A valuable herb that can be used to help relieve symptoms of chronic skin such as psoriasis. It can promote the flow of bile and can be used to help relieve jaundice when caused by congestion. It can ... *
A valuable herb that can be used to help relieve symptoms of chronic skin such as psoriasis. It can promote the flow of bile and can be used to help relieve jaundice when caused by congestion. It can also be used as a potential blood cleanser, and to help relieve constipation.
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Anonymous - May 28, 2006, 05:39
wht is thujon
ZooScape Moderator - June 1, 2006, 13:43
Thujone is a chemical compound. It is a colorless liquid with a distinctive menthol odor that is sometimes referred to as isothujone and/or thujanone. It is used as a flavoring agent in certain foods and is a compound in a number of other food additives. Thujone is found in a number of plants, such as arborvitae (genus Thuja, hence the derivation of the name), Nootka Cypress, some junipers, mugwort, sage, tansy and wormwood, most notably the Artemisia absinthium species.
In the United States, foods or beverages that contain Artemisia species, white cedar, oak moss, tansy or yarrow must be thujone free. Other herbs that contain thujone have no restrictions, for example, sage and sage oil.
Take 20-25 drops of extract in a small amount of warm water 3-4 times daily as needed.
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