Artemisia vulgaris is a plant that is typically used to treat menstruation complications, insomnia, stomach pain, and other digestive dysfunctions.
Artemisia vulgaris is said to have the following beneficial properties:
Proceed with caution as there isn’t an established, effective, or proven safe dose for Artemisia vulgaris. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions and/or consult a physician for proper use.
Pregnant and breastfeeding women should avoid using this herb, as it stimulates menstruation and can cause miscarriages.
Individuals with pollen sensitivity should avoid this herb.
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