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Just to say I was looking for more info on growing tomatoes in my second year of owning a greenhouse and new (well very old and neglected garden).
Your video part1 was so helpful and I am delighted to realize you are quite close and in planning the other re-planting of the garden will anticipate a visit very soon!!
Thank you again
Fran Bryan, Winchelsea
Easy to grow plant with amazing pain relief benefits.
- Likes full sun.
- Prefers well drained soil.
- Pretty daisy like, white flowers.
Supplied as a pot grown plant grown in a 7cm pot.
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A very useful plant, particularly if you suffer from migraines or aches and pains, whilst still looking pretty! Mr Shirley uses it regularly, particularly to ease his symptoms of hay fever.
Feverfew can be eaten as the fresh leaf, made into a green leaf tea or dried for later use as a tea.
- White flowers that resemble daisies from July to September.
- Prefers a full sun position.
- Likes dry, well drained soil.
- Hardy perennial.
- Self seeds.
- Bitter flavour.
- A member of the daisy family.
- Reaches approximately 2 feet (60 cm) high.
- Taste better in a sandwich with marmite!
- Leaves can be frozen.
- Medicinal Uses.
- Aids melancholy, vertigo, aches and pains.
- Eat a couple of fresh leaves per day to reduce the symptoms of migraines.
- Can aid the soothing of muscle spasms.
- Can be dried and used for tea.
- Can aid more restful sleep.
- Can aid relief for arthritis and rheumatism.
- Can be used as a mouth rinse.
- Mild laxative.
- Tonic for appetite.
- Can ease depression.
- Promotes good digestion.
- The leaves can induce delayed menstruation.
- Washed over the skin or the oil from the leaves can act as an insect repellent.
- The flowers can be used for instant relief from insect bites.
- Can relieve symptoms of hay fever.
- Many of our customers have found it effective for dogs with movement difficults (with rapid results, even after the vets have said there is nothing else they can do for them).
- Other Uses.
- Flowers can be used in pot pourri.
- Can be infused to make a mild disinfectant.
- Dried can deter moths!
As with all alternative medicines and plants with purported medicinal benefits it is important to inform your health care providers that you are using them; this helps to ensure safe and coordinated care. We can accept no liability for any side effect or contingency from any allergy or any other cause or harm that may arise. If in doubt please do consult a medical practitioner before using. Do not take continuously for more than 4 months, avoid if you are pregnant, breast feeding or under 2 years old. Do not use if you are sensitive to asteracacae family or on blood thinning medication. If you develop mouth ulcers discontinue use.
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