Artemisia Annua

Artemisia Annua has been used in China to treat fever and malaria for more than 2,000 years.

Except for malaria, the herb is also used for bacterial infections such as dysentery and tuberculosis, diseases caused by parasites and mites, tumor diseases, fungal infections, viral infections and even common cold.

Other applications include treatment of an upset stomach, fever, jaundice, psoriasis, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and other autoimmune disorders, loss of appetite, blood vessel disorders, constipation, gallbladder disorders, stomach pain, painful menstruation and rheumatism.

Antiparasitic activity

Today the most studied derivative of sweet wormwood is Artemisin, which is highly clinically appreciated and is the only antimalarial drug for which clinical resistance has never been documented.

Artemisin and its derivatives are toxic to parasites at nanomolar concentrations, causing specific membrane structural changes in the erythrocyte stage that kill parasites.

Artemisiа annua – Sweet wormwood is used to eliminate roundworms. Different types of roundworms are the most common parasite infection in the world, spreading directly from person to person. Roundworms can cause cough, shortness of breath, abdominal pain, nausea and diarrhea, blood in stools and a number of other ailments.

Immunomodulatory activity

Artemisiа annua – Sweet wormwood shows the presence of polysaccharides that alter the function of macrophages and the number of neutrophils (type of white blood cells) thanks to sulfate polysaccharides such as xylose, glucose, arabinose, galactose and galactosamine.

Antimicrobial activity

Research has shown that the herb exhibits a broad spectrum of antimicrobial activity against several bacterial strains, including Escherichia coli and Salmonella.

Sweet wormwood has also been shown to kill fungi. The herb suppresses the growth of a very wide range of tested fungi and demonstrates antioxidant properties during testing.

Another study shows that sweet worms inhibit the growth of Candida albicans. This is the most common type of yeast infection found in the mouth, the intestinal tract and the vagina, and can affect the skin and other mucous membranes. Candida albicans can cause all kinds of common but highly undesirable symptoms of candidiasis.

Antitumor activity

Recently, studies published in the journal Life Science have shown that artemisinin derived from the Sweet Wormwood or Artemisia Annua herb can kill up to 98% cancer cells in less than 16 hours!

The anti-cancer activity of artemisinin and its derivatives is due to the formation of a free radical that causes molecular damage and cell death of tumor cells by not affecting healthy cells.

Tumor cells have hundreds of times more transferrin receptors. So they digested many times more iron,

which then causes the formation of free radicals of artemisinin. This leads to molecular damage and to cell death of Tumor cells.

More and more scientists are of the opinion that the tumor is a colonized microparasiitic colony and can quickly disappear without surgery and by deworming with the miraculous herb Artemisia Annua.

Microparasites are the main cause of male and female infertility and impotence (impaired urinary system with colony parasites), misinterpretation (the organism discards the fetus attacking the parasites, and along with them the very fruit), premature births, infant mortality, diseases, physical and mental deviations, alcoholism, drug addiction, etc.

Complex utility:

People who have escaped from the parasites lose their attractiveness to alcoholic beverages, smoking, coffee, and drugs: the pure organism, the pure cell of the person rejects them.

Doctors recommend that we clean our bodies with Sweet Wormwood at least once a year by taking the herb for 3 months. As a result of therapy, it boosts tone and energy, improves sleep quality, strengthens immunity, reduces illness, normalizes digestion, removes fatigue and poor mood.

Contraindications:

  • Apply with caution to patients with impaired immune function, as sweet wormwood may have immunosuppressive activity.
  • The herb is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women due to the lack of available scientific evidence of its safety for the fetus.
  • It is not recommended to take concomitantly with antibiotics.