Mugwort is one of the nine sacred Native American herbs. It grows abundantly along roads and riverbanks in the Catskills. It has a unique, heady scent. It was once known at the "traveler's herb for protection". Roman soldiers placed it inside their sandals for endurance on long marches. It was burnt as a "smudge" to purify, and can also be used as seasoning for chicken dishes. It has been used as a digestive (bitter herb),
There are 10-15 one teaspoon servings.
DO NOT USE IF PREGNANT OR BREASTFEEDING.