Wormwood Extract Benefits
What is Wormwood? Wormwood certainly does not have the most attractive name but it may have got its moniker from its ability to kill intestinal worms and other harmful organisms. Wormwood or common wormwood which is also known by its scientific name “Artemisia absinthium” is an herb which grows...
What is Wormwood?
Wormwood certainly does not have the most attractive name but it may have got its moniker from its ability to kill intestinal worms and other harmful organisms.
Wormwood or common wormwood which is also known by its scientific name “Artemisia absinthium” is an herb which grows wild throughout many parts of Europe and also in certain parts of North Africa and Northern Asia. It is now being grown increasingly in North America because of a rise in demand for its medicinal uses.
Specification ofGrand Wormwood Extract
Product Name: Grand Wormwood 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 Extract Benefits
In terms of general benefits of the herb Wormwood extract, it has been proven to help with many things, however it is mainly used in the holistic aspect of medicinal use. It is most commonly consumed either as a hot tea or a tincture to be taken before meals and is favorably used for:
1, Stimulating the digestive tract and gallbladder function
2, Effective trigger of producing excessive amounts of bile which aids in the function of the gallbladder
3, Typically mixed with peppermint and/or caraway (in a tea) to aid in the calming of heartburn and IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
4, Expelling of intestinal worms
5,Stimulate feminine menstruation.
6,Stimulates cerebral hemispheres and directly stimulates the cortex cerebri which may aid in nervous diseases like neurasthenia
7, Common muscle relaxant
8, May help to quicken the process of childbirth and help with the expulsion of the afterbirth (it is not recommended however due to the toxicity of the herb)
9, Known to treat anxieties by being used a mild sedative
10, Stimulates poor circulation and aids in the relief of painful rheumatic joints by using the leaves a compress
11, Stimulates/remedies a poor appetite
Grand Wormwood Extract Side Effects and Precautions
While the notion of wormwood-induced absinthism has been discredited, the possibility remains that thujone, or some other compound within wormwood, could have potentially toxic effects. However, this is only true if consumed in absurdly high quantities, or if it interacts with medications or a preexisting condition. In general, Grand Wormwood Extract is safe for most people. But, as a precaution, women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should avoid Grand Wormwood Extract supplements. And, due to its potency, don’t take the essential oil of wormwood internally.