What is the definition of wormwood?

Answer The English term 'wormwood' means any of several low composite herbs of the genera Artemisia or Seriphidium

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What is a wormwood plant?

Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) produces a fragrant scent and was used historically in the production of absinthe. Although this woody-stemmed perennial produces small yellow flowers in late summer... Read More »

What color is wormwood?

The plant itself is a soft grey-green.

What does wormwood do?

Wormwood is a strong bitter that affects the bittersensing taste buds on the tongue that send signals to the brain to stimulate the entire digestive system (salivation, stomach acid production, int... Read More »

What is black walnut wormwood used for?

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