Artemisia Leaf

Review Artemisia Leaf Forms and Sizes Below

Common Names:  Artemisia Leaf, Mugwort, Sailor's Tobacco, Felon Herb, Artemisia argyi leaf, Common Wormwood
Botanical Name:  Artemisia vulgaris
Chinese/ Pin Yin Name:  Ai Ye

Artemisia Leaf Dosage: Follow doctors instructions on how to use this herb.
Artemisia Leaf Precautions:  Do not use if pregnant or nursing.  Volatile oil, the active ingredient in Artemisia Leaf, is toxic which can cause inflammation of the skin mucus when used topically. Taken orally it can irritate digestive tract.   

Artemisia Leaf Benefits & Information

Artemisia vulgaris has a long and rich history of use as an herbal remedy. It is a rich source of vitamin C, calcium and zinc.  Artemisia Leaf is also sometimes referred to as St. John's Plant because of the tradition of gathering the herb on St. John's Eve. it is said to enhance dreams when placed under your pillow at night.  Artemisia Leaf benefits the reproductive system supports respiratory health, benefits liver health, promotes normal menstrual function, benefits skin health and supports kidney health.  It has antiasmatic, antiseptic, anti-inflammator, expectorant, antibacterial and antioxidant properties.
Product Properties: Bitter, Warm, Pungent, Acrid
Channels/Meridians:   Spleen, Liver, Kidney
Artemisia Leaf Chemical Components:   alpha -phellandrene, camphenbe, alpha-cedrene, transcarveol, bornyl acetate, elemol, isoborneol, alpha-terpineol, beta-caryophyllene, carvone, cadinene, thujylalcohol. Triterpenes:    alpha-amyrin, beta-amyrin, friedelin, 9beta,methoxy-9beta, 10 cylolanost -23 (E)-en25, 26-diol.    matricarin, hanphyllin, 11,13-dihydroalteglasin A. eupatilin, beta-sitostero

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