Feverfew is a plant that belongs to the daisy/sunflower family. Much of feverfew’s activity is attributed to the compound parthenolide, which has a variety of effects on cellular function. Parthenolides may block the formation of inflammatory proteins, which is why feverfew is often used as an anti-inflammatory.
In clinical studies, feverfew extract showed to be nutritionally supportive for health while living with migraine. Studies have indicated that taking a feverfew with 6.25mg parthenolide extract three times a day had a positive impact compared to placebo.