Artemisia annua – a Medicine of our Times

Artemisia annua – a Medicine of our Times

20 minutes  

This aromatic annual, commonly called sweet Annie, is related to wormwood, mugwort, tarrago, white sage, and southernwood, all of them deeply aromatic plants. This lecture explores how the special and unique sesquiterpenes of A. Annua are used in blood-borne parasitic conditions like malaria and Lyme disease, as well as how to use it as a cytotoxic herb in treating cancer.

  • Date : November 6, 2021
  • Time : 09:30 pm - 09:50 pm (America/Vancouver)

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