Supplied in quantities from a 10g discovery pouch up to a 950g bulk pouch.
Country of Origin: Hungary
Latin Name: Artemesia vulgaris
Plant Family: Asteracae
Other Names include: Common wormwood, old Uncle Henry, felon herb, chrysanthemum weed, wild wormwood
Description: Artemisia vulgaris is a tall herbaceous perennial plant growing 1–2 metres tall, with a woody root. The leaves are 5–20 cm long, dark green, pinnate and sessile, with dense white tomentose hairs on the underside. The erect stems are grooved and often have a red-purplish tinge. The rather small florets (5 mm long) are radially symmetrical with many yellow or dark red petals. The narrow and numerous capitula (flower heads), all fertile, spread out in racemose panicles. It flowers from mid-summer to early autumn.
Storage: Store in cool, dry and dark conditions away from direct sunlight. Recommended storage information is given on the product packaging.