Forum Archives

Here you can search the thousands of posts from our older message boards. Just click on the link for the time period you wish to search and you will be taken to the fill-out form for that volume. You can also click on the 'Return to Index' link and display all the messages in threaded form.

View Thread View Post Thread for This Board Read Prev Msg Read Next Msg

The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8

Feverfew - Stephen

Posted By: Tony
Date: Tuesday, 26 January 1999, at 4:11 p.m.


I decided to give feverfew a try based on what you were telling me a couple of weeks back. I just had a few questions.

Since I've had problems swallowing pills since I've gotten sick, I picked up the extract. Is that okay? It says it contains 1:1 feverfew, and a minimum of 3mg/ml of sesquiterpene lactones. Is all that good? If not, what should I look for?

The dosage says 15 drops twice daily. Is that correct? And since the stuff is like a black tarry substance, can you take it with liquid or a meal, or does it have to be left alone in your mouth like a homeopathic remedy?

Also, how long do you have to take it before you should notice some results, so that if you don't by then you can give up on it?

And finally, are there any other vitamins or herbs that you should worry about feverfew interacting with? Any side effects at all to worry about, and can you take it continuously and indefinitely if it works, or should you give your body a break from it?

Thanks for the help!


Messages in This Thread

View Thread View Post Thread for This Board Read Prev Msg Read Next Msg

GenoType Diet Website   ♦   Dr. D'Adamo's Clinic   ♦   Institute for Human Individuality   ♦   Newsletter   ♦   Para Su Tipo de Sangre   ♦   Professionals   ♦  The Individualist

The statements made on our websites have not been evaluated by the FDA (U.S. Food & Drug Administration).
Our products and services are not intended to diagnose, cure or prevent any disease. If a condition persists, please contact your physician.
Copyright © 2010, North American Pharmacal, Inc. All Rights Reserved