Annual mugwort tincture
The Irish-born parasitologist William C. Campbell and the Japanese biochemist Satoshi Omura share one half of the 2015 Nobel Prize, which is worth more than 850,000 euros. The committee recognized the researchers for their development of the active ingredient avermectin, which combats nematode infections.
Chinese pharmacologist Youyou Tu gets the other half for her discovery that an extract from mugwort, called artemisinin, inhibits the growth of Plasmodium, which causes malaria.
Scientific name of the herb: Artemisia annua
Also known by the name: Qing-Guo
Herbal extract in 50ml brown pharmacy bottle with high-quality glass pipette and teat.
The recommended daily dose is 2x 15 drops of annual mugwort extract.
30 drops contain 100 milligrams of annual mugwort extract.
Sufficient for 50 days as a treatment (with 2x 15 drops daily)
Organic ethanol *, annual mugwort herb from our own Carinthian garden culture. *contains 38%vol alcohol
Feedback and application experiences*
Immune-boosting and antiviral, for eliminating parasites e.g. Borelia, against rheumatism, anti-diabetic, anti-flatulence.
Ethanol (=alcohol) is a natural product that is formed from carbohydrates during yeast fermentation.
A tincture is a plant extract in which the ingredients are dissolved by extraction with ethanol. The ethanol dissolves all water-soluble ingredients from the plant. Ethanol extracts are a good way to make the ingredients of plants available and durable.
Our tinctures are declared as herbal remedies.
*The most valuable feedback and application experiences come from the herbal primer.