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Mugwort Herb Powder C/O

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Mugwort Herb (Powder, Certified Organic) WE ARE NOT STOCKING THIS POWDER DUE TO POOR QUALITY.

Also Known As – Artemisia vulgaris

Origin - Hungary

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Overview - Part of the wormwood family, mugwort is native to the British Isles. It grows to a height of three feet and makes a stunning specimen in the back of a garden with its spiky leaves. It was once used to flavor beer before the discovery of hops. It is a seasoning in some cuisines, although it has somewhat fallen into disuse in many countries because of a toxic compound found in the plant. Because the leaves are so dark and the stocks of the herb are dark brown, the powder is dark greenish/brown.

Medicinal Uses – Internally, Mugwort can relieve fatigue and stimulate the nervous system when the leaves are chewed. It can regulate menstrual periods or cause early abortion. It is thought to relieve the pain of menstrual cramping as well. In Chinese medicine, it is thought to cure infertility and to prevent miscarriage when used under the watchful eye of an experienced herbalist. It may be used for menopausal symptoms. It can also be taken for fever. Externally, Mugwort is used in Chinese medicine as moxa. Moxabustion is when a small cone of dried herb is applied to energy points on the body while burning, and it has been found to help breech babies turn to a head down position.

Other Uses – Mugwort is used in Korea and Japan to flavor rice cakes, soups and other dishes. In Europe, it is applied as a bitter herb to season roast goose.

Herbs to Combine/Supplement - Can be combined with ginger to make an herbal tea to relieve menstrual pain.

Parts Used -  Leaves and flower buds are used for different purposes. It is most commonly taken as a tea or put into capsules, although you can also tincture the herb.

Precautions - Do not use mugwort while pregnant as it contains a toxic substance called thujone, which can build up in the body. It is not used internally very often today.

Preparation and Dosage - A mugwort tincture can be taken in two doses per day of 20 to 40 drops each time. If you are taking an infusion, 4 fluid ounces can be taken twice a day. The Chinese use a dose of 1/8 to ½ ounce per day.

Disclaimer - The information presented herein by Mountain Maus’ Remedies is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.

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