Get your liver and bladder remedy all-done with Wormwood, grown exclusively on our herb farm in Sussex County, New Jersey. Harvested at the peak of its readiness, its bitter aftertaste promises its all-natural origin and digestion-friendly attribute.
Brew a steaming cup of this digestive bitter or doctor your own tinctures and syrups to stimulate your stagnated digestion, relieve intestinal spasms, improve gallbladder functioning, promote healthy liver functioning, and treat worm infections.
A bitter herb that can be used as a tea blend. Wormwood can also be used in tinctures and infused oil.
Wormwood is a popular aromatic perennial that is traditionally used for treating digestive tract ailments. It is commonly used to stimulate appetite and treat excessive flatulence (gas), bloating, intestinal spasms, worn infections, gallbladder diseases, liver malfunctioning, etc.
It also serves as a perfect aphrodisiac to enhance libido. It is also used fervently as a diaphoretic to stimulate sweating for lowering the fever.
Wormwood Dried - Artemisia Absinthium Frequently Asked Questions
What is Wormwood?
Dried Wormwood is a blend of aerial parts of the Artemisia absinthium plants that can be used to make teas, tinctures, syrups, and infused oils. It can be used to stimulate your stagnated digestion, relieve intestinal spasms, improve gallbladder functioning, promote healthy liver functioning, and treat worm infections.
Is Wormwood safe for children?
Wormwood usage is discouraged in children under six years of age.
Is Wormwood good for digestion?
Dried wormwood is an excellent digestive bitter that stimulates digestion by inducing the production of saliva and promoting the secretion of gastric juices and digestive enzymes. With smooth digestion, the chances of experiencing intestinal cramps and flatulence also tend to lower.
Is Wormwood good for gallbladder?
Wormwood clears the gallbladder, preventing the buildup of gallstones, and other gallbladder-related diseases.
Is Wormwood safe to use during pregnancy?
Wormwood is contraindicated during pregnancy as it contains high quantities of thujone which can be harmful to both mother and fetus.
Should I take Wormwood daily?
Wormwood, in any form, shouldn’t be taken daily in high amounts as it contains thujone which can cause kidney failure, vomiting, and seizures. Use it only when required after consulting with your respective healthcare practitioner.