The anti-inflammatory properties of mugwort stimulate the production of gastric juice and bile in the stomach. Digestive tract disorders can be treated and digestion can be aided with the use of this herb. It is also antifungal, antibacterial, expectorant, and antiasthmatic. A wide range of parasitic infections can be treated with mugwort, including tapeworms, roundworms, and threadworms. Mugwort is used by women who suffer from irregular periods and other menstrual problems. The herb is also used as a liver tonic, a circulatory stimulant, and a sedative.
* Avoid if pregnant. because it stimulates the uterus.
Steep for tea and combine it with other herbs. You can grind it into powder for capsules.
Directions of Use:
Steep 8 oz of water and add 1 tablespoon of Tea.
Net Wt. 1.5 oz (42.5g)
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