Mugwort herb cut Cretan
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Mugwort is a common name for several species of aromatic plants in the genus Artemisia. In Europe, mugwort most often refers to the species Artemisia vulgaris, or common mugwort. Wormwood is a perennial, herbaceous. It can reach a height of 1 - 1,2 m basal leaves are tripenat section, with a length up to 20 cm and the stems in lengths not exceeding 10 cm, gradually simplifies to the top. The flowers are pale yellow and very fragrant. It blooms from July to September.
The fruit is an achene. It is widespread in Eurasia and the Middle East, especially on fallow land increased. Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) and popular "wormwood the" herb herbaceous perennial with compound leaves hairy, sliced green-gray face, silvery-gray on the back and yellow flowers, fragrant, clustered in small flower heads is widespread in Europe, Asia and Africa, 60-120 cm tall. The leaves and buds, best picked shortly before mugwort flowers in July to September, were used as a bitter flavoring agent to season fat, meat and fish.
As a folk medicine, the absinthe has a high reputation as a tonic against tuberculosis, anemia, arthritis and intestinal worms and from it took the English name wormwood . The plant acts as a bitter tonic, stimulant and emmenagogue nerve tonic.The use of the herb dilates blood vessels, lowers blood pressure and reduces swelling in urinary retention.
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