(ARTEMISIA VULGARIS) ARMOISE

 

(ARTEMISIA VULGARIS) ARMOISE

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DEFINITION

Common Mugwort or Lemongrass Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) is a species of perennial herbaceous plant in the Asteraceae or Compositae (Asteraceae) family. Common in temperate regions, sometimes cultivated as an ornamental, this plant is valued for its cut foliage and medicinal properties.

 

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PRESENTATION

Mugwort is a herbaceous plant that can measure from 60 cm to 2 m in height. It has an erect stem, very branchy and slender without runners, often red-purplish in color. Its foliage is dark green, its downy heads are tight and very abundant on the branches. Its leaves are basal, long-stalked and pinnate, 5 to 8 cm long. The underground part is a branched horizontal rhizome, sometimes strong in diameter and its yellowish or purple flowers with a strong odor (even unpleasant for some). Flowering takes place from July to October. The crumpled leaves give off an odor similar to that of wormwood. The fruits are achenes without a tassel and measure 2 mm, a single plant can produce several tens of thousand

 

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BENEFITS

Mugwort is a medicinal plant with multiple virtues similar to those of wormwood. It is used as an infusion or as a powder. It has tonic, febrifuge, antispasmodic, deworming and stomachic properties. This herbaceous plant is renowned for its fortifying power. The vulgaris cabinet also allows the relief of stomach aches, chest pains and muscle contractions felt in the lower limbs, after intense physical efforts. Stimulates blood circulation (fighting against heavy legs).

 

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TOXICITY

Taking mugwort orally must be preceded by a medical consultation. In high doses, this medicinal plant can indeed become toxic.

RECIPE

a decoction of two plants prescribed to stimulate the immune system and blood circulation.It is also an excellent digestive stimulant, antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, antifungal and a powerful antibacterial; Relieves digestive disorders: colic, chronic diarrhea, pain visceral, feelings of distension, flatulence. Stimulates the secretion of gastric juice, thus promoting appetite; Powerful dewormer: eliminates intestinal worms.

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