Wormwood, as the name implies, have been used traditionally to promote intestinal cleansing. Herbalists also value this bitter tonic to stimulate and promote digestive health
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Absinthe, Absinthium, Ajenjo, and Armoise are all accepted names for:
Wormwood, as the name implies, have been used traditionally to promote intestinal cleansing. Herbalists also value this bitter tonic to stimulate and promote digestive health.
Wormwood is a truly bitter tonic- its botanical name absinthium is translated ‘without sweetness’. The bitter taste however, jump-starts healthy digestive and intestinal functions. Consequently, Wormwood is recognized as a powerful herbal agent for relieving occasional constipation, soothing nausea, indigestion and hyperacidity, as well for stimulating healthy appetite. HINT: If brewing Wormwood tea, it may be a good idea to add aromatic herbs and spices such as Peppermint, Spearmint or Cinnamon to alleviate the bitter taste. DID YOU KNOW: Wormwood was once used as a flavoring ingredient in Vermouth? COMMON NAMES: Absinthe, Absinthium, Ajenjo, Armoise, Wermut. cleansing; bitter digestive tonic; supports healthy digestion; alleviates nausea, gas, bloating, feeling of fullness; occasional acid indigestion; promotes healthy liver function.
Suggested directions: 1 to 2 cups of tea daily. If desired, add honey and/or lemon to taste. NOT TO BE USED DURING PREGNANCY OR WHILE NURSING. USE WITH CAUTION. DO NOT EXCEED RECOMMENDED DOSE. NOT RECOMMENDED FOR LONG-TERM USE.