Wormwood powder health Benefits

Due to the special leaf shape and special needs of silver color, it is often used by floral teachers to make flowers. The taste of the leaves is similar to that of lemon which has a sweet and delicious taste so it is often used in the production of toilet water and balsamic vinegar which can be rubbed on the skin to prevent mosquitoes and flies. The leaves are often used by Europeans to make tea which is good for gastrointestinal health and removes parasites from children. It can be placed in the bath water to promote blood circulation, and can be placed in a pillow to treat insomnia.
The most impressive benefits of wormwood herbs include the ability to eliminate cancer cells, prevent fungal infections, and protect against malaria.

An active ingredient in wormwood is a substance called artemisinin, which is widely known in the tropics of the world. Using this herb in a medium dose can be an excellent first line of defense against this deadly disease by acting as an antioxidant and destroying the cell wall of the malaria parasite. The anti-parasitic nature of this herb also applies to other unwanted parasites.
Many studies have shown that, in some cases, regular supplementation of wormwood can eliminate the need for steroids in patients with Crohn's disease, as herbs can help improve overall bowel health.
Both rumors and modern evidences point to the artemisia argyi, including the immune system provided by the specific defense against E. coli and Salmonella, as well as various fungal infections, such as yeast infections caused by fungal infections, and Candida albicans.
Studies have shown that artemisinin, the active ingredient in wormwood, can also induce apoptosis of breast cancer cells; more researches on the effects of herbs on other cancers are under way.
The wormwood can play an anti-allergic effect and has a very good effect on the treatment of wet sore scabies, dampness and itching. The wormwood contains a large amount of chemical components, in addition to volatile oils, it also contains tannins, flavonoids, alcohols, polysaccharides, trace elements and other organic ingredients. These ingredients can effectively help regulate the body's nutritional needs. The wormwood can be used as "folium artemisiae argyi tea", "folium artemisiae soup" and "folium artemisiae porridge" and other recipes to enhance the body's resistance to disease.