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Herbal Agent overdose -- Feverfew

Herbal Agent overdose -- Feverfew: Introduction

Herbal Agent overdose -- Feverfew: Feverfew can be used as a herbal agent to treat menstrual discomfort, fever and migraines. The herbal agent contains a chemical called parthenolide which can cause an adverse reaction in some people and various gastrointestinal symptoms if excessive quantities are taken. It may also cause bleeding problems in patients on blood thinning drugs. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Herbal Agent overdose -- Feverfew is available below.

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