Artemisia vulgaris - The mother of Herbs
Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris L.) is a species with great importance in the history of medicine and was called the “mother of herbs” in the Middle Ages. It has been used in traditional Chinese, Hindu, and European medicine to regulate the functioning of the gastrointestinal system and treat various gynecological problems. For our Artemisia capsules we use only high-quality Artemisia vulgaris extract with 2% flavonoids. Moreover, our product is highly dosed with 600 mg Artemisia extract per capsule. To ensure optimal quality, we also test our Artemisia extract for various impurities, including microbial contamination, as well as heavy metal and aluminium residues. Of course, our product is without additives and is suitable for Vegans.
SPECIALLY DEVELOPED FOR
Artemisia vulgaris has a long history of use as a folk remedy for a range of female conditions like but also for stomach and intestinal problems.
GOOD TO KNOW
- Artemisia vulgaris was called the “mother of herbs” in the Middle Ages.
- It is a common herbaceous plant that exhibits high morphological and phytochemical variability depending on the location where it occurs.
- The botanical name of mugwort, Artemisia vulgaris, is derived from that of the Greek goddess Artemis. Artemis was considered the queen of hunting, fertility, and the moon. Based on Greek mythology, the Romans used mugwort as a remedy for women's ailments