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Not to be confused with its more famous cousin, Artemisia absinthium, which is used to flavour Absinthe, vermouth and white wine. Artemisinin (Artemisia Annua) is of the same family but has quite different uses.
Before it was Wormwood, it was originally known as Qinghaosu by the ancient Chinese. By harvesting the stalks and the leaves, they used it to treat infections and fevers.
Incredibly, these are still some of its primary uses today. And that is perhaps why it’s most famously known as being one of the most effective antimalarial drugs available on the market today.
But far from being restricted to this role, it is the very fact that parasites (like Malaria) seem incapable of forming resistance to it that makes it so useful not only as an antimalarial but in everyday protective use too.
Swanson Superior Herbs Artemisinin (Wormwood) is a powerful tool, not to be underestimated, in the fight to maintain and protect the body’s immune system.
Also known as sweet annie, or sweet wormwood - the uses for Swanson Superior Herbs Artemisinin (Wormwood) are numerous aside from its antimalarial capacity. Its robust ability to resist new strains of parasites means that it is an incredibly effective immunal booster. Not to mention an antibacterial and antifungal remedy too.
Swanson Superior Herbs Artemisinin brings an ancient remedy into the twenty first century, allowing you access to one of the most successful tonics in human history.
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take one capsule three times per day with water.
Other ingredients: Rice flour, gelatin, magnesium stearate.
WARNING: Do not take this product if you are pregnant or nursing. Consult your healthcare provider before use if you are taking any other health products. Long-term use should be supervised and monitored by a healthcare professional.