How To Use Wormwood ?  

You can use a wormwood plant in several ways. Scientifically called Artemisia absinthium, this plant belongs to Artemisia family. Numerous species of wormwoods plants are found under this family. It grows luxuriantly on dry soils. It is native to Europe but can be found in other parts of the world too. It can reach a height of 3 to 5 feet. It has characteristic olive green colored stems, which are covered with minute silver hairs. The small yellow flowers are found on top of the plant.

Artemisia absinthium has managed to stir up a controversy like no other. Its controversial spirit called absinthe is extremely popular among the masses. Even today, scientists have not been able to establish the appropriate amounts or safe levels of absinthe that can be consumed by humans without affecting the overall health and well-being.

In the early years of the 1900s, absinthe was deemed illegal in majority of the countries. The side effects connected with thujone, another active ingredient in woodworm, and the correct and acceptable amounts are still a matter of contention.

If you are planning to mix wormwood in 250 ml of tea, then ½ to one teaspoon of the herb would suffice. Allow it to blend thoroughly with the contents for 10 to 15 minutes before drinking. You can consume 2 to 3 glasses of tea per day. You can add 10 to 15 drops of wormwood tincture in water and drink it 15 minutes prior to consuming a meal. You can apply wormwood oil topically or mix it in water while bathing.

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How To Use Wormwood ?




Benefits-Of-Wormwood-Plant      Wormwood is popular for its ability to get rid of worms in humans. It reaches a height of three to six feet. It has numerous yellow colored flowers on top, which contain large quantities of etheric oil (used in perfumes). The leaves and stem are exploited for medicinal properties. The leaves are harvested before the blooming season. This is around May and June. The flowers are harvested during July and August. More..




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