Health benefits of Artemisia

By : Rajesh Goyal ( Director )

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  • Aids in reduction of fever & inflammation
  • Helps to improve digestion
  • Provides relief from stress and anxiety
  • Promotes discharge of bile from liver into stomach
  • Beneficial in providing relief from parasitic worms found in human body
  • Effective in preventing deadly diseases like Dengue & Chicken Guniya

Other uses: Effective insect repellant, used in sprays, vaporizers and fumigants

Caution : Avoid large doses and prolonged use of Artemisia essential oil

Artemisia is also known as Damanak in the Ayurveda (traditional Indian herbal literature). The bitter components and acids render Artemisia an excellent remedy for digestive issues. This is primarily because a bitter flavor on the tongue actually causes the gallbladder to produce and release bile. Contrary to popular belief, it is often too little acid production that leads to most indigestion, not an excess of it. It is also noted as being useful in alleviating fever, expelling parasitic worms like roundworm from the digestive tract, and for its tonic effects. It may also be applied topically to reduce inflammation of insect bites and promote healing. Wormwood is also noted to be useful in treating jaundice, a sign of liver dysfunction.

How to grow Artemisia

  • Water your Artemisia daily and give it a lot of sun
  • When the plant is 1 hand high: Plant it out into the garden
  • 4 weeks after planting out: Take your first cuttings
  • weeks later, transplant the cuttings into pots

Artemisia in the News

Amazing Herb Kills 98% Of Cancer Cells In Just 16 Hours

According to the researches published in “Life Science”, artemisinin, a “Sweet wormwood” or “Artemisia Annua” derivative, was used in Chinese medicine and it can kill 98% of lung cancer cells in less than 16 hours.

Posted on Dec 29, 2015