PMS home treatment and others health benefits of Artemisia
Artemisia Tea - Artemisia vulgaris L.
Used part: Leaf, Stem
Artemisia, scientific name artemisia vulgaris, is a medicinal plant also known as fire-grass, field chamomile, St. John's wort and queen of herbs. Aster, artemisia grows in several regions of the world and its therapeutic action has been known since the Middle Ages and has become popular as a home remedy in the prevention of migraines and chronic headaches. Generally consumed as tea, this plant is also widely used by women in the treatment of urogenital system problems.
Generally consumed in tea form, the plant that belongs to the same family of chamomile and sunflower, is a great request for the control of abdominal and uterine cramps. There are studies that attest to its anti-inflammatory potential in curing arthritis.
Good Herbal Remedy:
- Helps to treat anemia
- Stomach pain
- Lack of appetite
- Bad breath
- Regulate menstrual cycle
- Relieve colic
- Add a tablespoon of Artemisia to one liter of boiling water to, leave on the fire until boiling
- After boiling, remove the pan from the heat and let it (capped) rest for 10 minutes
- Strain and drink
How to drink:
Take a cup three times a day.
The use of artemisia tea should be controlled and followed as indicated in the recipe, otherwise the side effects may be inverse to its medicinal use, including convulsions, allergic reactions and vasodilations. It is forbidden to use this tea in pregnant, breastfeeding or menstruating women, since the consumption of this drink causes a wipe in the uterus, not being healthy during these periods. Another observation is not consuming the raw plant as it raises the risk of intoxication.