There are two different explanations for where the name absinthe comes from. There are those who say that the name comes from Artemis, goddess of the hunt. Also, there are people out there assume that it originates from the Greek word "absinthium" it means dissatisfaction and could refer to the extremely bitter taste of the herb.
Absinthe played long ago a very important role. It was formerly in Egypt already given to people and animals suffered from worms. In Italy it was given to people who had won a wagenrenwedstrijd. The plant is found in very many different fields. It is found around the Mediterranean, in South and North America and in Africa.
- Absinthe oil has a positive effect on digestion. Absinthe oil works appetizing.
- The oil stimulates the circulation and strengthens the heart.
- Absinthe oil has a calming effect. It works very well especially if you suffer from altitude sickness.
- It can work to help you sleep if you do not get good sleep.
In addition to therapeutic effects is wormwood oil is also a good activity against insects. It ensures that these go away because they do not like the smell of the oil. Absinthe Oil by some pharmaceutical companies in extremely small quantities used in perfumes and cosmetics.
- Wormwood oil can be used as a massage oil. This then allows for better blood flow. Add 10-20 drops of essential oil to 100 ml of base oil. Massage your skin with this very gradually.
- Absinthe oil can help against skin fungus. Add this 10 drops of essential oil to 50 ml of base oil. Lubricate play the spots in those infected.
It also contains the wormwood oil ingredient thujone, in very large amounts of this operation has a hallucinations. Due to the presence of thujone absinthe was banned from 1909 to 2004 in the Netherlands because it was thought that it very quickly took care of madness, luckily it was all right and is using now just legal. Too much absinthe can also cause abortion and seizures.