Artemisia annua tincture 50 ml
Sweet Wormwood, used in our Artemisia annua tincture, is a plant that grows in Asia, Europe, and now in the US. Also called Sweet Annie in the West… it’s been used in Chinese Medicine for ages (called Ching-hao-su in Chinese Medicine) as a powerful healing agent. Most of the crop of sweet wormwood is grown in China… but it can be found in other parts of the world.
Long Use – In fact sweet wormwood goes all the way back to the 2nd century AD as a healing herb.
Wormwood and sweet wormwood look very similar. They’re actually members of the daisy family. You can grow them in your garden, or keep an eye out to find them in the wild. They’re most likely to be found in waste ground, as they don’t like enriched soils. They are hardy perennials. The easiest way to recognise them is probably the shape of the leaf. If you taste the leaf you will know for sure whether you’re right, as wormwood is one of the bitterest plants around.
Artemisia annua tincture
The Artemisia annua tincture from the herb also has restorative properties for febrile conditions and is used to boost immune system support. It is also used as a calming herb in aromatherapy.
It has a dream enhancing herb lore from its name Artemis, the Greek goddess of the hunt and the moon. This makes it a popular ingredient in the craft industry for herbal pillows and potpourri. It is used in the perfume industry and to flavor beverages and wine.