He had his cattle and his wild pot-herbs, such as the mugwort and the nettle.
The mugwort, or Wormwood as it is often called, is common all over the country.
Take three scruples each of mugwort, myrrh, gentian and pill.
At another time Winthrop had sent to him "bezoar stone, mugwort, orgaine, and galingall root."
Let her boil burnet, mugwort, feverfew and vervain in all her broths.
Ancient name of the mugwort, in memory of Artemisia, wife of Mausolus.
The stem of the mugwort is pale green, and has red ridges running from end to end.
Among herbs, the mugwort is considered to be truly the oldest.
It feeds on the flowers of wormwood and mugwort (Artemisia), from August to October.
mugwort, southernwood, and wormwood are still to be found in old gardens: they stand here side by side.