Perhaps most well-known for its inclusion in the alcoholic beverage, absinthe; and as noted by the herbalist Culpeper, for its use as an antibiotic of sorts during the plague; likewise, as a treatment for intestinal worms and malaria.
Magickally however, the smoke of Wormwood has been thought of as a supportive medium between this world and the next. When inhaled, in small doses, some have noted its smoke to mildly reduce the pain of inflammation. Creative expression is increased; and it has also been known, when mixed, to potentiate the effects of cannabis.
MADE WITH: organically cultivated, on a small farm in Vermont, Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium)
-Listing is for 1 oz of Wormwood
-Packaged in a biodegradable kraft bag
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