ND Phyto-series, Wormwood, 90 chap
Product description The name wormwood is originally Swedish and means moth herb. The plant both smells and tastes strong and bitter. The Latin name for garden wormwood Artemisia absinthium comes from a Latin word for bitter, ...
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Item descriptionThe name wormwood is originally Swedish and means moth herb. The plant both smells and tastes strong and bitter. The Latin name for garden wormwood Artemisia absinthium comes from a Latin word for bitter, and the plant is also a very bitter herb, which i.a. used in absinthe and schnapps. Throughout the ages, wormwood has been used in wine and spirits. It is especially leaves and buds that are aromatic and used, and a single branch in wine or schnapps for a few days gives a fine, bitter taste. Powdered wormwood is available in capsules here. Natur-Drogeriet's herbal capsule series includes a large number of herbs, which are valued in the old herbal knowledge.
Daily dose1-2 capsules twice daily
Net weight90 chap
InstructionsIngested before meals. If desired, the herbal powder can be taken out of the capsules and used for herbal tea or stirred in another liquid.
Mandatory text for dietary supplementsMandatory text for supplements: The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. Dietary supplements should not take the place of varied diets. Keep out of the reach of children. Should only be used by pregnant women and children under the age of 1 by appointment with a doctor or health nurse. NOTE. The above text is a required text. The age indication may vary. See therefore possibly. the specific indication under "Daily dose".
Nutritional content :
Nutrients and other substances having a nutritional or physiological effect. Energy distribution in the item:
Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium L.) (mg)
900 – 1800
- Powdered wormwood (Artemisia absinthium L.)
- Vegetable capsule (hydroxypropyl methylcellulose)