, with a long history of traditional use, feverfew has been documented as far back as the first century AD by the Greeks who among other ailments used it to treat “melancholy,” a condition associated with persistent headaches and long term depression. The herb is best known for treating migraines and its accompanying symptoms such as nausea, anxiety, pain, dizziness, and light and sound sensitivity. It is also effective for treating menstrual disorders that include headaches, cramping, nausea and anxiety.
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