Wormwood is a therapeutic herb that cleanses the body of harmful organisms. It is found in Europe, North America and Northern Asia. The herb is bitter but its root has an aromatic flavor. The Romans referred to it as 'absinthium' as derived from the Latin word 'absinthial' meaning 'bitter;.
Wordwood helps to resist swelling and irritation and contains many antioxidants. Stimulates the digestive tract and gallbladder function. Triggers the productive of bile aiding in the better gallbladder function. Aids in the treatment for heartburn (used as a tea) and also for IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). Aids in expelling intestinal worms, especiall when used with colonics or enemas. Helps to stimulate menses. Calms the muscles. Used an an anti-anxiety and mild sedative.
The whole herb including its oil and leaves
Clearing the body (both human and animal) from harmful organisms
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