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BOTANICAL MEDICINE DATABASE
It has antibacterial, antifungal, expectorant and antiasthmatic properties.
As a bitter, mugwort may be used wherever digestive stimulation is needed. However, the herb supports digestion not only through bitter stimulation, but also through carminative a
Antimicrobial, Carminative, Diaphoretic, Diuretic, Expectorant, Nervine, Tonic, Antifungal, Bitter
High doses may interfere with absorption of nutrients. Is potentially allergenic to people sensitive to plants of the Asteraceae family
Traditionally used as a tea, may also be encapsulated or taken as an extract. Popularly mixed with other botanicals to create dream and sleep pillows for the invocation of dreams. Pharmacy: Tincture: (1:1, 25%), 0.5-2ml TID. Infusion: 1 tbsp/cup, TID. Ca