Mugwort

Review Forms and Sizes of Mugwort Below

Common Name:  Common Mugwort, Sailor's Tobacco, Felon Herb, Artemisia argyi leaf, Common Wormwood
Botanical Name:   Artemisia vulgaris, 
Chinese / Pin Yin Name:  Ai Ye
Mugwort Dosage: Follow doctors instructions on how to use this herb.
Mugwort Precautions:  The effective ingredient is the volatile oil and it is the toxic ingredient which can cause inflammation of the skin mucus. Taken orally can cause irritation of the of the digestive tract.   Do not use if pregnant or nursing.

**Shipping Notice:This herb can't be shipped to Louisiana

Mugwort Benefits and Information

Mugwort  has a long and rich history of use in medicine as an herbal remedy. Traditionally Mugwort stops bleeding, warms the meridians and dispels cold.  Mugwort may help ease joint pain and promote a positive moodI.  It is a great source of vitamin C, calcium and zinc. Mugwort 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.
Product Properties: Bitter, Warm, Acrid
Mugwort Channels / Meridians:  Liver, Spleen Kidney
Mugwort Naturally Occurring 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,

Herbs That Combine With Mugwort

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http://alternativehealing.org/ai_ye.htm, https://herbpathy.com/Uses-and-Benefits-of-Mugwort-Cid1408