Absinthium

Absinthium

The most important properties of the plant are to facilitate the production of bile excretion. Then it has potent digestive effects throughout the digestive tract as well as intense gastric cleansing as well as a strong anesthetic effect. And then the issue of windbreaking and gastrointestinal bloating is finally the palliative effect of this plant in the treatment of abdominal pain (intestine, analgesic). The nature of this plant is warm and dry. Other properties of the plant include: skin strengthening, skin disinfection, scabies, increased skin perfusion, strengthening and preventing hair loss, fixing darkened parts under the eyes (with honey), scorpion and insect sting repellent and hair strengthening. Disadvantages: Toxic (excessive), contraindicated for pregnant women, harmful to those with severe bleeding, loosening of gastric inlet.

  • Name: Absinthium
  • Type: Medicinal Plants
  • Scientific Name: Artemisia Absinthium
  • Product: Native to Europe but in Central Asia, Africa and the eastern parts of Europe