Keep evil spirits at bay and enjoy the dreamy effects of Mugwort!
Botanical Name: Artenisia Vulgaris
Common Names: Mugwort, Felon Herb, Chrysanthemum Weed, Wild Wormwood, St. John's Plant
Mugwort is regarded as one of the ancient magical plants. Respected throughout medieval Europe and Asia, it was known as Mother of Herbs. Mugwort is said to keep away evil spirits and bad luck, and when placed under your pillow induces vivid dreams. The American Indians used it for colds, rheumatism, wounds and fever and many modern herbalists prescribe Mugwort for bruises and to stop excessive menstrual bleeding.
Mugwort contains the active ingredient thujone, which is said to be responsible for the plant’s hallucinogenic properties.
Instructions for use
To make as a tea, use 2g (1 teaspoon) per serve. Brew in a pot for 10 minutes, strain and serve. Add sweetener if required. Suitable for use in paper tea filters.
· Not for sale for under 18's
· Do not operate machinery or vehicles after use
· Do not consume if pregnant
· If you are on any medication, you should seek a health professional's advice before taking this product