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  • Sweet Annie / Wormwood / Artemisia Annua (Qing Hao) - Cut Form 1 lb. - Nuherbs Brand
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Artemisia Annua (Qing Hao) - Cut Form 1 lb. - Nuherbs Brand

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Herbal information on Artemisia Annua in bulk form. 

Other Names:  Herba Artemisiae Annuae, Sweet Wormwood, Sweet Sagewort

Botanical Name: Artemisia Annua

Pin Yin Name: Qing Hao, Ching Hao

Ingredients:  No fillers or excipient

Package Size:  1 pound

Form:  Cut

Brand: Nuherbs Organic Herbs

Origin:  China

Cautions:  Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Should not be boiled for a long time.

 

About Artemisia Annua a Traditional Chinese Herb used by Tradtional Chinese Herbalist.  Sweet wormwood, an herb from the Far East, used for centuries in China for addressing specific microbial imbalances.  Artemisia Annua is being studied on its efficacy on fighting Malaria disorders. 

  • Kidney
  • Liver
  • Gallbladder
  • Bitter
  • Cold
  • Benefits Digestion
  • May be used topically on skin eruptions
  • Main active ingredient is Artemisinin
  • Doctors recommend Artemisia annua as a parasite cleanse

"Ching-hao was described in the Shennong Bencao Jing (*) where it was listed as caohao:

Caohao is bitter and cold. It mainly treats skin bugs, itchy scabs, and malign sores; it kills lice, relieves lodged heat in the joints, and brightens the eyes. Its other name is qinghao."

 

Naturally Occurring Chemical Components

  • Artemisinol
  • Palmitic acid
  • Coumarin
  • Octacosanol
  • β-Sitosterol
  • Myrcene
  • Sesquiterpenes
  • Flavonoids
  • Artemetin
  • Borneol

 

What herbs can be combined with Artemisia annua

+Honeysuckle and Artemisia annua
+Pau d Arco and Artemisia annua
+Raw Rehmannia and Artemisia annua
+Moutan Root and Artemisia annua

 

How to Use Bulk Herbs Chart

With so many different ways to use bulk herbs, it is easy to get confused. In order to understand how to use the different parts of the plant, please see our informational chart below. We also have several helpful pages if you need additional information. Check out our How to Use Bulk Herbs page to see how to use herbs correctly. 

Parts of Plants Tincture Decoction Syrup/Gargle Topical/Facial Tea/Infusion Cooking
Hard/Dried Berries YES YES YES Grind First NO YES
Soft Fruit YES YES YES YES YES YES
Leaves YES YES YES YES YES YES
Roots/Tubers YES YES Decoct First Grind First NO YES
Bark YES YES Decoct First Grind First NO YES
Stems YES YES Decoct First Grind First YES YES
Flowers YES YES Make Tea First Grind First YES YES
 

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About Nuherbs Lab Tested Quality.

Each batch of herbs is dual-lab tested by our in-house lab and independent third party lab. Our in-house lab is equipped with instruments such as a high performance liquid chromatography, moisture determination meter, Fourier transform infrared spectrometer, atomic absorption spectrophotometer, gas chromatograph, etc.

In addition, the following additional tests are performed:

  • Micro bacteria
  • Pesticides - over 200 pesticides tested for (Uab 2000 screen).
  • Heavy Metals - Lead, Mercury and Arsenic

 
Traditional Chinese Herbs

Chinese herbs encompasses the use of different parts of plants, such as the leaves, roots, stems, flowers, and seeds. These plant parts are often used as a tea, decoctions, extracts, made into capsules or even a footbath. These bulk herbs should be regarded as an added feature to modern western healthcare, and not as a replacement. Chinese traditional herbs ( Teas ) emphasize harmony and balance.

 

We encourage you to educate yourself on herbs and supplements, by researching reputable sites, and books. Having an open discussion with your physician on what will be most beneficial for your health issues. And lastly discussing interaction of herbs and pharmaceuticals with your pharmacist or physician.

 

References
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1885105/

http://trstmh.oxfordjournals.org/content/100/6/505.short

http://www.itmonline.org/arts/chinghao.htm  *

Hsu HY and Hsu CS, Commonly Used Chinese Herb Formulas with Illustrations, 1980, Oriental Healing Arts Institute, Long Beach, CA.

Barradell LB and Fitton A, Artesunate: A review of its pharmacology and therapeutic efficacy in the treatment of malaria, Drugs 1995; 50(4): 714-741.

 

      
Please note: 
Definitions of the following forms which our products are sold in. Plus, we offer Certificate of Analysis by request for our products.

Powdered Concentrates  100 gram container size.(3.5 oz)
This has been processed, and usually has dextrin added. This is a powder which is commonly used to make tea or capsules.
Powdered Herb This is the herb, root, berry, twig, or any form of the herb, which has been Powdered into a fine mesh which usually can be put into capsules.  Most of the Powders herbs are in a 1 pound size, unless otherwise noted.
Cut and Sift This the herb, root, berry, twig, or any form of herb cut into manageable pieces. In general about 1/4 thick.  Size of herbs are 1 pound containers
Whole In very rare occasion herbs are whole, for example the Reishi Mushroom, Noto Ginseng, Mandrake, and Marigolds. Size of herbs are 1 pound containers.  If concerned please call.
Teapills These are small pills which have already been formulated and made into small pills.  Usually the size of small peas. The teapills are swallowed whole. The formula is usually based on Ancient Chinese Medicine.
Capsules Are Gelatin Capsules, unless noted as vegetarian capsules.  Please see each individual product for further information
Tablets Are a hard tablet ranging in various sizes. Please see each individual product for further information
Extracts An extract is produced by adding alcohol to an herb and letting the medium activate the components of the herbs, as well as to preserve the herbs
Loose Leaf The herb is not in a teabag.  It is loose in the packaging.  Sizes of the leaf vary from 1/4 inch to 1 inch depending on herb and brand.

 

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