[Ingredients] Mugwort leaves contain volatile oil, the main ingredient in the oil is wormwood. In addition, it also contains thujone, stigmasterol, β-sitosterol, α-aromatic alcohol and its acetate, α- and β-pinene, fernol and minerals, fat, protein, vitamin A, vitamins B1, vitamin B2, vitamin C, etc.
[Pharmacology] (1) Disinfection: Smoked with wild wormwood, moxa or moxa, can be used for indoor disinfection; smoked with wild wormwood, has antibacterial effect on a variety of pathogenic fungi; moxa smoke can also reduce Bacteria on burn wounds and enhance the phagocytic response of reticuloendothelial cells. (2) Antibacterial effect: In the test tube, it has different degrees of inhibitory effect on Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus hemolyticus, Pneumococcus, Diphtheria, Shigella sonnei, Typhoid and Paratyphoid bacillus, Vibrio cholerae, etc. . In addition, it also has an inhibitory effect on a variety of pathogenic fungi. (3) Effect on the uterus: decoction can excite the isolated rabbit uterus and produce tonic contraction. The crude extract also had a significant excitatory effect on the isolated uterus of 97 mice. ⑷ Effect on cardiovascular: The infusion has inhibitory effect on isolated rabbit intestine and isolated frog heart in large amounts, and there is almost no effect on rabbit ear vascular perfusion. Intraperitoneal or intravenous injection of mice can reduce capillary permeability. The water extract of mugwort leaf can promote blood coagulation and antipyretic effect in rabbits.
【Nature and flavor and return to menstruation】Bitter, pungent, warm, non-toxic. Return to the three meridians of spleen, liver and kidney.