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Wormwood Herb


A bitter herb used traditionally as a vermifuge to dispel parasites and worms from the digestive tract, especially roundworms and pinworms. This bitter herb stimulates the secretion of digestive juices for improving a poor appetite and is often used for conditions of indigestion and travel sickness. It supports the liver detoxification processes, increasing the flow of bile.
Do not use in pregnancy, if you might be pregnant, in conditions of high blood pressure,  digestive ulceration or irritable bowel syndrome.

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Wild harvested Wormwood Herb

Latin name: Artemisia absinthum

Additional common names:  green ginger, grand wormwood, American or Western wormwood, Madder wort, wormwood sage, absinth, Armoise Amère, Herbe aux Vers, Herbe Sainte, iwo, Wermut, Wermutkraut, Bitterer Beifuβ.


Product Size

100 grams, 250 grams


Wild harvested


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