Made with fresh picked Wormwood Leaves
The chief constituent in Wormwood (Artemisia Absinthium) is volatile oil, which contains thujone bitters (absinthum), absinthol, thujyl alcohol, bitter sesquiterpene lactone, flavonoids, and bitter glycosides. The herb also contains the tannin, resin, starch, nitrate of potash, and other salts. Traditionally, it has been used to expel roundworm and threadworm. Clinical studies have proven that Wormwood effectively increases bile, stimulates and restores poor appetite, and effectively treats a wide range of digestive problems. As a tonic, it stimulates and helps prevent liver and gallbladder problems. It can be used as an external compress to alleviate pain from rheumatism and to stimulate poor circulation. Wormwood has also been used as a mild sedative to treat anxiety and nervous disorders.
Without doubt the most famous therapeutic use of wormwood is the expulsion of parasitic worms. Many reference works continue to list wormwood as an effective vermifuge, and some also list it for it’s antibacterial and antifungal actions.
15-30 drops in water or juice, 2-3 times daily or as needed. Shake well before using.
Wormwood tincture should be taken for no longer than four to five weeks at a time.
Contains: Wormwood, Grain Alcohol, Distilled Water
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