artemisia vulgaris

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Related to artemisia vulgaris: Artemisia absinthium, Artemisia annua, wormwood
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multiple varieties Sharp spikey leaves, hairless on top but have soft white wooly hair underneath. 3 ft stem (1m) sometimes purplish. Small greenish yellow cottony looking flowers on spikes. Leaves are edible, somewhat bitter (good for digestion, stomach acid, bile production, gas, bloating, nutrient absorption, liver). Used for centuries as an antibacterial, antifungal, worm-expeller, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antispasmodic, digestive, diuretic, expectorant, stimulant, stomach aid, and blood cleanser. Tea used to hide pain, headaches, promote sweating, regulates menses, lowers blood sugar, rheumatism, colds, bronchitis, epilepsy, colic, kidneys, nerves, shaking, stomach aches, asthma, insomnia, menstrual issues, tumors, stop bleeding, diarrhea, . Leaves contain compounds shown to be effective against staph and strep infections, dysentery, E.Coli, etc. Tea also used as insecticide, and externally for skin conditions like poison ivy. Used in past as flavoring for beer-like drinks before hops were used. Do not take while pregnant. Not advisable for children.
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The records include the native species Gratiola neglecta and Verbena bracteata, and the nonnative species Artemisia vulgaris, Hordeum vulgare, and Sisymbrium officinale.
[23.] Ashok PK, Upadhyaya K (2013) Evaluation of analgesic and anti-inflammatory activities of aerial parts of Artemisia vulgaris L.
Ujaru Lunda (3335m) was also characterized by steep slopes with main vegetation of Pinus wallichiana, Abies pindrow, Rosa macrophylla, Skimmia laureola, Berberis wallichii, Bistorta affinis and Artemisia vulgaris. Khojay Mali (3680m) was having Betula utilis as main species along with the scattered and stunted growth of Pinus wallichiana, Skimmia laureola, Juniperus macropoda and Abies pindrow.
Caracteristicas de unidades superiores: Artemisia vulgaris 2.2, Urtica dioica 3.3, Pastinaca sativa subsp.
Artemisia vulgaris S 28 0.7716 D 2.53 <0.025 D(S) 25 0.3054 E 1.14 0.32 E 84 0.2685 E.
Key words: Artemisia vulgaris, Aspalathus linaris, urinary bladder relaxation.
Defnyddiwyd cryn dipyn ar y wermod lwyd (Artemisia absinthium; wormwood) a'r feidiog lwyd (Artemisia vulgaris; mugwort) ar gyfer anhwylderau'r stumog.
Some of my favorite herbs to use in mead are Chicory (Chicoriem intybus), Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare), Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis), Mints (Mentha spp.), Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris), Violets (Viola odorata) and Yarrow (Achillea millefolia).
Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) is a common herb used in alternative medicine.
Experiment 7 (August 1991) examined larval feeding and survival on Artemisia vulgaris, Chrysopsis villosa, Solidago bicolor, and the natural host Ambrosia artemisiifolia.
Artemisia vulgaris ydi'r enw gwyddonol ar y planhigyn a 'mugwort' yn Saesneg.