Mugwort ~ Mugwort
Armoise is a herb of mysteries and legends,
Its multiple powers have been proven for millennia ...
Relaxation, calm & serenity, clarity & lucidity, euphoria & well-being, aphrodisiac & sensory, dreams & lucid dreams, travel & meditation, stress & tension cleansing, Sacred Feminine.
Conso Mode '
Base or Supplement
≈ 4g in infusion.
Can also be:
- Hanging on the doors
- Put in the pillow
- Put in a bowl for
"diffuse" its vapors.
Pregnant women should not
Never come into contact with Mugwort !!
New mugwort of superb quality,
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Armoise has a rich history, whether medicinal, shamanic or folkloric.
Its use extends over many continents (Americas, Asia, Europe) & dates back to the dawn of time ...
Armoise is an herb of high magic, renowned for its incredible powers on dreams (intense & meaningful dreams, lucid dreams) & its way of intensifying extra-sensory perceptions, making it an herb of prophecy and of shamanic journeys.
Whether in China, Japan, Native Americans, Celts or Nordic peoples, Mugwort is considered a powerful protective herb against malicious forces, evil spirits & harmful energy flows. It's so many different cultures that gave the Mugwort the respect she deserved by offering us her blessings.
Grass of the Sacred Feminine, relaxing herb for body & mind, grass of joy & understanding of its dark parts, herb of courage & truth, charming herb which has long nourished the filters of wizarding loves emeritus, so many powers & uses that it is not easy to keep short.
Hippocrates, Pliny and Dioscorides considered it to be the feminine plant par excellence. Emmenagogue, it acts on painful, irregular or difficult periods. Known to accompany childbirth (sheets in compresses), it also facilitates the passage of the woman towards menopause. Its bitter principles make it an ally plant for the digestive system. Aperitif, stimulating (atony of the stomach), slightly laxative, deworming (pinworms and roundworms) it helps to normalize biliary function. Sedative, mugwort also shares its strengths and benefits in cases of mild depression or nervous tension, as an infusion.
Dedicated to Artemis and Diana, it has been used against pain and for healing, to discover its psychic powers and generate lucid dreams. In ancient China and Japan, Mugwort was hung on doorways to exorcise spirits from sickness.
In Celtic and Norse mythology as well, this plant is considered a magical boon from the gods that could be hung at the entrance to rooms and burned in incense to prevent disease or worn on the body to protect against evil spirits.
Interesting fact, the legends of these two separate cultures (Asian & Occidentale) tell that the supernatural powers of Mugwort were revealed by sirens who came from the sea to present this herb for the good of humanity.
Even to this day, this sacred plant is used in modern Pagana, Celtic and Wicca ceremonies.
The Chumash Indians of California and surrounding areas called Mugwort "Molush", literally translated as "Dream Grass".
Armoise is nowadays one of the most recognized dream herbs.
She brings intense dreams that can sometimes be difficult
It is precisely this aspect of Mugwort that has often been sought after, as it can help get through recurring nightmares, fears, and gain confidence in dealing with the unknown.
As these dark dreams appear, Mugwort shows us how to face them & guides us to the return of peaceful dreams where the mind is in control.
In modern herbalism, Mugwort infusion is used to stimulate and relax periods, aid digestion and liver function, expel parasites, and relax the nervous system.
Pregnant Women should NEVER use or come in contact with the Mugwort.
The Armoise is also known under the name of "the Grass of protection of the travelers". Roman soldiers placed Mugwort in their sandals to support long marches. A Roman general wrote that his men walked 10 miles further, as well as faster, when they had Mugwort under their feet!
It seems that this practice is still perpetuated today ...
Armoise was once the basic ingredient in beer before the launch of hops. It was also called Sailor's Tobacco, as it was used as an alternative when sailors ran out of tobacco at sea.
The tea of Mugwort was usually consumed before divination rituals and it was also burned as a "carrying" incense or as a "mist" of purification by the Native Americans.
Also known as Visionary Herb, Mugwort is still used today to discover the powers of the spirit.
Mugwort can be drunk as an infusion (approx. 4g). It may be wise to give yourself a few consecutive days to discover it, by using it every evening (over 3 or 4 evenings for example).
Mugwort can also be smoked, incenseed, placed in a bowl near the bed or in a pillow ("dream-pillow").
Common name: Common mugwort, Armoise citronella, Crown of Saint John, Belt of Saint John, Herb a hundred tastes, Shed, Artémise, Herb of Saint John, Herbs of fire, Tobacco of Saint Peter.
Other names: mugwort, sagebrush (grass of the wise men), Motherwort (grass mother), common wormwood (wood with common worms), beifusss (at the foot), Fliegenkraut (grass with flies), Gänsekraut (goose grass), Sonnenwendekraut (Summer Soltice Grass), Sonnenwendegürtel (Summer Solstice Belt), Jugfernkraut (Virgin Grass), Weiberkraut (Women's Grass), Johannisgurtelkraut (St. John's Belt Grass), Besenkraut (Broom Grass ), Yomogi, Sook, Agenjo del Pais, Ambfe (Otomi), Artemisia, Epitées de Castilla, Green Wormwood, Hierba de San Juan, Xun, Zizim, Felon Herb, Sailor's Tobacco, Gypsy Tobacco, Moxa Herb, Old Man, Muggons, Ai-Hao, Una, Pati ...
This product is not intended for self-medication.