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Artemisia vulgaris

organic mugwort

plant overview
st. john’s herb

Mugwort, also called St. John's Plant, Felon Herb and Common Wormwood, is a member of the daisy family that is distributed throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and North America. Prior to the use of hops as material for fermentation, mugwort was commonly used in beer-making, often in combination with other herbs and flowers. Now, as then, dried mugwort is almost always preferred to fresh, and is harvested when the plant is in flower to ensure peak potency. Today, mugwort is most commonly added to herbal tea blends and used to make ointments, salves and tinctures. The herb is also reputed to repel moths.

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