Mugwort Tea Australia
Mugwort has long been utilized in ancient cultures, with among the most well-known being part of a Chinese acupuncture process of Moxibustion. Likewise frequently used for headaches, nosebleeds, nerve issues, fever and insomnia. Aussie Grown Herbal Tea Quality!
The mugwort plant was traditionally used for digestion conditions to beer-making, bug spray, and more. Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris L.) is a perennial plant in the Asteraceae household. The plant belongs to Northern Europe and Asia; it can likewise be discovered in many parts of North America.
What is Mugwort?
The mugwort plant grows to 4 ft in height; however, it sometimes reaches up to 6 feet. Its angular reddish-brown stems have bitter-tasting leaves with a sage-like aroma—the plant blossoms with yellow or dark orange flowers in the summer.
Mugwort is used to flavour dishes of eel and carp and in stuffing for duck, geese, pork and mutton. In china and Japan Mugwort is used to colour and flavour rice cakes.
Mugwort is also used for anorexia, depression with a lack of appetite, indigestion, round worms and threadworms, colic and nervous dyspepsia.
It is useful to help bring on menstruation and to ease menstrual pain.
Mugwort is externally used as a wash for fungal infections. In Chinese medicine, 'moxa' the compressed dried leaf is burned over acupuncture points.
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