Mugwort (vulgar) Leaf HERBORISTERIE Artemisia vulgaris

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Mugwort (vulgar) Leaf HERBORISTERIE Artemisia vulgaris

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Mugwort (vulgar) Leaf HERBORISTERIE Artemisia vulgaris

Latin name: Artemisia vulgaris L.
Family: Asteraceae
Common Names: mugwort, grass Saint-Jean, Saint-Jean crown, mugwort, Tobacco Saint-Pierre, the percent grass tastes, artemisia lemon grass, mugwort, royal herb, shed.
Parts used: Leaves and flowering tops
Origin: Widespread throughout Europe, Asia and North America, especially on fallow land, landfills, hedges, slopes, embankments tracks railway and river banks . It is very common in France but rare in the Southwest.

The Artemisia (Artemisia vulgaris) is an analogue of Absinthe (Artemisia absinthum). And she has a high dose of a toxic nature.

Several properties are recognized him: tonic, antipyretic, antispasmodic, vermifuge and stomachic. Infusion, it regulates the cycle of menstruation to menopause. It is also used to treat urinary tract infections.

Put in shoes, this plant would be under reduce fatigue while walking. Before, we used to flavor beer and stuff the turkey. It has a bitter sweet taste, which is felt by eating meat or drinking milk from animals that eat them. These plants can also be used in cases of epilepsy. Its young shoots are tender and sweet and can be used in salads or appetizers

In Chinese medicine, it is used to make moxa: sticks dried mugwort that is burned near the meridian points for the Heat. This principle is used in moxibustion and is an alternative to acupuncture and acupressure.

Botanical description of the mugwort or vulgar

- Perennial
- Woody root, creeping and fibrous
- Stem up to 1.5 meters: herbaceous, cylindrical, striated, reddish, slightly hairy, erect and rower
- Leaves alternate, lanceolate deeply cut into segments, dark green above, white and cottony below
- Yellow flowers clustered in small heads and arranged in small axillary spikes which together make up a long panicle
- Oval and smooth Fruit: achene

Harvest: flowering tops collected from the flowers appear in June, July

Properties of mugwort or vulgar

- Stimulant
- Antispasmodic
- Emmenagogue

Indications mugwort or vulgar

- Dysmenorrhoea
- Amenorrhea
- Vertigo

Traditional use of mugwort or vulgar

  • stimulation of the secretion of gastric juices in the case of loss of appetite.
  • relief of flatulence and feelings of distension.
  • treatment of dysmenorrhea.
  • antibacterial and antifungal agent.

Dosage of mugwort or vulgar

Antispasmodic Infusion: 10 g / l, 15 mm; 50ml per day

Precautions with mugwort or vulgar

- A high dose risk of liver and kidney damage and convulsant
- Forbidden for pregnant women

The advice of our pharmacist herbalist: How to achieve an infusion

Put the recommended amount of herb (or herb mixture) in a teapot.
. Pour the boiling water volume indicated.
Note: Prepare your teas with low mineral water. Water plays an important role as it conveys the properties of plants.
. Replace the cover.
. Infuse the time. This time is variable according to the plant or portion thereof: from 3 to 5 minutes for the fresh plant, and from 5 to 15 minutes to dry the plants.
. Go and drink this tea hot.
NB: The infusions must then be kept cool and consumed rapidly (24).

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