Mugwort is traditionally used for its favourable influence on painful, irregular or too heavy periods
It was also used in herbal medicine as a digestive and antispasmodic
Mugwort, Mugwort, Common Mugwort, Lemonwort, Artemisia, Royal herb, Hundred Flavours herb, Fire herb, St. John's herb.
Latin name :
Artemisia vulgaris L.
Part used :
The aerial part.
Mugwort is prepared as an infusion (20 grams per liter) for 5 minutes.
Drink a cup after each meal.
Child of less than 6 years.
Renal or hepatic insufficiency.
The young shoots of mugwort are used to make fritters with a flavour similar to artichoke.
Bag of 100 grams.
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