Wormwood Liquid Herb | Herbs | Botanica

Wormwood Liquid Herb

Wormwood is a bitter herb known to relieve digestive disturbances and aid digestion. It increases bile secretion, pancreatic and small intestine enzyme production and hydrochloric acid secretion, and also has anti-parasitic functions.

  • Reduces digestive parasites
  • Stimulates digestion, absorption, and elimination

Sizes:50 mL

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  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free
  • Soy Free
  • Non-GMO
  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
  • Traditional Use
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  • Usage
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Wormwood was first used by the Romans medicinally to stimulate appetite and relieve indigestion. It’s been long known that the bitterness of this herb helps to increase the secretion of gastric juice and bile, which promotes digestion.

Our unique liquid herbs are crafted through an advanced spagyric process to create the most bioavailable herbs. First, herbs are soaked in organic alcohol. When time has allowed the plant to dissolve, the remaining matter is reduced without chemicals to a white ash rich in trace minerals and then rejoined with the original extract. It’s time-consuming but the end result is a herbal formula with all the valuable minerals present in the plant’s natural state.

Certified Organic Wormwood aerial parts (Artemisia absinthium) equiv. to 12.5 mg per drop. Per 15 drops (0.75 mL): Equiv. to 187.5 mg.

Non-medicinal ingredients: Certified organic alcohol, distilled water.

15–20 drops (0.75–1 mL) taken 3 times per day. Best taken with five deep, slow breaths.

What types of wormwood can be found in Botanica’s Wormwood Liquid Herb?
The wormwood that we use in our single herb tincture is called artemesia absinthium. It is a little more gentle than sweet annie wormwood (artemesia annua) and its’ main function is to stimulate digestion, absorption and elimination.

What is the source of alcohol used in Botanica tinctures?
Botanica uses certified organic USP pharmaceutical grade non-GMO corn-derived ethyl alcohol as an extraction method. The alcohol enhances absorption of the herbal constituents in the body and the tinctures have a dosage that can easily be varied if necessary.