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What Is Artemisia Annua?
Artemisia is a genus of small herbs and shrubs found in northern temperate regions. It belongs to the important family Asteraceae, one of the most numerous plant groupings, which comprises about 1000 genera and over 20000 species. Artemisia has a broad spectrum of bioactivity, owing to the presence of several active ingredients or secondary metabolites, which work through various modes of action. It has widespread pharmacological activities and has been used as traditional medicine since ancient times as an anthelmintic, antispasmodic, antirheumatic, and antibacterial agent and for the treatment of malaria, hepatitis, cancer, inflammation, and menstrual-related disorders.
|Appearance||Powder||Identification:||Identical to R.S. sample|
|Assay:||Artemisinin 98%||Bulk density:||40~60g/100ml|
|Tap density:||60~90g/100ml||Total Ash:||Max.0.1%|
|Loss on drying:||Max.0.5%||Sieve analysis:||100% through 80 mesh|
|Total of Bacteria:||Max.1000 cfu/g||Fungi:||Max.100 cfu/g|
|Residual pesticides:||Compliance to Reg.(EC) 396/2005 and subs. Amendments and updates|
|Solvent residues:||Meet with Eur.Ph|
Can Reduce Inflammation and Arthritis Pain
Certain studies suggest that due to its anti-inflammatory effects, artemisia may be helpful for treating osteoarthritis symptoms, especially those affecting the knees and hips. It seems to safely help dull pain and stiffness and decrease physicals limitations for up to six months with ongoing treatment.
Researchers believe that dihydroartemisinin, a synthetic derivative of artemisia, can help arthritis patients due to its ability to reduce inflammatory markers and pathways, including COX-2 production, serine/threonine kinase (AKT) and mitogen activated protein kinase (MAPK) pathways.Artemisia has long been sought for its pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties.For example, this herb may help relieve osteoarthritis, a painful condition resulting from joint inflammation.In a 4-week study in 90 adults with knee osteoarthritis, applying a 3% wormwood skin ointment 3 times daily helped improve both pain levels and physical function.
May Have Cancer-Fighting Effects Due to High Antioxidant Content
A number of reports indicate that A. annua is one of the four medicinal plants with the highest ORAC (oxygen radical absorbance capacity) levels, meaning it is very high in disease-fighting antioxidants. The high antioxidant activity of A. annua extract is most likely due to its high phenolic content, considering it has over 50 different phenolic compounds belonging to five major groups, including flavones and flavonols.
Artemisinin and other antioxidants found in artemisia, especially flavonoids, have been shown to induce apoptosis and have anti-proliferative effects against certain types pf cancers, including thyroid, colorectal and lung cancer. It’s thought this plant can help fight cancer due to its ability to decrease oxidative stress and free radical damage.
What is artemisia annua used for? Aside from artemisinin, studies show that A. annua also contains many other antioxidants and phytochemicals, including:
Origin of raw materials for Organic Artemisia annua extract
Artemisia Annua Extract and some of the related compounds derived directly from the sweet wormwood herb, are sometimes referred to as Qinghaosu.These compounds, and their synthetic derivatives, have been described in The New York Times as “trikingly effective against malaria”. Artemisia Annua Extract has been used for centuries to kill parasites, particularly worms and flukes.
Risks and Side Effects
Pregnant women and patients with diabetes, ulcers or gastrointestinal disorders should not take artemisia unless working with a doctor.