Mugwort

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What other names is Mugwort known by?

Altamisa, Armoise, Armoise Citronnelle, Armoise Commune, Armoise Vulgaire, Artémise, Artemisia, Artemisia Vulgaris, Artemisiae Vulgaris Herba, Artemisiae Vulgaris Radix, Carline Thistle, Felon Herb, Gemeiner Beifuss, Herbe aux Cent Goûts, Herbe de Feu, Herbe de la Saint-Jean, Herbe Royale, Hierba de San Juan, Nagadamni, Remise, Sailor's Tobacco, St. John's Plant, Tabac de Saint-Pierre, Wild Wormwood.

What is Mugwort?

Mugwort is a plant. The above ground parts and root are used to make medicine.

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  • Stomach problems (colic, diarrhea, cramps, constipation, slow digestion, vomiting), epilepsy, irregular menstrual periods, low energy, anxiety, itching caused by scars, and other conditions.

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