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Wormwood Capsules (Artemisia absinthum)

The earliest account of Atremisia absinthum use dates back to ancient Egypt, where it was used as medicine to kill intestinal worms and as a treatment of fever. Wormwood was sacred to the Greek goddess Artemis, the sister of Apollo and the god of healing, hence the genus name Artemisia. It was also believed that the plant could be used as an antidote to poisonous fungi, and as a therapy for such illnesses as menstrual pain, anaemia, and rheumatism (Lanier 1995). Hildegard Von Bingen, Medieval composer and botanist, wrote in Physica, her classic work on health and healing, that Wormwood was the most important master against all exhaustions. Our Wormwood Capsules are the same in every way as our Alpine wormwood, presented in powdered and encapsulated form instead of a loose herb. A premium grade wormwood that is produced by combining two species: Artemisia umbelliformis and Artemesia absinthus - this strong herbal product has the best of both types. Many doctors recommend drinking three cups of tea, or the equivalent of 2 capsules each day. It is recommend that it should not be used consecutively for more than four weeks. Wormwood grows wild all over Europe and the USA and is for ever married with the famous liqueur of Europe the green fairy Absinthe. The word absinthe comes from the Greek word apsinthion, which means undrinkable (Lanier 1995), which describes its extremely bitter taste. The bitterness is due to the chemical absinthin, one of the components of wormwood, that has a bitterness threshold of 1:70000, which means that one ounce of it can be detected in 524 gallons of water (Arnold 1989). Absinthin is separate from the essential oil, thujone. Thujone is has a long history of use with artists, but like many essential oils, though less toxic than alcohol, it can be highly toxic in large quantities. *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to cure, treat, diagnose, or prevent any disease.

 

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