Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) is an herb celebrated for its diverse range of potential health benefits. Rich in essential oils, flavonoids, and other bioactive compounds, mugwort is often associated with digestive health, demonstrating mild gastroprotective properties that may alleviate indigestion and bloating. Additionally, its reputation as a natural nervine suggests a potential role in easing anxiety and promoting relaxation, making it a go-to herb for individuals seeking stress relief. Furthermore, mugwort is recognized for its impact on women's health, with traditional uses extending to menstrual irregularities and discomfort, where it is believed to provide relief from cramps and support overall reproductive well-being. Its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant components contribute to its potential in promoting general wellness.
Mugwort has been traditionally used to aid digestion and alleviate digestive issues, such as indigestion and bloating.
Some women use Mugwort to regulate menstrual cycles and alleviate symptoms associated with menstruation, such as cramps and irregular periods.
Mood and Stress Management:
Mugwort is believed by some to have mild calming and mood-regulating properties, which may contribute to stress management.
The herb is thought to have mild sedative effects, and some people use Mugwort to promote relaxation and support better sleep.
Mugwort contains compounds that have been studied for their potential anti-inflammatory properties, which could be beneficial for conditions involving inflammation.
Some studies suggest that Mugwort may possess antioxidant properties, helping to neutralize harmful free radicals in the body.
Mugwort is closely related to wormwood (Artemisia absinthium), and both herbs have been used traditionally for their potential antiparasitic properties, particularly against intestinal worms.
Mugwort has been used in traditional medicine to address respiratory issues, such as coughs and bronchitis. It is believed to have expectorant properties that help clear respiratory passages.
Some individuals use Mugwort topically for skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis, as it is believed to have anti-inflammatory and soothing effects on the skin.
In traditional medicine, Mugwort has been used to help reduce fever and support the body during illness.
Similar to Motherwort, Mugwort is sometimes used to alleviate symptoms associated with menopause, such as hot flashes and mood swings.
In some cultures, Mugwort has been associated with enhancing dreams and promoting vivid or lucid dreaming. It is sometimes used as an herbal supplement for dreamwork or as a component in herbal smoking blends for ritualistic purposes.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Does Shipping Take?
Processing Time: 2-5 business days after purchase
Shipping Time: Free 3-5 business days; Expedited 2-3 business days
What Is The Shelf Life Of Your Gummies?
The shelf life of our gummies is 30-45 days in a cool, dry environment. No refrigeration required
Where Do You Source Your Sea Moss?
Our Irish Sea Moss (Chondrus Crispus) is sourced from off the coast of Maine.
Our Gold Sea Moss (Genus Gracilaris) is sourced off the shores of Jamaica.
Do Your Gummies Contain Gelatin?
Our gummies do not contain any gelatin as well as it’s free from pesticides, chemicals, animals and unnatural ingredients.
Are Your Gummies Safe For Toddlers?
Yes, although we only recommend our fruit gummies and not our herbal gummies for children between the ages of 3-6 years old that are used to chewing gummies and hard candies.
Are Your Gummies Safe For Pregnant and Breastfeeding Woman?
Yes but only our fruit gummies are safe and beneficial for breastfeeding and pregnant woman.
How Many Gummies Come In Each Jar?
Square Gummies: 90 gummies come in each jar for a serving of 3 gummies per day.
Bear Gummies: 120 gummies come in each jar for a serving of 4 gummies per day.
We recommend 1-2 gummies per day for children under the age of 7.
Do These Gummies Also Contain Vitamins?
Yes they do! Our gummies contain small amounts vitamin A, B(1,2,3,6,7,9,12), C, D, E and K. Our sea moss contains a huge portion of these vitamins but they are also high in our other ingredients such as dulse, kombu and burdock root.