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1.1 pound pouch (500 grams) of powdered Sweet Annie Herb. It is also known as Wormwood. Qing Hao Fen is the Pin Yin name. Artemisia Annua is the botanical name. ***There are a few different species of Artemisia available so be sure to check the botanical name to get the correct one.*** This powder is very fine, comparable to baking flour.
1 pound bag, 454 grams, of Organic Wormwood Herb Powder. This powder is finely ground, but tiny root fibers are visible. It is also known as Sweet Annie. The botanical name is Artemisiae Annuae; Herba. ***There are a few different species of Artemisia available so be sure to check the botanical name to get the correct one.*** The Pin Yin name is You Ji Qing Hao Fen. Sweet Annie has been used for centuries in Traditional Chinese Medicine as an herb that Clears Heat from Deficiency. It helps reduce different kinds of heat on many levels. This herb enters the Kidney, Liver, and Gallbladder channels. Artemisia herb is discussed in the book Healing Lyme, by Stephen Buhner. This is an authentic nuherbs® Brand registered trademark product. It will come in a factory sealed package with genuine Nuherbs labeling, as shown in the photo.
Frontier Bulk Wormwood Herb, Cut & Sifted, ORGANIC, 1 lb. package
Beet Root Powder was discovered in ancient times and has been used for a variety of healthy benefits for years. Beets, like some other vegetables, have a high amount of sugars, which makes them ideal for making into delicious juices. Beets actually have the highest sugar content of all vegetables. Beet root powder is commonly used to flavor other vegetable juices as well as add color to them.
Beet Root Powders Nutrients:
– Betaine, Alanine and Arginine
– Calcium, magnesium and phosphorus
– Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid)
– Potassium and selenium
– Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
– Tryptophan, tyrosine and zirconium
– Vitamin C and zinc
Beet Root Benefits:
– Prevent the buildup of fatty acids in the liver
– Lower levels of LDL cholesterol
– Prevent the plaque-creating oxidation of LDL cholesterol
– Cleanse your colon
– Battle depression
– Give you more energy throughout the day
How To Take Beet Root Juice
It is recommended to drink approximately 1 teaspoon of beet root powder in a glass of water or juice, 2 to 4 times daily. 1 teaspoon of beet root powder is equivalent to approximately 1 beet.
This is an authentic nuherbs® Brand registered trademark product. It will come in a factory sealed package with genuine Nuherbs labeling, as shown in the photo. The batch numbers and lot numbers will vary from bag to bag on all Nuherbs Brand bulk herbs. Those numbers correlate with the Certificate of Analysis of each batch. The Certificate of Analysis is the detailed test result and proof of the testing for impurities and contaminants that is performed on each batch that is harvested and processed.
Wormwood contains constituents that may be toxic if ingested in large amounts and for extended periods of time. Not to be used while pregnant.
Wormwood is burned in incenses designed to aid in developing psychic powers, and is also worn for this purpose. It is said that carried, it also protects against bewitchment. Also according to legend, it counteracts the effects of poisoning by hemlock and toadstools, but this is not scientific.
Hung in a car it protects the vehicle from accidents or in treacherous roads.
It can also be used in love Infusions, and be placed in a bed to draw to your loved one to you. It can also be burned to summon spirits – it is said that spirits of the dead will rise and speak when wormwood is burned.
Keywords: Psychic powers, Protection, Love, Calling Spirits.
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