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The plant’s technical title as well as sounding like something from Harry Potter, is Artemisia vulgaris, comes from “Artemis,” the name of a Greek moon goddess and considered to be a patron of women (hence being known as the Mother of all herbs).

Historically, it was used as a herbal inhibitor for women’s menstrual cycles and helped provide menopause relief.

 

It's potential benefits are thought to be:

  • Relieving stress
  • Boosting energy
  • Improving sleep
  • Relieving an itch
  • Promoting blood circulation
  • Relieving headaches
  • Supporting liver health
  • Easing digestion problems
  • Repelling insects
  • Relieving muscle aches
  • Normalizing menstrual cycles
  • Increasing urine output

 

Vivid Dreams

For centuries, mugwort was praised for its “psychic” and even “hallucinogenic” properties and has long been used to stimulate vivid dreams. It is purportedly able to help you remember dreams as well, and experience those rare lucid dreams that are so few and far between.

 

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