Sweet wormwood tea, chopped, Artemisia annua, bulk plant, antiparasitic, detoxification
Other names: Artemisinin, Quinghao (Chinese), sweet sage, absinthe, Armoise, Afsantine, Ajenjo, Alvin, Armoise, Artesian, Bakutan, Beirutan
Currently, sweet wormwood tea is one of the best clinically researched plants and has shown exceptional health benefits, making it the leading plant for various health problems.
Sweet wormwood tea
Aboveground herbal parts and sweet wormwood oil are used in folk medicine and herbal medicine, as well as in the creation of conventional medicines.
Sweet wormwood is used for various digestive problems such as loss of appetite, upset stomach, gallbladder diseases and intestinal cramps. Wormwood is also used to treat fever, liver disease, depression, muscle aches, and memory loss. In parasitism and infections with worms and all kinds of parasites; to increase sexual desire; as a tonic; and to stimulate sweating.
How to use:
Boil 1.5 grams of sweet wormwood tea or 1/2 teaspoon of sweet wormwood tea for 10 minutes with 600 ml of boiling water. The resulting tea is filtered and drunk three times a day 15 minutes before meals.
Use the following formula for dosing: 0.02 grams per kilogram of adult body weight.
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Other interesting facts about the use of the sweet wormwood plant
Use of wormwood essential oil
Wormwood oil is also used in digestive disorders to increase sexual desire and stimulate the imagination. Pure wormwood oil is highly poisonous, so it is used diluted, under the guidance and under the supervision of a doctor.
Tincture of alcohol or sweet wormwood oil
Some apply wormwood tincture, tea or oil extract directly to the skin for osteoarthritis and wound healing and insect bites. Wormwood oil is used as a remedy to reduce pain (diluted only). Wormwood oil is used as a fragrance in cosmetics and is also an effective insect repellent, such as insecticides.
Absinthe and Vermouth are wormwood drinks
Wormwood is used in some alcoholic beverages. Vermouth, for example, is a wine drink with the taste of wormwood extract.
Absinthe is another famous alcoholic beverage made from wormwood. It is an emerald green alcoholic beverage made from wormwood oil, often along with other dried herbs such as anise and dill. It is now banned in many countries, including the United States, but is still allowed in European Union countries as long as the thujone content is less than 35 mg / l. Thujone is a substance that is found in wormwood and which in large doses and constant use, for a long time, leads to accumulation in the body.
How does thujone work?
Wormwood oil contains the chemical thujone, which excites the central nervous system. When properly dosed in small doses, the plant sweet wormwood tones the central nervous system and has a general strengthening effect.
Avoid use in women during the first trimester of pregnancy due to potential teratogenicity (may lead to fetal malformations). Avoid use during pregnancy and breastfeeding due to lack of research. Artemisinin derivatives in the form of drugs have a toxic effect on embryos, but no malformations have been described in animal studies.
Data from clinical trials show rare manifestations of the disorder, such as: abdominal pain, disorder, nausea. Itching, rash may occur. Cardiac arrest or hypoglycaemia may occur with artemisinin overdose.