Wormwood plant; It is a multi-year, multi-body, multi-headed plant with roots that rise vertically, and many stems in the form of bunches from the root are found together. The lower leaves of the wormwood grass are no more than 15 cm in size, deep parpa pieces consist of lobes, and the tip of the lobes is pointed. The upper leaves are smaller, less loped, the top ones are lopumsu-shaped, the upper part is dark green, the bottom is grayish-green with feathers.
Wormwood flowers; the flowers are laid on the shoots at the top of the plant, quite a lot of flowers come together and are like bunches. The head of the flowers is tilted downwards, and the yellowish or reddish brown is a short-stemmed perpendicular or slightly oblique with an average diameter of 4 mm.
What are the Health Benefits of Wormwood?
- It is used against colitis, diarrhea, constipation, cramps, digestive weakness, stomach and liver fat from gastrointestinal disorders.
- Hysteria, epilepsy, intestinal worms and worms can be used in cases of constant vomiting.
- It is used as a blood circulation booster and soothing against menstrual disorders in women.
- It can be used in cases such as loss of appetite, stomach ulcer, burning and soreness from diseases of the digestive system.
- Tired feet are preferred in cases of gynecology, sleep disturbances, anemia, loss of appetite, obstruction, bloating.
- In Homeopathy; it is used primarily against the palace, as well as against stuttering, sleep disturbances and fluttering.
Wormwood grass is a plant that people should use on their own. Some Diseases May Cause Harm. It is recommended to seek support from specialists.
What are the Harms of Wormwood?
It should not be used as it will cause increased effects in blood disease called rare porphyria, kidney disorders, epilepsy. It’s inconvenient for 18-year-olds to use. People with stomach and duodenal ulcers should not use it. It should not be used in pregnant women and lactating due to insufficient data.