Annual mugwort – Organic

Anniversary Artemisia

4.19$
3.56$

A member of the Asteraceae family, this beautiful tall annual herbaceous plant came to us from Asia. There, it is used for traditional medicine, especially to fight fevers. It is generally recognized to have antibacterial effects. In 2015, she became famous because a renowned Chinese researcher, Tu Youyou, won the Nobel Prize for her studies on malaria. It uses an extract of this plant (artemisinin) to slow the progression of the disease or reduce its effects. Despite everything, it is necessary to consult a certified naturopath before using this product medicinally.

In the garden, its early season foliage, lighter than lace, is a curiosity. Over time, its foliage resembles that of conifers. It is particularly interesting for its dimensions, its rapid growth, its tolerance to drought and its light and elegant foliage perfect as a backdrop. It is also a good companion repelling harmful insects and its sweet scent, which reminds some of "bubble gum", is spread at the slightest contact. It germinates well in direct sowing in the garden and generally resows alone.

Its foliage repels moths, so you can weave dense wreaths of annual mugwort to protect your clothes without the smell of mothballs.

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A member of the Asteraceae family, this beautiful tall annual herbaceous plant came to us from Asia. There, it is used for traditional medicine, especially to fight fevers. It is generally recognized to have antibacterial effects. In 2015, she became famous because a renowned Chinese researcher, Tu Youyou, won the Nobel Prize for her studies on malaria. It uses an extract of this plant (artemisinin) to slow the progression of the disease or reduce its effects. Despite everything, it is necessary to consult a certified naturopath before using this product medicinally.

In the garden, its early season foliage, lighter than lace, is a curiosity. Over time, its foliage resembles that of conifers. It is particularly interesting for its dimensions, its rapid growth, its tolerance to drought and its light and elegant foliage perfect as a backdrop. It is also a good companion repelling harmful insects and its sweet scent, which reminds some of "bubble gum", is spread at the slightest contact. It germinates well in direct sowing in the garden and generally resows alone.

Its foliage repels moths, so you can weave dense wreaths of annual mugwort to protect your clothes without the smell of mothballs.

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