Mugwort


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Mugwort


Latin Name: artemisia vulgaris
Alternative Name: sailor’s tobacco, witch herb, old man, artemis herb, hartemisia, felon herb, muggons, naughty man, old uncle henry, st. john’s plant, cingulum sancti johannis.
Forms Available: leaf, stem

Mugwort – artemisia vulgaris – Also known as Sailor’s Tobacco, Witch Herb, and Old Man. A Druid sacred herb, this aromatic perennial Its wood is a good choice for wands and ritual inplements. The plant has medium green leaves with silver, downy undersides and red-brown florets.
The classic herb for premenstrual symptoms, used in tea and the bath. Use a standard infusion of two teaspoons per cup of water steeped for twenty minutes, take one-fourth cup four times a day. It makes a good foot bath for tired feet and legs. Cleansing to the liver, it promotes digestion. Mugwort in an emmenagogue, especially when combined with pennyroyal, blue cohosh, or angelica root. It is helpful in epilepsy, palsy, and hysteria and is useful for fevers. When laid among clothing, mugwort repels moths.

Aromatherapy & Health Uses: classic herb for premenstrual symptoms, used in tea and the bath. Use a standard infusion of two teaspoons per cup of water steeped for twenty minutes, take one-fourth cup four times a day.

Other Uses: Mugwort is burned with sandalwood or wormwood during scrying rituals, and a mugwort infusion is drunk, sweetened with honey, before divination. Placed next to the bed it aids in achieving astral projection. It is said to protect travelers from fatigue.


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