Artemisinin, also known as sweet wormwood, sweet annie, sweet sagewort, annual mugwort, or annual wormwood, is a common type of wormwood native to temperate Asia. For centuries it has been present in Traditional Chinese Medicine as a fever remedy. However, today it is mostly known for its antimalarial properties. Artemisinin, a compound that is extracted from Artemisia annua, was first extracted in the 1970s by Chinese scientist Tu Youyou, for which she shared the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Moreover, artemisinin is currently undergoing early research and testing for the treatment of cancer.
Product Name: Artemisinin
Botanical Source: Artemisia annua L.
Active Ingredient: Artemisinin
Test Method: HPLC
Appearance: White Fine Powder
Particle Size: 95% pass 80 mesh
Shelf Life: 24 Months when properly stored.
1. Artemisinin used for centuries to kill parasites, particularly worms and flukes;
2. Artemisinin is generally well tolerated at the doses used to treat malaria;
3. Artemisinin used primarily for liver, gall bladder, and stomach ailments as well as to expel intestinal worms.
1.Artemisinin restrain plasmodium growth and directly kill plasmodium.
2.Artemisinin used for Anti-inflammatory and cancer.
3.Artemisinin can Relieve cough and asthma.
4.Artemisinin can reduce blood pressure, allay fever and restrain a dermatophyte