Herbalist have used this herb externally as the active substance in a liniment for sprains, bruises, and lumbago (lower back pain, slipped disk).
Mugwort has been used in cases of internal bleeding, worms and bad breath. It is as an antidote for many poisonous mushrooms. Mugwort has nervine qualities that are excellent treating uncontrollable shaking (Parkinson), nervousness and insomnia. Herbalist have used it internally, to tone digestion, strengthen the liver and gall bladder and for travel sickness.
Mugwort is a bitter tonic and can be used for digestion and liver function improvement.
Mugwort is an invigorating, aromatic herb that has antiseptic qualities and is capable of expelling worms and other parasites.
Mugwort has been useful for all complaints of the digestive system such as constipation and indigestion. It is useful in stimulating sweating in a dry fever and for stomach acidity.
Mugwort has a stimulating effect on uterine circulation and also helping with cramps. It also promotes menstruation.
Mugwort has been used externally, and internally to check Falling Out Hair and Baldness.
The bitter herb, Mugwort has long been used as an insect repellent.
For centuries, Mugwort has been used as a worming medicine for men and animals.
Mugwort has similar properties to the herb Wormwood and can be taken when traveling to tropical countries to prevent MALARIA.
NOTE: Mugwort is toxic in large does. Therefore, Mugwort is best used in small quantities and for short periods of time. Mugwort is rarely given to CHILDREN.
CAUTION: Avoid during pregnancy, as it stimulates uterine contractions and can be toxic taken in large doses.
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