Simple Herbal Extracts | Sweet Annie


Sweet Annie

Botanical Name

Artemesia annua

Part Used

aerial parts


Not for use in pregnancy *

Traditional Information*

Traditionally used in Chinese medicine for fevers (especially malaria), parasites (leptospirosis) and fungal infections (dermatomycoses). The specific indication is heat in the blood characterized by nosebleeds and rashes with bleeding under the skin.

Herbal Therapeutics Research Library, David Winston (RH) AHG

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