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Noun, 1. Artemisia absinthium - aromatic herb of temperate Eurasia and North Africa having a bitter taste used in making the liqueur absinthe.

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ABSINTH WORMWOOD (Artemisia absinthium) Description: Absinth
(Artemisia absinthium).
Community herbal monograph on Artemisia absinthium L., herba
KEYWORDS. Herbal medicinal products; HMPC; Community herbal monographs ; traditional use; Artemisia absinthium L.
List of references supporting the assessment report on Absinthii
conditions on the volatile oil of wormwood (Artemisia absinthium L.). essential oil of Artemisia absinthium L.
Antidepressant and antioxidant activities of Artemisia absinthium L
Dec 15, 2009 Artemisia absinthium (Asteraceae) is widely used in Iranian traditional medicine. Its effects may Methanolic extract of A.
Cytogenetic characterisation of Artemisia absinthium (Asteraceae
Dec 30, 2010 thium var. absinthium and A. absinthium var.

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Maine Gardener: Got no thyme?
Artemisia absinthium. Perennial with silver foliage. Remedy for worms and moth repellent.
Sizing Up the Sazerac Story
They named it "herbsaint," a name taken from the French term, herbe sainte, meaning “sacred herb,” referring to Artemisia absinthium, the herb from which absinthe is made.
Un absinthologue fait le spectacle à Bruniquel
Rätsel noch nicht ganz gelöst
Wermut (Artemisia absinthium) sieht dem Beifuß ziemlich ähnlich und wird bis zu 1,20 Meter hoch. Er wird verwendet bei Magenbeschwerden, Appetitlosigkeit, bei Prellungen und Hautausschlägen. Beifuß oder Wermut?

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Artemisia absinthium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
WORMWOOD (Artemisia absinthium) - ORAL side effects, medical
Erowid Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) Vault
PLANTS Profile for Artemisia absinthium (absinthium) | USDA PLANTS
A PLANTS profile of Artemisia absinthium (absinthium) from the USDA PLANTS database.
absinthium - Wiktionary
From Latin absinthium < Ancient Greek ἀψίνθιον, ἀσπίνθιον (apsinthion). The Ancient Greek word is of uncertain origin, albeit recognized as foreign (E.R.

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