Renowned Herbal Bitter
Oregon's Wild Harvest Wormwood Key Benefits:
- Renowned herbal bitter.
Background & Use
According to the herbalist and writer Mrs. Grieve, wormwood is the most bitter herb — with the exception of rue. The aperitif vermouth was originally flavored with wormwood, or German wermut, and is taken to help stimulate digestion prior to eating. Wormwood provides many compounds that support a healthy digestive system, and the essential oil absinthe. It contains acids and resins that support a healthy microbial environment — providing a natural resistance to invading bugs.
About Oregon's Wild Harvest
Oregon's Wild Harvest is an independently owned and operated herb farm in Redmond, Oregon. Their philosophy has always been driven by the desire to naturally heal the body and the earth. The founders, Pamela Martin-Buresh and Randy Buresh, have built the company on a strong foundation of validated scientific methodology and environmental stewardship.
Certified Organic since its inception in 1994, Oregon's Wild Harvest is proud to offer more than 200 pure, safe and effective medicinal herbal supplements and products. Many of these are manufactured into liquid extracts within minutes of harvest, mere steps from where they were grown. Because they responsibly process and package many of the herbs right on their farm, they can guarantee that their products are the safest and most potent you can buy.
Oregon's Wild Harvest's mission is to offer the freshest, purest, safest, and most effective herbal supplements available. They adhere to a responsible practice of environmental stewardship, validated scientific research, and the strictest production standards to preserve the integrity and natural therapeutic properties of their quality organic herbs.
- Use all Wormwood supplements with caution.
- Do not use if pregnant or nursing.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Discontinue use if unusual symptoms occur.
- Do not exceed recommended dose unless under the guidance of a health care professional.
- Persons sensitive to sesquiterpene lactone-containing plants in the Daisy family should use all Wormwood with caution.