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with Artemisia

"Among the rural population
in Antique Greece,
Artemis was the favorite goddess.

Her character and actions
varied greatly from place to place.

Mainly, she is the goddess of wild nature.

She dances,
usually accompanied by nymphs,
in mountains, forests and marshes."

The Artemisia, of scientific name Artemisia vulgaris, belongs to the asteraceae family. It is an aromatic plant, which was already used as a medicinal and as a condiment since ancient times. It owes its name to the Greek goddess Artemis, twin sister of Apollo and protector of female life, wild nature, pregnant and childbirth.

This plant, specifically its roots, are a general tonic and have the property of increasing physical and mental energy. The leaves and flowers are also used for numerous therapeutic purposes.
Protects the skin with its antioxidant and anti-free radical properties. It also acts as an antibacterial.

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