- Medicinal Plants
- ~100 'Sweet Annie' seeds, Woodworm, Artemisia annua, USDA Organic
~100 'Sweet Annie' seeds, Woodworm, Artemisia annua, USDA Organic
A fast growing, sweetly aromatic annual. Also known as sweet sagewort, sweet woodworm, and Chinese woodworm.
Tall plants have fern-like dark green foliage dotted with tiny cream-yellow colored flowers.
Use foliage for wreaths and as filler for mixed bouquets. Ht. 48-72 inches, full sun, well drained soil.
Sweet Annie is also used for bacterial infections such as malaria, dysentery and tuberculosis; illnesses caused by worms, other parasites, and mites; fungal infections and viral infections such as the common cold. Other uses include treatment of upset stomach, fever, yellowed skin (jaundice), psoriasis, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and other autoimmune disorders, loss of appetite, blood vessel disorders, constipation, gallbladder disorders, stomach pain, painful menstruation, and joint pain (rheumatism). Sweet Annie is sometimes applied directly to the skin for bacterial and fungal infections, arthritis and other joint pain, bruises, nerve pain, and sprains.
People with AIDS sometimes use Sweet Annie to prevent an often fatal type of lung infection.
Organically grown seeds.