Garden & Nature

Kevin Johann


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Pages 224

Goddess in plant form

Mugwort, wormwood, southernwood and others in the focus of ethnobotany! With numerous recipes for Artemisia elixirs, soothing spas, magic incense bundles, fine spice blends … Species from the botanical genus Artemisia have fascinated and accompanied humans for millennia. Almost worldwide, they are known as appetite stimulants, digestive aids and as remedies for worms. At the same time, mugwort and its close relatives are associated with female primal principles, with magical protective aspects, as well as with the attainment of extended states of consciousness. Artemisia is a group of plants that are used in many different ways and for a variety of purposes: as a healing aid and food, as a spiritual and psychoactive magic plant or as a decorative garden ornament. 28 plant monographs: The most important information about botany, medicine, mythology, ritual, culinary and care in your garden of selected species of Artemisia; including Artemisia abrotanum, Artemisia absinthium, Artemisia annua, Artemisia dracunculus, Artemisia glacialis, Artemisia ludoviciana, Artemisia umbelliformis, Artemisia vulgaris and many more!

Kevin Johann

Kevin Johann is an educationalist (M.A.), ethnobotanist and plant educator. Since his youth, he has been interested in the fascinating world of plants and their traditional uses and applications. He is the author of the book "Shaman's Garden" (2016) and numerous journal articles on the topics of plant medicine and consciousness.
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