Botanical Name: Artemisia argyi
Plant Part Used: Leaf
Processing Method: Extraction
Also known as Wormwood, Riverside wormwood, Old Uncle Henry, Chrysanthemum weed, Felon herb, that belongs to the family of Asteraceae. Mugwort was utilized to repulse bugs, particularly moths from gardens. Mugwort contains many phytochemical constituents like 1,8-cineole, germacrene D, camphor, davanones, trans-thujone, cis-chrysanthenyl acetate, caryophyllene oxide, sabinene, beta-caryophyllene, beta cubebene, artemisia and isoborneol. Mugwort is good for intestinal and stomach health.
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The phytochemicals present in camphor, cineole, alpha and beta- thujone, Artemisia ketone, borneol and bornyl acetate.
|Mesh size||100% Passes through #80 mesh||USP<786>|
|Loss on drying||NMT 5.0% w/w||USP<731>|
|Total ash||NMT 5.0% w/w||USP<561>|
|Total Heavy Metals||NMT 10 ppm||USP<231>|
|Lead||NMT 0.5 ppm||USP<232>|
|Arsenic||NMT 1 ppm||USP<232>|
|Mercury||NMT 0.5 ppm||USP<232>|
|Cadmium||NMT 0.5 ppm||USP<232>|
|Total Plate Count||NMT 100,000 cfu/g||USP<61>|
|Yeast & Mold||NMT 1000 cfu/g||USP<61>|