Wormwood is great for constipation and indigestion. It is a bitter herb which stimulates sweating in dry fevers and for stomach acidity. It also has a stimulating effect on uterine circulation, promotes menstruation and will help relieve discomfort caused by cramps. Mixing wormwood along with arnica, red clover, and lavender, is a great uterine wash or vagina steam for women. The tea will expel round worms and pinworms and is also an excellent remedy for gallbladder and liver troubles. Externally, the tea as a fomentation is used for insect bites, bruises, and sprains. Wormwood can also be used for stimulating hair growth in baldness. Wormwood is best used in small quantities and for short periods of time. Wormwood is also an amazing Anti-Cancer treatment and has been used to destroy breast cancer cells without harming the healthy cells within 16 hours! Other remedies wormwood is used for consist of tuberculosis, liver and spleen conditions, kidney and bladder problems, stomach ulcers, dysentery, and gastritis.
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