►Feverfew originates from the eastern Mediterranean region, but thanks to its popularity – for example, as an ornamental plant – has long been native to the entire Central European region. The plant, which belongs to the daisy family is particularly common in wildflower and cottage gardens or in its feral form in meadow landscapes.
Records from Ancient Greece already indicate the ►powerful effects of feverfew. Visually, the herb resembles the widely used chamomile (hence the name “false chamomile”).
The bitter taste of feverfew can make taking the dried leaves as tea a challenge. Taking it in drop form is therefore often found more pleasant.
Golisan Feverfew Drops
Golisan feverfew drops are purely natural products that are vegan-friendly, water-soluble, and well-tolerated by the body. The special advantage of feverfew drops is the high concentration of the active ingredient in the drops. This means that the drops can be easily resorbed by the body to develop their maximum effectiveness.
Recommended use: 10 drops mixed in a drink such as a smoothie, tea, or coffee (do not boil; otherwise, valuable ingredients are lost!) – three times a day.
Golisan feverfew is a 100% plant-based natural product made exclusively with high-quality feverfew from trustworthy agriculture. It contains no artificial additives, caffeine, or other synthetic substances.
All of our products are manufactured in a laboratory certified by GMP (“Good Manufacturing Practice”) and are supervised by independent Swiss and Austrian laboratories. They are bottled in Switzerland and delivered to you in a dark glass bottle, which protects Your feverfew drops from light and keeps it fresh.
We will be happy to answer any further questions about the production and effect of the product. ►Contact us here.
Our recommendation: Green Matcha Soy Latte with Feverfew
This post is also available in: German