Wormwood herb, Artemesia absinthium


Size: per gram (50g minimum)

conventionally grown in Hungary

Wormwood Aerials

Artemisia absinthium

Absinthe, Absinthium, Ajenjo, Common Wormwood, Green Ginger, Madderwort, Old woman, Southernwood.

Cautions   please be aware that herbs, although natural can interact with certain medications, and that they may be ill advised to use under certain health conditions.  Please consult a qualified health practitioner for cautions pertinent to you.

No therapeutic claim   is made or intended for this product.  Information is for educational purposes only. 


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Actions: Bitter, carminative, anti-microbial, anthelmintic, tonic, stomachic, febrifuge and anthelmintic properties


Wormwood herb is primarily used as a bitter to stimulate and invigorate the digestion process or to aid in indigestion for those with a deficient quantity of gastric juice.

Traditionally, Wormwood has been used in a wide range of conditions, most of which have been vindicated by analysis of the herb. It is primarily used as a bitter and therefore has the effect of stimulating and invigorating the whole of the digestive process. It may be used where there is indigestion, especially when due to a deficient quantity or quality of gastric juice. It is a powerful remedy in the treatment of worm infestations, especially roundworm and pinworm. It may also be used to help the body deal with fever and infections. Due to the general tinic action it will be of benefit in many diverse conditions because it benefits the body in general.


Wormwood should not be used during pregnancy or while nursing. Wormwood herb is not for long-term use and you should not exceed the recommended dose


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