Wormwood Herb is used primarily for liver, gall bladder and stomach ailments, as well as to expel intestinal worms.
Wormwood stimulates and invigorates the whole of the digestive process.
Wormwood herb promotes the production of cholesterol and bilirubin (a component of bile). By stimulating the bitter receptors in the taste buds of the tongue, it triggers an increase in digestive enzymes and stomach acid. Wormwood has traditionally been used as an anthelmintic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative, sedative, stimulant, stomachic, and tonic.
Chemicals contained in wormwood magical herb may have also mild anti-infective properties that may help keep skin injuries from becoming infected.
Wormwood counteracts poisoning by hemlock, mushrooms and sea dragons. Wormwood is used in the production of absinthe, a green liqueur with a bitter licorice or anise flavor and a high alcohol content.
Wormwood herb has also been used to improve blood circulation, as a cardiac stimulant, as a pain reliever for women during labor, and as an agent against tumors and cancers. It promotes menstruation and will help with menstrual cramps. Wormwood has also been used in compresses to treat bruises and sprains.
When used in rituals and spells, wormwood magical herb is best suited to banish anger/negativity; divination; protection; and exorcism.
This potent herb however is also used in the black arts and other darker magicks depending on the intentions of the individual using it.
Wormwood Herb Specifications:
2 oz package