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Feverfew Powder Extract Parthenolide

Product Name:Feverfew Powder Extract Parthenolide
Synonyms:Altamisa, Bachelor's Buttons, Featherfew, Grande Camomille, Partenelle
Specification:Standard as Parthenolide
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Product Name
Feverfew Powder Extract Parthenolide
Botanical Name
Tanacetum Parthenium
Specification
Standard as Parthenolide
Synonyms
Altamisa, Bachelor's Buttons, Featherfew, Grande Camomille
Appearance
Brown fine Powder
Part of Used
Flower
Main Benefits
Prevention of headaches, arthritis, fevers, muscle tension and pain
Applied industries
Dietary supplement, Medicine

Feverfew reviews
According to Wikipedia, Tanacetum parthenium (feverfew) is a traditional medicinal herb which is commonly used to prevent migraines & headaches, arthritis, fevers, muscle tension and pain. Feverfew is also used to lower blood pressure, lessen stomach irritation, stimulate the appetite and to improve digestion and kidney function. It has been indicated for colitis, dizziness, tinnitus and menstrual problems.
Chemical constitution of Feverfew
At least 39 constituents of feverfew have been identified. However, there has been controversy regarding which constituents were responsible for feverfew's pharmacological effects. It used to be widely believed that the sesquiterpene lactone, parthenolide, was the active constituent. Parthenolide, seems to selectively inhibit cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) and the proinflammatory cytokines tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-alpha and interleukin (IL)-1. It was suggested that at least 0.2% of parthenolide was required for efficacy for migraine. However, a study using an alcoholic extract of feverfew standardized to 0.35% parthenolide was found ineffective for preventing migraine, suggesting that parthenolide may not be the active ingredient and that other constituents are necessary for benefit in the prevention of migraine. It's not yet clear how feverfew works in the prevention of migraine. Laboratory evidence suggests that feverfew extracts might inhibit platelet aggregation and inhibit serotonin release from platelets and leucocytes; however, platelet studies in people have not found this effect. Feverfew might also inhibit serum proteases and leukotrienes. Feverfew also appears to block prostaglandin synthesis by inhibiting phospholipase, which prevents the release of arachidonic acid.
Health Benefits of Feverfew Powder Extract Parthenolide
Although researches on the health benefits of taking Feverfew Powder Extract Parthenolide are limited, some studies suggest that Feverfew Extract may offer certain health benefits. Here's a look at several key study findings:
Headaches
The most common current day use for feverfew extract is to reduce or eliminate headaches. Herbalists familiar with this plant have been known to remove a leaf from the plant and immediately chew it to get rid of a headache, though this isn’t recommended since it can cause blisters in the mouth.
Migraine headaches
A more violent form of headache, migraines have been successfully treated using feverfew extract. This is particularly helpful for people who do not react well to the prescription medications typically prescribed for migraines. Some ardent proponents tout the benefits of feverfew extract to prevent migraines, but the efficacy of this treatment has not been scientifically proven and so at this time is merely anecdotal.
Arthritis
Centuries-old annotations about the efficacy of feverfew extract on arthritis have been found in physicians’ texts. Feverfew’s anti-inflammatory properties have been used with good effect on arthritis, including rheumatoid arthritis.
Fever reducer
This was a common use for feverfew extract until the last century or so, when the use of aspirin became widespread. Passionate traditional herbalists still prefer feverfew extract over aspirin. Homeopaths use this as a hot infusion to help sweat out the fever.
Menstrual cramps
This is a well-documented use for feverfew extract, as it soothes cramps and promotes regular menstrual flow. For this reason, it should not be used by any woman who suspects she may be pregnant.
Laxative
This can be used for either a mild or a strong laxative, depending on how you use it.
Gas – The herb can be used to relieve gas and bloating, but too much will have the opposite effect.
Vermifuge
Feverfew Extract can be used to expel parasitic worms from the intestines.
A study in 2005 found that feverfew extract induces cell death in the stem cells of leukemia. Further studies on the efficacy of feverfew extract on cancer in general have not been released. Feverfew extract contains a goodly amount of melatonin, used for natural sleep. It also has GABAergic effect, and so is a mild depressant.
Feverfew Powder Extract Parthenolide Side effects
The most often reported side effects include gastrointestinal distress, ulcers of the mouth, and antiplatelet actions. Other side effects include abdominal pain, indigestion, gas, diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting. Also, people who have chewed the leaves have reported blisters of the mouth and temporary loss of taste. Swelling of the lips, tongue, or mouth have been reported.
Feverfew Powder Extract Parthenolide dosage
The standard adult dose for feverfew supplementation is 100-300 mg of a feverfew supplement containing 0.2%-0.4% parthenolide, taken one to four times a day.
Children younger than two should not be given feverfew. The standard feverfew dose for children is based off of a standard adult weight of 150 lbs. For example, if a child weighs 50lbs, the dose is one-third of the adult dose.
Liquid and tincture feverfew supplements are sometimes used to alleviate arthritis. The suggested dose is 60 – 120 drops of 1:1 (fluid) supplement or a 1:5 (tincture) supplement, taken twice a day.
Where to buy high quality Feverfew Powder Extract Parthenolide
Henan Steeda Industrial Co.,Ltd (Tiny Grass Botanicals Co.,Ltd) is a manufacturer of botanical extract and experienced supplier of Amino Acids & its Derivatives, Vitamins & its Derivatives, Sweeteners,  Minerals, Sports Nutrition, Nootropics and Cosmetic Ingredients. Feverfew Powder Extract Parthenolide is one of our most competitive products with stocks available all year round. By providing superior quality, we establish long-term relationships with our clients.

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