Sweet Wormwood Tincture (Artemisia Annua)
Cultivated in the area of Kouses and in Botano’s biodynamic garden, sweet wormwood, also known as "Artemisia annua", "sweet Annie", "sweet sagewort", "qing hao", "annual mugwort", or "annual wormwood", is a traditional Chinese medicinal plant that has been utilized for over 5 millennia.
Because it contains unique compounds such as artemisinin that have antiviral, antibacterial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antifungal effects, it has been used to naturally combat conditions such as malaria. It has also been shown to have cytotoxicity against cancer cells as well as the ability to treat fevers, inflammation, arthritis pain, or headaches.
The most extensively studied advantage of Artemisia annua in the treatment of malaria. The World Health Organization recommends artemisinin-based combination therapy for the treatment of uncomplicated malaria, generally in conjunction with other medications.
Artemisia Annua species have antiviral capabilities, primarily against herpes, the simple virus, and the dengue virus, as well as antimicrobial and antiparasitic characteristics (Bacillus subtilis, Salmonella enteritidis, Candida albicans).
Artemisia annua is also used in the treatment of other infections and illnesses, including leishmaniasis, HIV, Chagas disease, and African sleeping sickness.
According to some research, artemisia may be useful for alleviating osteoarthritis symptoms, particularly those affecting the knees and hips, due to its anti-inflammatory properties.
Other benefits of this plant extract include treating infections, fungus, inflammation, arthritic symptoms, and some types of cancer, whether taken orally or topically.
Finally, several nations have recently begun substantial studies to see whether Artemisia Annua may be utilized to treat COVID symptoms.
Take 5-10 drops with water or juice or under the tongue up to 3 times a day. Make sure to shake the bottle well before using.
◉ Tinctures should be stored in airtight glass containers -in a cool, dark, and dry area- to preserve their flavor and properties. During summertime, it is suggested to keep them in the fridge.
◉ Herbs do not work wonders without paying attention to our diet, our lifestyle, and our physical activity.
◉ The information given about herbs and their properties has been drawn from books, botanical books, and research. They are in no way medical advice or prescription.
◉ The product is not a medicine, nor does it replace medication. Consult your doctor or pharmacist.
🡆 Do not use the product if it is not sealed upon receipt.
🡆 It is forbidden to take it during pregnancy and in women who are breastfeeding.
🡆 People taking anticoagulants, as well as people with diabetes (1 or 2) who are undergoing insulin regulation therapy, MUST consult their doctor.