Herbal Adventures - The Artemisia Genus

Green Blessings surround us. Herbal medicine, folk medicine: free, easy and accessible. Connect with the plants and you find yourself in love with the earth and your-own wild nature to find. You do not learn the human language about plants when you live with the plants, they speak to you in your dreams and whisper in your language and words are womb.But Useful Tools. Everyone, no matter what their mother tongue, use the Sami language planning: the botanical or, more simply, the scientific name names.Scientific may seem daunting, Will be your goal effort repaid a hundredfold. Plants in the same family often have very similar characteristics, so that you learn how to use dog hundreds of plants, must learn so quickly how to use one.The Asteraceae family, like all plant families, is mentioned in sub-groups of genera (plural Divided). Each species (singular) contains closely related plants are that, and usually used interchangeably, although individual. Any investment in one human species has the same first name, a second purpose or different types mentioned. Thus, the genus Echinacea consists in the family Asteraceae, E. pallida, E. purpurea and E. augustifolia, all of which are powerful anti-infectives agents.Among the many genera in the Asteraceae family, is one of my favorites of the genus Artemisia, which according to named to the goddess Artemis. It contains many wonderfully-aromatic, very medicinal, dazzlingly decorative, safe-psychedelic, and more or less edible plants. Found in gardens, Wayside and waste a lot all over the world there are probably Growing Artemisia year near you.Artemis IS Apollo's sister, and the queen of witches. She is the goddess of the moon, the botanist, the midwife, the woman giving birth, and the hunter. Artemis is a secluded wild woman running free with the deer and the dogs. She is the woman who runs with the wolves. She is "mother of all creatures." "Leader of the Holy Bitches". "Great She-Bear". It is supported by no one, and it is Malthus's "Forever Virgin." And the plant she named after their share qualities.If you see on Artemisia Growing beside the door - or painted - you have at home by a midwife or herbalist was coming year, guarded by a home Artemis.The silverlight Artemis' moon glow from the leaves of plants Her, Them what APPEARS to be matted easily, or subtle. Most are perennials are tolerant of drought, the Artemisia, so that poor soil and extreme heat and cold, perfect for even the most novice gardener theme of allies. Artemisia grow best from cuttings or transplants, not seeds, with the exception of A. annua, Sweet Annie, who just spent a year and hundreds of different dog seed.Artemisias grown produce aromatic oils, camphor and thujone included. Keep Them This bug-free and provides us with drugs. Aromatic oils extracted in May Artemisia fresh in vinegar, vodka, or fat such as olive oil and outdoors used to combat bacterial and fungal infections, and avoidable internal or cure gastro-intestinal parasites in WHERE / humans and animals. Small doses are to improve appetite and keep thesis digestion.Dried Artemisia oils and are often used to make durable, aromatic bouquets, wreaths, garlands and dream and pillows, bags, and incantations. If dirt floors were common, were popular as bedding herb Artemisia. And do not forget that all useful as Artemisia are stains. Sagebrush, A. tridentata is the most famous of all the stains, try Target for a change, word Crone (A. vulgaris), call the allies of Artemisia vulgaris dreamers.Many book "Wormwood", a name she despised. "I'll give you the dreams of the wise old woman," she said, "not the drunken fantasies of men with their noses in cups. Can not you see my silver hair on the underside of each leaf?" Tincture, vinegar (my favorite), or even a word woman and improvement of tea can tonify the urinary tract, gastrointestinal tract, endocrine, nervous and circulatory system. "I am an old woman wants everything," she said with a smile of confidence. "I console Those Who Grieve; ... I stir Those Who depressed, I simply remove irritability and burdened joints I Bring peace and sleep, rest and reassurance are" Crone word is so popular with midwives for easing the pain of labor, menstrual pain-suppressing and to effectively treat heavy menstrual bleeding and other symptoms. And do not forget their "supernatural" powers! The most common (that's what "Vulgaris" means), Artemisia is a powerful witch who wants to turn on a spiral-shaped spell for you - if your nicely.Wormwood (A. absinthium) is perhaps the best representative of this genus known to ask. It is the strongest and most dangerous of Artemisia. As the main ingredient in the mind-altering absinthe liquor, they stimulate the center of the brain activity and enhance creativity. (Repeated use of the central nervous system, however, interfere;. And over-use can decrease seizure threshold) as I herbalists use of fresh wormwood tincture, 3-5 drops frequently throughout the day taken to preventive giardia, dysentery, amoebas and other parasitic infections. This bitter tincture est aussi Useful to facilitate digestion disorders, Improve liver function, and stimulate the production of Annie bile.Sweet (A. annua), is in China as Qing Hao always known the Stars These Days. And dried in large daily doses, these Canon Artemisia preventable malaria. Pharmaceutical companies hope the drug and drug to isolate the cure malaria resistant to current also produce drugs.Invite Artemis in your garden - Meet Her gold in the wilderness, which she loves. Open your heart, your head and your belly to her. Invites her sexy beautiful green Into your magic circle. It is easy and fun.SOME Artemisia species and loved by GARDENERSA Herbalist. abrotanum (Southwood) - divinatory
A. absinthium (wormwood) - Medicines
A. afra (African wormwood) - Beauty
A. annua (sweet Annie, Qing Hao) - Medicines
A. camphorate (camphor-smelling sothernwood) - divinatory
A. chinensis (Moxa) - Medicines
A. drancuncula (tarragon, little dragon) - Koch's favorite places
A. frigida (fringed sagebrush) - smudge
A. lactiflora (ghost plant) - Beauty
A. ludoviciana (Silver Queen) - Beauty
A. pontica (Roman wormwood) - Beauty
A. schmidtiana (silver mound) - Beauty
A. stellerana (Old Woman, Dusty Miller) - Beauty
A. tridentata (sagebrush three teeth) - smudge
A. vulgaris (word Crone, mugwort) - Magic and Medicine Legal Disclaimer: This content is not intended to replace conventional medical treatment. Any suggestions made and all herbs listed are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or any preventable disease, condition or symptom. Personal directions and use should be by a clinical herbalist or other physician with a specific formula for you qualifies to be made available. All materials in this article is for general information only made available and should not be considered medical advice or consultation. Contact a reputable doctor if you are in Need of Medical Care. Exercise self-empowerment by seeking a second opinion ....
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