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Artemesia or worm wood has recently been used as a basis of new anti-malaria drugs[http://www.arenco.be/docu3.htm] and thus opens potentials as an anti-infection supplement for CFIDS. This is a family of 180+ plants in the daisy family . It is used in the making of  Vermouth.

The species being used is:

  • Artemisia annua [source] "Annie", "Qing Hao", "Sweet Annie"

Other species may not be as effective or may have risks.  For example Artemesia vulgaris(mugwort) can be toxic [source].

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