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This extract has a confirmed 1.1% Thujone. This is thought to be the main active ingredients in Artemisia vulgaris.
Thujone is a terpene compound present in an infamous and well-used plant, Artemisia vulgaris and Artemisia absinthium, or Wormwood, a source of medicine, drunkenness, and psychedelic experiences for centuries.
Thujone is a ketone and a monoterpene that occurs predominantly in two diastereomeric (epimeric) forms: (-)-a-thujone and (+)-ß-thujone. Thujone is most famous for being a compound in the spirit absinthe. Thujone may convey stimulating, mood-elevating effects at low doses.
These herbal extracts are ideal for adding to herbal teas, or other beverages, and can also be added to foods. Some caution should be used when taking this Artemisia vulgaris extract, a typical dose would be 100-250 mg twice a day, and the maximum recommended would be 500 mg per day.
Mugwort has long been used by many cultures for prophetic dreaming and astral traveling (its Paiute name translates literally to “Dream Plant”). Smoking the herb directly into the lungs, or burning it as incense in the afternoon, assists with lucid dreaming. Drinking the calming, liver cleansing tea before sleep may also keep you longer in a conscious dream state (REM sleep). This herb often helps one heal while dreaming. Some users report having darker dreams that reveal hidden insights and core wounds, helping them to find closure.
Apart from the intensification of prophetic visual imagery during sleep, this herb magnifies the brilliance of your dreams and overall duration of your sleep. It is also popular among herbalists to aid in relieving menstrual pains, joint pains and headaches.
Due to its calming nature, mugwort is often associated with sleep; however, its effects on dreams are what mugwort is most known for. Artemisia, the Latin botanical name of mugwort, comes from the name of the Greek moon goddess, Artemis. The moon, as a guiding light of the night, hints at mugwort’s abilities to enhance dreams. In folklore, it is said that mugwort helps the dreamer remember their dreams easier. It is also said to help increase awareness during dreams, stimulate lucid dreaming, and increase psychic sensitivity. Mugwort is believed to initiate clarity of the dream experience and bring awareness to the dream’s purpose in waking life. It is known as a visionary herb that opens one to dreams of the future.
Mugwort has been classified as an herbal oneirogen, which is a plant that produces or enhances dream-like states of consciousness.
Mugwort is said to protect travelers from fatigue, sunstroke, wild animals, and evil spirits. A crown of it is worn at Midsummer. A tea or a pillow of it brings vivid prophetic dreams and helps one to contact the astral realm. Use the tea and incense to help in scrying. Use it to wash magic mirrors and crystal balls.
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