- Mugwort stimulates the gastric juice production and digestion.
- It is effective against diarrhea, vomiting and against foot odor.
- Good effect, when administered as a tea.
- With its heat-generating properties, it works well for abdominal and chronic cystitis and ovarian inflammation. Mugwort acts also stimulates digestion, ie, it promotes the formation of digestive juices.
- Unlike other digestive herbs it not only helps the stomach and intestines, but it also supports the pancreas in its work.
This medicinal plant is considered the "little sister" of the worm
herb wormwood and it is a lot like it in its effects. But the
focus of mugwort is mainly through its active ingredient
artemisinin. This is a secondary plant substance, chemically a
sesquiterpene that occurs in the leaves and flowers of the
annuals mugwort (Artemisia annua). Artemisinin is considered to
be anti-cancer agent and is always used in tumor therapy. Since
ancient times one knew the mugwort primarily as a de-worming
medication, because the mugwort contains worm retardant
essential oils (up to 0.3%) such as 1,8-cineole, camphor, linalool,
thujone and many Monoterpenenes and sesquiterpenes
(depending on origin). Furthermore, there are:
Sesquiterpenlactone (among others Vulgarin and psilostachyin),
flavonol glycosides and coumarins. Like the mugwort the
wormwood also acts as a stomach tonic because of its bitter
substances thus the milieu in the gut can be worm-unfriendly.
Wormwood contains not only substances like tannenes and bitter
substances (eg Sesquiterpenlactones) who play an important
role in the intestinal rehabilitation, so diarrheal diseases, which
are based on a disturbed intestinal flora, can be stopped, but it also develops an antibacterial healing effect in the intestine, so that the balance of digestive bacteria is brought back.It plays a major role especially when deworming but also its antifungal therapeutic effect because mugwort uses its essential oils such as camphor, cineol and thujone creates an intestinal environment in which fungi, but also parasites no longer feel comfortable and therefore no longer procreate, respectively voluntarily move out. In addition, the thujone can paralyze the adult worms, making them inactive and excreted. Another effect of the substances in mugwort is to promote the contraction of the muscles, causing the worm to be expulsion easier, but unfortunately by the contraction effect the uterus of carrying mare are affected and there may be preterm labor which could have an abortion as result..
Mugwort for horses
Therefore Wormwood is suitable as a feed supplement especially
for hard to feed, lean horses.
Ponies 15g per day
Small horses up to 450 kg body weight about 20 g
Big horses from 450 kg: 25 g per day.
Do not use more than 3 weeks as a single force
Do not feed to pregnant animals. Do not apply permanently.
Our customers give mugwort to the following animals:
Mugwort for horses for budgies / birds
Mugwort for guinea pigs
Natural and pure
Free of fillers
Free of dyes
Neumann spices can assume no liability for the correct application, dosing and feeding. Every pet owner is responsible for his animals, each animal keeper for their animals, individually responsible. In any case should the vet / vet or pet medicine of your confidence be asked for advice at a change in diet. For every animal behaves differently and may react differently to certain ingredients.
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