Grand Wormwood Leaf Extract
Habitat & Appearance of Wormwood Species in this genus grow to approximately two feet in height. Their leaves have an almost feathery appearance and both the stem and upper surface of the leaves are covered with small, whitish hairs. Artemisia species can be found in much of the northern and...
Habitat & Appearance of Wormwood
Species in this genus grow to approximately two feet in height. Their leaves have an almost feathery appearance and both the stem and upper surface of the leaves are covered with small, whitish hairs. Artemisia species can be found in much of the northern and western parts of Europe, where they grow wild in waste spaces. It is thought that several of these species were once commonly cultivated for their medicinal and insect repelling properties. Several may also be found throughout the North American continent as naturalized species, and in the steppes of Northern Asia. Many varieties of wormwood favor shady areas and can often be found as scrub vegetation in the understory level of more developed tracts vegetation. However, several species favor more arid and open conditions than those typically found in woodland habitats.
Specification of Grand Wormwood Leaf Extract
Product Name: Grand Wormwood Leaf Extract
Latin Name: Artemisia absinihium L
Appearance:Deep Brown powder
Concentrated Extract Powder: 1:1 ~ 10:1
Storage: Store in sealed containers at cool & dry place. Protect from light, moisture and pest infestation
Shelf life: 2 years when properly stored.
Packing: 1kg/bag, 5kg/bag, 25KG/Drum, or as your requirements.
Payment terms: T/T in advance, Western Union, Paypal, etc.
Leading time: Usually, 3-5 working days after your payment confirmed.
Grand Wormwood Leaf Extract is A Cancer Killer
Wormwood’s active ingredient, Artemisinin, has also been shown in studies to actually be effective on certain types of cancer, including breast cancer and prostate cancer. Artemesinin works in a similar way with cancer cells and iron. Cancer cells often feed on iron present in the body, and the greater the iron content, the more Artemesisin interacts with the cell to kill it.
Certain cancer cells can be loaded with iron, and Artemisinin interacts with the iron to break down the cancer cells and kill them. In a 2012 study on breast cancer cells and normal breast cells using Artemisinin, the breast cancer cells all died, leaving behind healthy normal cells.