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Mugwort

Artemesia vulgaris

ELEMENT: earth

PARTS USED: leaves & tops

FAMILY: daisy

Mugwort

Mugwort has been used medicinally and in food for thousands of years. The Romans planted mugwort along roadways where it was available to put in shoes to alleviate the aching feet of people walking by, and Anglo-Saxon tribes believed it was one of the nine sacred herbs from Odin, war-god and protector of heroes. Mugwort is also used in acupuncture to stimulate Qi by placing the burning plant directly on the needles, a technique called Moxibustion. 

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Physical

  • mediates irregular cycles in women

  • stimulates bile secretion

  • calms the nervous system

  • alleviates excess fluid retention

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Energetic

  • induces vivid dreaming

  • enhances visions in meditation

  • calms & cleanses the energy field

  • purifies the aura 

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find mugwort in:

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BODY GUARD
ROOM SPRAY

PUCK'S DREAM
SLEEP AID