1. Cures Malaria
2. Treats SIBO
3. Beneficial for Nervous System Disorders
4. Stimulates Appetite and Treats Anorexia
5. Effective Insect Repellant
6. Features Broad Spectrum Antimicrobial Properties
7. Features Broad Spectrum Anti-fungal Properties
8. Alleviates Symptoms Linked To Crohn’s Disease
9. Helps Stimulate Menstruation
10. Helps Eliminate Parasites
11. Destroys Cancer Cells
It has narcotic effects, and so it was used in alcoholic drinks to add flavor and to heighten intoxication in the past. Nonetheless, it has more to offer than just being an ingredient in alcoholic beverages.
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.
Wormwood can be taken as a tea or tincture. However, it is considered unsafe taken in large amounts due to the thujone content of wormwood.
Dosage: To make a wormwood infusion or tea, steep a half teaspoon to one teaspoon of dried or fresh wormwood in one cup of boiling water for five to 15 minutes. It’s important that you use no more than one teaspoon of the leaves as they’re very strong and bitter.
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