DefinitionThis section has been translated automatically.
Extract from the dried parts of the shoots or leaves of the plant collected at the time of flowering.
IngredientsThis section has been translated automatically.
At least 0.2% - 1.0% essential oil with alpha- and beta-thujone (has a neurotoxic effect in higher dosages), the sesquiterpene (guainolide derivatives) - bitter substances absinthin, anabsinthin, artabsinthin and others, as well as tannins and flavones. The drug must have a bitter substance value of at least 15,000.
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EffectsThis section has been translated automatically.
Stimulating and toning, toning the stomach and bile ducts; choleretic, also antiphlogistic, antioxidant and antibacterial. Experimentally effective against Leishmania major.
Field of application/useThis section has been translated automatically.
Loss of appetite, dyspeptic symptoms, dyskinesia of the bile ducts.
Limited indicationThis section has been translated automatically.
Hypersensitivity to one of the active ingredients. The permissible amount of Thuijon is 6mg/day.
DosageThis section has been translated automatically.
2-3g drug/day as aqueous extract.
Recipe(s)This section has been translated automatically.
The fixed combination of angelica root + gentian root + wormwood consists of:
stimulates the appetite, promotes the secretion of gastric juice and is used in cases of loss of appetite and dyspeptic complaints such as bloating and flatulence.
Note(s)This section has been translated automatically.
Wormwood was already used in antiquity against various diseases and health problems.
LiteratureThis section has been translated automatically.
- Azizi K et al(2016) In vitro efficacy of ethanolic extract of Artemisia absinthium (Asteraceae) against Leishmania major L. using cell sensitivity and flow cytometry assays. J Parasite Dis 40:735-740.
- Ng SC et al,(2013) Systematic review: the efficacy of herbal therapy in inflammatory bowel disease. Aliment Pharmacol Ther 38:854-863.
- Triantafyllidi A et al(2015) Herbal and plant therapy in patients with inflammatory bowel disease. Ann Gastroenterol 28:210-220.
- Turak A et al.(2014) Dimeric guaianolides from Artemisia absinthium. Phytochemistry 105:109-114.