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They sat down on the sour stony land among the rag-wort and teazles and feverfew.Plashers Mead|Compton Mackenzie
When she comes out of her bath, give her an ounce of syrup of feverfew with a drachm of dog's tooth (mithridate).
If she be of full habit of body open a vein, after preparing her with syrup of betony, calamint, hyssop and feverfew.
Pellitory, pel′i-tor-i, n. a genus of plants found most commonly on old walls and heaps of rubbish: the feverfew.
Feverfew is said to be "good for such as be melancholike, sad, pensive, and without speech."Chapters in the History of the Insane in the British Isles|Daniel Hack Tuke