Botanical name: Tanacetum parthenium
Tanacetum parthenium is an herbaceous, perennial. It presents similarities in appearance with chamomile plant and is also known as "maresina", "matrix" and "amarella".
Present in the European range, in North and South America and in the Caucasus, the use of feverfew medical purposes is deeply rooted in popular folklore.
The feverfew is also used as an aromatic plant in the kitchen. If you're sad, you'll learn the so-called "maresina" grass "and not having appreciated in sweet dishes like pancakes or pies or as a flavoring in the seasoning of pasta dishes.