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Element: WaterPlanet: VenusEnergy: Masculine/ExpressiveProperties: Protection, creativity, healingFolk names: Featherfew, febrifuge plantBotanical Name: Tanacetum partheniumFeverfew is a perennial plant in the daisy family with small white and yellow flowers. In traditional medicine, feverfew was historically used to reduce fever (thus its name) and relieve headaches and menstrual symptoms. Feverfew can be put in a sachet and carried to ward off illnesses and accidents. It also clears the way for creativity and healing when used in a tea or bath.
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