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Mugwort, Artemisia vulgaris, Dreaming,

Mugwort, Artemisia vulgaris, Dreaming,
For educational information only. No parts of this document are to be taken as diagnosis or prescription for any illness. See your healthcare practitioner for any personal health concerns. Sponsored by Alternative Nature’s Online Herbal Mugwort photo copyright K.Shelton Mugwort By Tephyr Copyright:2003,20012 S. All art, images, writings, and all other content of this site belong solely to S. Feel free to link here to share the content. tephyrsgarden@hotmail.com Botanical name: Artemisia vulgaris Common names: Mugwort, Moxa, Traveler’s Herb, Artemis Herb, Felon Herb, Muggons, Old Man, Sailor’s Tobacco. Habitat and growing conditions: Grows almost everywhere around the world. Conversely she will bring those lost in the Spirit world back into the Physical. Can be intrusive in a garden. Harvesting: For medicinal, metaphysical and culinary purposes cut stems with leaves early in the day; after the sun has burned the dew off but before the heat of the day. Drying: Parts used: Medicinal: leaves. Dosage:

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