August 18, 2018


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Artemisia annua benefits include its use in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) where it is known as Qing Hao.

It is traditionally used to treat fevers; including those associated with Malaria, and it has antibacterial and antifungal properties.

The constituent element thujone in the supplement is being studied as an antioxidant.

Medicinal Uses of Artemisia Annua

Artemisia Annua is most commonly used today in modern medicine as a low-cost ingredient for the treatment of Malaria. It is also viewed as having fewer side effects than other malaria medications.

The WHO (World Health Organization) recently has approved riamet (Coartem) as a Malaria Treatment. This drug combines lumefantrine 120 mg and 20 mg artemether from the Artemisia Annua plant.

This combining of ingredients helps prevent a malaria drug resistance that often occurs when only one ingredient is used. It has a reported cure rate of 98 percent.

It is proven, that artemisinin has anti-cancer activity as well, because it contains an endoperoxide group. Artemisinin has a high anti-cancer activity due to its interaction with iron complexes in the blood. This shows that artemisinin derivatives induce apoptosis of cancer cells as well.

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