Organic Artemisia Extract 10:1 – or Sweet Wormwood – has been used in traditional Chinese medicine to kill parasites, worms and flukes for centuries. In fact, the herb artemisia has been used medicinally to treat fevers for than 2,000 years and to treat malaria for more than 1,000 years in China. Qinghao (quinghao), which is the Chinese name for the plant, means ‘from a green herb’. The related Qinghaosu term refers to the extracts from the plant. The most important biochemical extracted from the plant is artemisinin, which was isolated from the plant just a few decades ago in 1972. It is quite amazing that after more than 2,000 years, sweet wormwood extracts are still tested today in in clinical studies.
- As an antiparasitic compound, it has a function as an anti-schistosomiasis and leptospirosis
- In artemisia extract contains an efficient chemicals against the certain virus diseases, such as influenza, vivax malaria, falciparum, and for treating certain antibiotics-resistant strains
- As an antimalarial substance, artemisinin kills the parasites within red blood cells and inhibits the parasites ability to reach maturity
- As an antioxidant, artemisinin is reduced by catalase, dithiothreitol and alpha tocopherol
Take 1000-1500 mg daily. The herbal compound is contraindicated for pregnant women or nursing mothers. Long-term administration, such as 2 or 3 months, should be monitored by healthcare practitioners. Product Shelf-life is 2 years. Store in cool and dry place, while avoiding light and heat.
Organic Artemisia extract 10:1 (Artemisia annua Linn.) (Sweet Wormwood) containing artemisinin. This means the extract is 10 times more efficient than the supplements containing only the dry herb.
The various effects are not guaranteed and results may vary due to several factors between different people.
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