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WORMWOOD: Uses, Side Effects, Interactions and ... - WebMD

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Wormwood (Bible) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Wormwood (ἀψίνθιον apsinthion or ἄψινθος apsinthos in Greek), is a star or angel [1] that appears in the Book of Revelation

Wormwood Uses, Benefits & Dosage - Drugs.com Herbal Database

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Learn about the potential benefits of Wormwood including contraindications, adverse reactions, toxicology, pharmacology and historical usage.

Wormwood - Definition and Meaning, Bible Dictionary

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Wormwood Definition and meaning from Bible Dictionary. WORMWOOD wurm'-wood (la'anah (Deuteronomy 29:18; Proverbs 5:4; .

Wormwood | Define Wormwood at Dictionary.com

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Strong fennel and wormwood hit the back of my tongue along with a dryness from the barrel and hints of citrus from the chamomile.

A Modern Herbal | Wormwoods

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Wormwoods Botanical: N.O. Compositae. Wormwood, Common; Wormwood, Roman; Wormwood, Sea. The Wormwoods are members of the great family of Compositae and belong to the ...

Wormwood - Herbs2000.com

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Description of wormwood, its habitat, medicinal uses, and other useful tips.

Wormwood - Medicinal Herb Info

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Description of Plant(s) and Culture. Wormwood's woody rootstock produces many bushy stems, which grow from 2-4 feet high and bear alternate, bi- or tri ...

Wormwood - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Plants. Wormwood (plant), the common name for several plants, including: Various plants of the genus Artemisia, particularly: Artemisia absinthium (grande wormwood or ...

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Wormwood Description. Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) is a perennial that is native to Europe and parts of Africa and Asia but now grows wild in the United States.