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«Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris). Properties: it favours regular menstrual cycles, antispasmodic, antiepileptic, spring tonic, vermifuge, vulnerary. Indications: absence of menstrual periods related to anaemia, lymphatism, chlorosis; developmental disorders; dizziness and lipothymia (fainting) » [1].  

«Common mugwort . Properties: emmenagogue, haemostatic, antispasmodic, bitter tonic ...
Uses: to stop excessive menstrual flow, stimulate blood circulation, warm the uterus, calm the foetus, reduce the risk of threatened miscarriage, relieve abdominal pain caused by inside cold. It is used as a bitter tonic for the liver and stomach; can be applied locally as liniment or lavender against itching. Whether it is taken internally or externally, it prevents and eliminates the presence of parasites and intestinal worms …» [2].  

«Mugwort. Actions: Digestive, anthelmintic, tonic, antispasmodic, emmenagogue, sedative. It has the reputation of being a good emmenagogue remedy, anti-dysmenorrhoic and effective in regularising periods. …
The digestive, cholagogue, laxative, anthelmintic and antispastic properties make it an excellent remedy, especially in diseases and disorders of the gastrointestinal tract. Being it less strong than Absinth, in digestion disorders (low digestion, nausea, etc.) and in cases of lack of appetite, it can be taken even for long periods. While promoting better digestion, Mugwort fosters proper assimilation of nutrients»[3]


[1] Jean Valnet, Fitoterapia. Cura delle malattie con le piante. Aldo Martello – Giunti Editore.
[2] Michael Tierra, Grande manuale di erboristeria, Edizioni Mediterranee.
[3] Francesco Perugini Billi, Fitoterapia, Edizioni Junior.
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