Absinth Indian Elements
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The use of Absinthe Absinthium (wormwood) dates back thousands of years. Ancient Egypt (civilization) 3300 BC. used these herbs to combat the ailment "Uka", which remains a mystery to this day. In the bible there is also talk of Alsem (wormwood). This herb has a history of use and not just consumption. In the pre-Christian era, Wormwood would also be used for cremation. The Absinthe Absinthium was laid round about and on the stake. The reason this was done may be due to the hallucinogenic effects of Absinthe. These effects could be interpreted as getting into contact with the afterlife. Absinthe has a calming effect and subtly stimulates creativity. In combination with alcohol or in large quantities, Absinthe can result in hallucinogenic experiences.
Artemisia Absinthium (wormwood).Effects
- Absinthe has a calming effect and subtly stimulates creativity.
- In combination with alcohol or in large quantities, Absinth can result in hallucinogenic experiences.
Add 40 grams to a bottle (0.7 liter) of vodka (or other alcoholic drink) . Let it infuse for 2 weeks. Strain the drink and it is ready to use. If you made absinthe, try a small glass of the drink first. Then wait an hour to notice the effects. If you want to make a tea, add 1 teaspoon to a cup of hot water and let it steep for 15 minutes. Do not use this product regularly and do not take more than 1 gram per day.Storage advice
Keep this product in a cool and dark place, such as a kitchen cupboard and out of the reach of children.Content
Absinth Indian Elements - 50 grams.Warning
Absinthe can be dangerous to health when combined with certain medicines, drugs, excessive use of alcohol or with MAO inhibitors. Are you on medication? Always consult your doctor first and read the package insert of your medication to prevent health risks. Also, do not use Absinthe if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Handle Absinthe responsibly and therefore do not participate in traffic.