Wormwood Tincture~Tripple Extract Plant Medicine 2oz
purpose: Digestion, Protection, Peace, Parasites'
Wormwood, Artemisia absinthium, is one of the most bitter medicinal plants in the world. The bitter compounds in it are responsible for the plants’ therapeutic properties.
Narayan has taken her alchemical wisdom and crafted a Tincture of Wormwood, using 3 different extraction methods and marring this trinity for a full spectrum plant medicine.
MEDICINAL USE OF WORMWOOD
As the name implies, Wormwood is a very effective herb against worm infestations, parasites, especially roundworm and pinworm. Wormwoods anti viral properties have been very effective in these current times. It is primarily used to stimulate the digestive system. It’s particularly helpful in indigestion, especially the kind caused by low amounts of gastric juices. Due to its high bitter contents, wormwood has been used traditionally as an anti-depressive, it has nervine properties that bring a sense of peace to the body. Bitter compounds improve the mood and cause alertness. Ivermectin is derived from Wormwood.
Artemisia-based products have demonstrated a broad spectrum of biological ability including antiviral properties. Besides its antiviral activity, Artemisia annua have shown to contain appreciable amounts of minerals such as zinc, gallium and selenium among others.
USAGE:1 dropper under the tongue twice daily upon symptoms or 1 dropper transdermal on the belly, Continue for 10 days or until symptoms subside. while taking your plant medicine affirm to your self I am well, I am whole. I am perfection just as I am
Used internally and externally for:
- Eliminating worms & parasites
- Stimulating the appetite
- Regulating the appetite (take after a meal)
- Gastritis with acid deficiency
- Chronic gastritis
- Bile duct disorders
- Gallbladder stones and infection
- Liver ailments
- Intestinal disorders
- Irregular menstrual cycle
INGREDIENTS: Fresh Wormwood organically grown from Narayans Garden, MCT( fractionated coconut oil) , Jun Kombucha( green tea honey) Wormwood Hydrosol, OrmusGold, Sunflower Lecithin.
Absinthe, absinthium, absinthe wormwood
Leaves, flowering top
Wormwood is an evergreen perennial
0.15-0.4% bitter compounds (sesquiterpene lactones, mainly 0.20-0.28% absinth, artemetin,matricin, isoabsinthin, artemolin); 0.2-1.5% volatile oil (terpenes: of which 35% alpha and beta thujone, and also trans-sabinyl, acetate, chrysantenyl acetate; sesquiterpenes and monoterpenes: thujan, thujyalcohol, linalool, cineol, flavonoids: glycosides of kaempferol and quercetin.
Anthelmintic, antimicrobial, antispasmodic, antiviral, carminative, cholagogue, digestive, emmenagogue, febrifuge, stimulant, tonic
Side effects are typical with overdose due to the adverse effects of thujone which is toxic. Thujone is high doses may cause vomiting, stomachache, severe diarrhea, renal lesion, retention of urine, stupor, and convulsions.
Due to its labor inducing properties, wormwood should not be used during pregnancy.
Do not use wormwood if you have stomach and intestinal ulcers.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.