Artemisia is a Europe, an species, a deciduous Shrub. The plant resembles Artemisia absinthium, the absinthe wormwood, is the botanical symbol of Saint Ninian, a source of the sesquiterpenoid santonin, possesses the same properties as the other Wormwoods and has a sweet, aromatic smell. The leaves are twice pinnatifid with narrow, linear segments. Complaints have been cured by the constant use of this tincture.
Europe, Species, Deciduous Shrub