Description of the medicine: Leaves of wormwood (Herba Artemisiae absinthii)
GRASS WESTERN Bitter.
WATERWOOD LEAVES (Herba Artemisiae absinthii. Folia Artemisiae absinthii).
Collected and dried grass (at the beginning of flowering) and leaves (before flowering or at the beginning of flowering) of a wild-growing perennial herbaceous plant of wormwood (Arthemisia absinthium L.), fam. asters (Asteraseae).
Contains glycosides: absintin and anabsintin, essential oils, vitamin C, tannins and other substances.
Applied in the form of tincture, infusion, tea, extract as bitterness to stimulate appetite and enhance the activity of the digestive organs. It is part of delicious tea and bitter tincture.
Thick wormwood extract (Extactum Absinthii spissum). Extract from wormwood grass. A dense mass of dark brown with a fragrant smell of wormwood, a bitter taste; forms a turbid solution with water
Wormwood tincture (Tinctura Absinthii). Tincture (1: 5) on 70% alcohol. A clear brownish-green liquid with a characteristic odor and a very bitter taste.
Release form: in bottles on 25 ml.
A combined tincture is also available, containing tinctures of wormwood and peppermint in 10 ml each.
Rp.: Not Absinthii 100.0
DS One teaspoon of chopped wormwood herb brew in 2 cups boiling water, insist 20 minutes, strain and drink 1/4 cup 3 times a day 30 minutes before meals
Rp .: T-rae Absinthii 25 ml