Sweet Wormwood

Description

Sweet Annie, Sweet Wormwood, and Annual Wormwood are all common names for this summer annual herb native to Asia. Sweet Annie is now naturalized in many countries including the United States and is under cultivation for various commercial uses in many countries. She has a fern like leaf and is aromatically fragrant with sweet camphor notes especially strong on a warm summer day in the meadow. Cultivation and commercialization of…

 

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Products Containing Sweet Wormwood

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    buy now Sweet Wormwood, Certified Organic

    333 mg/ml herb equivalency

    Sweet Wormwood, also called Sweet Annie, is an herb often used in traditional Chinese medicine.* This herb supports a healthy intestinal environment by helping to optimize intestinal flora.*

    Herbs:  Sweet Wormwood

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    buy now Wormwood Black Walnut Supreme

    Supports a healthy intestinal environment*

    Wormwood Black Walnut Supreme supports healthy intestinal environment and promotes a balance of intestinal flora.* Among the herbs in this formulation are the fresh green hulls of Black Walnuts, as well as Sweet Wormwood.

    Herbs:  Black Walnut, Clove, Coptis, Gentian, Ginger Rhizome, Pomegranate, Sweet Wormwood

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*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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