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Wormwood Essential Oil

Origin:
America

Botanical Name:
Artemisia Absinthium

Plant Part: Leaves and flowering tops.

Extraction Method:
Steam distilled

Color:
Pale to dark yellow.

Consistency:
Medium

Note:
Base

Strength of Aroma:
Medium

Blends well with:
Wormwood Oil blends well with sweeter essential oils such as Anise Star, Angelica, Jasmine, Lavender, Oakmoss, Orange, Sweet.

Aromatic Scent: Bitter, earthy, warming and stimulating.

Practical uses: In small doses, Wormwood essential oil may be used to treat joint pain, cuts and abrasions. It has been said that Wormwood essential oil may be taken as a tea to improve weak digestion by stimulating bile excretion and peristalsis (intestinal contractions), and to ease digestive complaints. Because it can stimulate hunger, wormwood essential oil has also been used in folk medicine to treat anorexia. Perfect for use with Oil Burners.

Description: Wormwood (Artemisia Absinthium (absinthe wormwood, wormwood, common wormwood, green ginger or grand wormwood)) is a species of Artemisia, native to temperate regions of Eurasia and northern Africa. It's an herbaceous, perennial plant with fibrous roots. The stems are straight, growing from 0.8–1.2 metres (2 ft 7 in–3 ft 10 in)  or even over 1.5 m in rare instances. The stems are tall, grooved, branched, and silvery-green. The leaves have a spiral arrangement to them with greenish-grey above and white below, covered with silky silvery-white trichomes, and bearing minute oil-producing glands; the basal leaves are up to 25 cm long, bipinnate to tripinnate with long petioles, with the cauline leaves. Its flowers are pale yellow, tubular, and clustered in spherical bent-down heads (capitula), which are in turn clustered in leafy and branched panicles. Flowering is from early summer to early autumn; pollination is anemophilous. The fruit is a small achene; seed dispersal is by gravity. It grows naturally on uncultivated, arid ground, on rocky slopes, and at the edge of footpaths and fields.



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