BIO Mugwort herb
Mugwort is recommended for people who want to cleanse the body and have difficulties with the absorption of nutrients and lack of appetite. When added to the bath, it soothes the effects of rheumatic diseases, and its intense aroma has a relaxing effect.
Mugwort was known and valued in antiquity, associating it with numerous superstitions and superstitions. It was supposed to drive away snakes and counteract rabies. In ancient Egypt, she was dedicated to the goddess Isis, and her Latin name comes from the Greek goddess Artemis (Diana). It was a magical plant for the Celts, Germans and Slavs. It was believed to protect against spells and charms. They are girded with it during the rituals of Kupała Night - this is Midsummer Eve (23 June). In the old Anglo-Saxon ceremony of blessing 9 herbs, it was considered the oldest herb.
Currently in medicine, mugwort herb and root are used in stomach and intestinal diseases as an agent to increase the secretion of gastric juice, stimulate appetite, accelerate digestion, reduce smooth muscle tone and increase bile secretion. Externally, these raw materials are used in anti-rheumatic baths.
Fresh or dried young leaves or flowering tops of shoots are used as a spice with a pleasant spicy aroma and bitter taste.
Together with other herbs, it is used to make vodka and herbal wines.