I prefer native perennial flowers in general, but this flower originally from Eurasia still has a place in my heart. Feverfew is a traditional healing plant used since the time of the ancient Greeks. The dried plant was used as an anti-inflammatory and to combat headaches. Modern doctors did not use the plant in medicines until recently, when they discovered that it contains a chemical that is good to prevent migraines.
May your fevers be few! ¡Olé! –Rebecca
See Debbie and Friends’ great pics at Six Word Saturday.
Cee what nature photographers are up to. What could be cheerier than a Flower of the Day? #FOTD