A shrubby species of wormwood (Artemisia Abrotanum) having aromatic foliage. It is sometimes used in making beer.
a shrubby fragrant plant with yellowish flowers and bitter-tasting leaves; it was used both as a culinary herb and in medicinal cures. "Boiled in barley meal it taketh away pimples," claims an early herbalist.
shrubby European wormwood naturalized in North America; sometimes used in brewing beer
An herb which has essential oils that pass to the roots and act as a conditioner. Great for dull, lifeless hair, also used to encourage hair growth. Also used to deter flies.
(Artemisia abrotanum). Tonic and aromatic.
Southernwood, Old Man, Boy's Love, Oldman Wormwood, Lover's Plant, Appleringie, Garderobe, Our Lord's Wood, Maids Ruin, Garden Sagebrush, European Sage, Lad's Love, Southern Wormwood, or Lemon Plant, is a flowering plant, Artemisia abrotanum. Found in Europe and Great Britain, Artemisia was named for the Goddess Artemis. Southernwood, known as the herb of love, is ruled by Mercury.