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Re: uses --Feverfew?

Re>> I think it has pyrethrum in

Pyrethrum comes from Tanacetum coccineum, commonly called Painted
Daisies. I seem to remember that the plants grown specifically for
collecting the ingredient are only in a special location somewhere in
Africa - something about the soil. Actually, Painted Daisies once went
by the genus name Pyrethrum. I suppose Feverfew has some other noxious
ingredient that bothers bugs.


-------Original Message-------
From: Tony Veca <romans8@attbi.com>
Sent: 06/12/03 10:44 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net, EvaTEsq@aol.com
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Peppermint/spearmint uses --Feverfew?

> on 6/11/03 8:05 PM, EvaTEsq@aol.com wrote:


Eva - I have it all over my yard here in the NW. I let it grow near  & in
between my veggies. It seems to deter pests. I think it has pyrethrum in
I heard some people make a brew of it for migraines???????

Tony Veca <>< 
Another Gr888 Day in Paradise !!!!!
Vancouver, WA  USA

If you have weeds, you don't have enough plants.

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