Mugwort Herb (Artemisia vulgaris L.) 50g For Calming the Nerves, Promoting Menstruation, and Relieving Itching

£2.50

Mugwort has been ascribed many health-promoting and other beneficial properties.
These include: Emmenagogue – Promoting regular menstrual cycles
Nervine – Nerve calming
Digestive
Diuretic – Increasing urine output (for fluid retention)
Repelling insects
Flavoring foods

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Description

The mugwort plant has been traditionally used for everything from digestive disorders to beer-making, insect repellent, and more.
Historically, mugwort was used by the Romans, who are said to have planted it by roadsides, so that marching soldiers could put the plant in their shoes. This was done to relieve aching feet. St. John the Baptist was said to have worn a girdle of mugwort.
In addition to its medicinal use, mugwort has been used for smudging, protection, and inducing vivid dreams (when placed underneath a person’s pillow).

Commonly Known As
Artemisia
Hierba de San Juan
Armoise
Vulgaris herba
Felon herb
St. John’s herb
Chrysanthemum weed
Herbe royale

Health Benefits
Many people consider mugwort a common weed. This is because the plant spreads aggressively, often taking over large areas of a garden. The plant is related to ragweed and may cause allergy symptoms that mimic those caused by ragweed allergies.
So, when it’s found growing in a person’s yard or garden, mugwort is often destroyed. But in other areas of the world, the benefits of mugwort are much more appreciated. The parts of the plant that grow above ground and its roots are used to make medicine.

Mugwort has been ascribed many health-promoting and other beneficial properties.
These include:
Emmenagogue: Promoting regular menstrual cycles
Nervine: Nerve calming
Digestive
Diuretic: Increasing urine output (for fluid retention)
Repelling insects
Flavoring foods
Common Uses

Common uses of mugwort (which have not been backed by clinical research data) include:
Boosting energy
Promoting circulation
Supporting liver health
Relieving itching (caused by scars or burns)
Mugwort is commonly used to treat many health conditions.
Ingredients: Dried, shredded mugwort herb (Artemisia vulgaris L.) – 100%
How to use: Pour 1 teaspoon of product (1.5 g) with 1 cup of boiling water (150 ml). Infuse for 5 minutes under cover. Strain. Drink the prepared infusion once a day, preferably before a meal.
1.5 g of product is a daily portion.

Note: Do not use in pregnant and lactating women. Do not use on children under 12 years of age. Do not use in people allergic to mugwort herb and other plants of the family Compositae / Asteraceae.

Do not exceed recommended servings for consumption during the day. A balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are recommended. Dietary supplements cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Dietary supplements should be stored out of reach of small children.

Storage conditions: Store the mugwort in a dry place, protected from light.

Net weight: 50 g

Additional information

Weight 0.80 kg