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sweet wormwood


Artemisinin, commonly known as sweet wormwood has many anti-parasitic and anti-inflammatory properties which help fight free radicals, defend against chronic diseases, and even feature anti-cancer properties.


Artemisinin is a compound derived from the Artemisia annua plant, commonly known as sweet wormwood. It has been primarily used as a potent antimalarial agent.

Besides its efficacy against malaria, artemisinin has demonstrated activity against many other parasitic infections. Artemisinin has also shown anti-inflammatory properties. It can inhibit the production of pro-inflammatory molecules and modulate(modify) the immune response.


Emerging research suggests that artemisinin may possess anticancer properties. It has demonstrated selective toxicity against cancer cells, inhibiting their growth and inducing apoptosis (cell death). Some studies have shown promising results in various cancer types, including breast, lung, colon, and leukemia.


Artemisinin exhibits antioxidant properties, which help neutralize harmful free radicals in the body. By reducing oxidative stress, it may contribute to overall health and well-being and potentially help protect against certain chronic diseases.


This drip is designed for any adult with a normal heart, liver, and kidney function, and who wants to keep common illnesses at bay and the individuals with above-mentioned conditions. 


All oncology patients undergoing chemo, or any other therapy must consult their treating physicians and get their permission. We do not treat any diseases. 



Pure Artemisinin with no additives.



For the best results, this drip can be repeated as often as once in 7-10 days for 2-3 weeks. Individuals who would like to continue receiving drips for a longer period are required to have blood work done to check their kidney, liver, gallbladder, and heart function. There are no specific limitations after the drip infusion.

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