDS will do a number on your stomach and intestinal lining over time. It is a slow and silent attack so most never know it until it is too late. If you found this review helpful, kindly click on the YES button. Go to my iHerb home page to see more value added reviews. Just click on my handle name above and it takes you right there. This gets 5 stars for effectiveness, pricing and iHerb ships fresh product in a timely manner. Peace and good health! No side effects reported with this product.
helps headache and muscle pain
Posted by nutranut on Apr 22, 2013
Normally, I take Advil or Motrin for headaches and muscle/joint pain, but only if it gets pretty bad. Most of the time I try to avoid even over the counter pain medications. I had ordered the trial size of Feverfew Head and was running around Thanksgiving week. I had a persistent headache and a strained/sore muscle in my foot. Anyway, I decided to try feverfew, but I didn't expect much. At the most, I thought it might help with the sore foot. My headaches tend to last for at least several hours and usually get worse before they finally go away. I was pleasantly surprised to find my headache disappeared within 30 minutes-which is unusual for me. My foot improved enough to get me through the day. I was so impressed with the product that I ordered a full size bottle. There are more ingredients than just feverfew in this product. I would have preferred that the manufacturers disclose the exact amounts of each ingredient.
Great for migraines
Posted by supplementguru on Apr 13, 2013
I'm a long time sufferer of migraines. I've tried all kinds of prescription medication for them, most not helping and they come with all kinds of side effects. I started taking feverfew when I felt a migraine coming on and it really has helped. Feverfew is an anti-inflammatory, and so works like ibuprofen. They believe that it works by inhibiting chemicals that cause the blood vessels in your head to spasm. I also take butterbur as a preventative, which is fantastic. Using these two herbs, I no longer need to take prescription drugs for my migraines.
Works quite well
Posted by 5185999147855557324 on Apr 13, 2013
I could not believe how well this worked for my tension-headache, but for me it didn’t work for bad flu-related headaches. Well worth a try.