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What Is Wormwood Tea?

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  • Native to temperate regions, wormwood is hailed for its possible neuroprotective, antimicrobial and antifungal properties
  • Research has revealed that wormwood tea may help address problems with appetite and digestion
  • For food stores, you can use wormwood as an alternative to fighting off weevil infestations
  • Refrain from excessively consuming wormwood tea and other related products, as they may raise your risk for adverse effects

Wormwood’s rather uncommon name might make you wonder what this plant (also known as Artemisia absinthium L.) can offer, but research has revealed it has multiple health-boosting abilities. Wormwood oils and extracts, which are typically taken from its leaves, stems and flowers, are believed to possess neuroprotective, antifungal and antimicrobial properties.


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