Artemisia vulgaris - Perennial - Medicinal Mugwort
Also known as: Felon's Herb, St. Johns Plant, Cingulum Sancti Johannis
Leaves are smooth and pinnately lobed, lance-shaped rising on tall stems. The yellow or pink flowers are small. The name 'mugwort' is said to have come from its use as a flavoring for beer, and at one time it was used extensively to repel moths. During the Middle Ages, mugwort was thought to preserve traveling pilgrims from fatigue, wild beasts and sunstroke. Dried leaves can be used to brew a substitute for tea. The Japanese use the cottony coating of the leaves to prevent rheumatism. Full sun; plant height: 2-4 ft. 80 days
||Packet of approximately 100 planting seeds $3.00|
|| Mugwort Live plant $10.00
Not available to AK,HI,CA,NV,UT,AZ,WA or outside U.S.
||Mugwort dried leaves c/s 8oz $5.25|
||Mugwort dried leaves c/s 1lb $8.40|
||Mugwort dried leaves ground 1lb $5.70|
||Mugwort dried leaves ground 1lb $9.12|
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