Artemisia is well-known for:
- Fighting cancer
- Killing parasites
- Fighting Malaria
- Fighting viruses
The substance, artemisinin, is derived from the wormwood plant and has been used in China since ancient times to treat malaria. Recently there has been a lot of hype about the treatment of COVID 19 with Artemisia. Please feel free to Google this as we are not allowed to make any claims or suggest that our products cure any disease.
It has also been extensively used for the treatment of various cancers. Work by Henry Lai and Narendra Singh, both UW bioengineers, indicated that artemisinin alone could selectively kill cancer cells while leaving normal cells unharmed.
The trick to the compound’s effectiveness, according to Lai, appears to be in taking advantage of how cancer cells function.
Because they multiply so rapidly, most cancer cells need more iron than normal cells to replicate DNA. To facilitate that, cancer cells have inlets on their surface, known as transferrin receptors, in greater numbers than other cells. Those receptors allow quick transport into the cell of transferrin, an iron-carrying protein found in the blood.
Once inside the cell, the artemisinin reacts with the iron, spawning highly reactive chemicals called “free radicals.” The free radicals attack other molecules and the cell membrane, breaking it apart and killing the cell.
We, as Pure Herbal Remedies, have personally witnessed how skin cancer falls off like scabs within less than a month after starting to take this herb!
Precautions: Artemisinin is one of the safest natural herbs. Side effects mostly appear when there is hypersensitivity or a person consumes an excessive quantity. Prolonged usage of any herb or medicine is also a major reason for most of the side effects.
Prolonged usage of the herb may cause nausea, dizziness, and fatigue, and eventually neurotoxicity if these symptoms are ignored.
It is recommended to take the herb in small quantities and should not be taken for more than a few weeks.
Dosage: Take 1 Capsule 2 times per day