Mugwort (Artemesia vulgaris) is one of the most cherished herbs on the planet. It has been used by nearly every culture in some way. From mystical applications, to culinary uses, it's been used in every way imaginable including as a dream herb or "oneirogen". It's often also found as an ingredient in Absinthe, to accompany the Wormwood in the mixture. Herbalists use it for general illness. It can be used in the garden to keep pests from eating your plants, and has even been utilized in Beer recipes for centuries! It's by far one of the most versitile herbals on the planet.
I typed up a huge and thorough write-up on this product under the Live Mugwort Plants page, as we sell them too. Feel free to check it out as well to learn more! Not intended to diagnose , treat, prevent, or cure, any ailments, conditions, diseases, etc. Consult your healthcare provider before use. Statements not to be taken as medical or scientific claims. See our citations and scholar.google.com for more information.
Our Mugwort is also for sale in our ETSY store, and with much lower priced shipping! ( $3.xx vs 8.xx ) although it will arrive faster through Star (2 day priority shipping) Quick update: We also have a few Mugwort seed packs to get rid of here![again at our ETSY] These items are harvested seasonally, locally, by Star.
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