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Botanical Name: Artemisia vulgaris
Mugwort is used to flavour dishes of eel and carp and in stuffing for duck, geese, pork and mutton. In China and Japan, Mugwort is used to colour and flavour rice cakes.
Mugwort is also used for anorexia, depression with a lack of appetite, indigestion, round worms and threadworms, colic and nervous dyspepsia.
It is useful to help bring on menstruation and to ease menstrual pain.
A Mugwort tea can easily be brewed from the dried aerial parts in the flower.
Mugwort is externally used as a wash for fungal infections. In Chinese medicine, 'moxa' the compressed dried leaf is burned over acupuncture points.
We also sell organically grown Mugwort seedlings.
Aerial parts in flower
Emmenagogue, appetite stimulant, bitter, choleretic, stomachic, anthelmintic
Pregnancy and breastfeeding.
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