Wormwood ( Artemisia Absinthum ) possesses several medicinal compounds, which include anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antioxidant properties. Apart from being used as the primary ingredient in absinthe, wormwood has been traditionally used to increase appetite, treat digestive disorders and cure fever.
Benefits of taking wormwood
- Used for SIBO ( small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) treatment
- Stimulates appetite and treats Anorexia
- Has a broad spectrum of antifungal and antimicrobal properties
- Help the elimination of parasites
in addition Wormwood contains ascorbic acid (Vitamin C), carotenoids, flavonoids, and other active compounds that are beneficial to the body. Furthermore, wormwood helps reverse cellular damage, prevents premature aging and certain ailments and elimination of cancer cells.
An additional version includes cloves and green black walnut for a wider spectrum action as antifungal and antimicrobical agent due to the properties of cloves and black walnut
Take 3 capsules spread during the day - do not exceed the recommended dose
Precaution: Wormwood herb is not meant for long-term use. Make sure you don’t exceed recommended doses because excessive consumption could be highly toxic. Using wormwood for longer than four weeks or at higher than recommended doses may lead to nausea, vomiting , restlessness, insomnia, vertigo, tremors and seizures.
Don’t take this herb in any form if you’re pregnant or breast-feeding. There have been documented abortifacient and emmenagogue effects of wormwood.
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