Wormwood Toxicity Info

Artemisia absinthum
Other Common Names: Absinth Sagewort, Absinth Wormwood, Absinthe, Ajenjo, Ajenjo Oficial, Common Wormwood, Feuilles Ameres, Niga-Yomogi, Old Woman, Oldman, Pelin, Wormswood, Artemisia absinthum

Range: Britain, Europe, North Africa, and western Asia. Now also in N. Amercia.

Habitat: Waste land, rocks and screes. Plants are longer lived, more hardy and more aromatic when they are grown in a poor dry soil.

Herbal Flushes and Formulas

The formulas, teas and recommendations listed on this page are available from a wide variety of sources and are listed here as a convenience. The Kidney Cleansing Tea and the Liver/Gallbladder Flush are the most important for the average person, who should do them at least once, if not twice, a year. They are very beneficial in promoting general health and well-being and are highly recommended. As with most health related items, please consult your physician before beginning or ending any program or course of treatments, whether recommended on this web site or anywhere else. (We have to say that to stay legal. Do yourself a favor and, if you do nothing else for your health, do the Liver/Gallbladder Flush and Kidney Cleanse.)

The Liver/Gallbladder Flush

by Dr. Hulda Clark

This regimen causes the gallbladder to squeeze out most of its stones and sludge into the intestines. These are what obstructs the normal bile flow from the liver, through the gallbladder, and into the intestines to mix with and digest food. Normal bile flow is essential for digestion and liver purity. Needed: 4 tablespoon Epsom Salt, 1/2 cup virgin olive oil, 1 large pink grapefruit, unsweetened apple juice, Psyllium husk powder, 1 straw. Choose a day for the cleanse that will allow you to rest the next day. The day before the cleanse drink plenty of water and limit your intake of animal protein and food made mostly of flour.