Wormwood is found growing naturally in mild and temperate climate zones of Europe, North Africa, and Asia and is now cultivated in North America. Because of its attractive appearance and aroma, wormwood is often used in both residential and commercia... *
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Wormwood is found growing naturally in mild and temperate climate zones of Europe, North Africa, and Asia and is now cultivated in North America. Because of its attractive appearance and aroma, wormwood is often used in both residential and commercial landscaping. The wormwood has grayish-green leaves and can reach about 3 feet in height. The plant is covered with find hairs and produces yellow flowers that bloom in summer.
The oil of produced by the wormwood shrub contains two chemical compounds (toxins), thujone and isothujone. This plant also contains absithin and anabsinthin, which give the shrub a strong bitter taste. Both absithin and anabsinthin are believed to maintain healthy gastrointestinal and gallbladder function. Additionally, Wormwood may aid the body in preserving a healthy balance of friendly intestinal bacteria.
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