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      Absinth - 50 grams

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      Product description

      • Net quantity: 50 grams
      • Dosage: 1 gram per day
      • Effect: Psychedelic and calming


      Absinth contains an extract of Wormwood herb. This little plant has acquired an almost mythical status over the centuries. We know the herb mainly from the infamous alcoholic drink Absinthe, which was popular among several famous painters. Yet Wormwood herb is still used in many other ways to this day. Indeed, it has some special properties.

      Absinth herbs, for instance, can have a positive effect on digestion and also stimulate appetite. Because of its calming effect, this herb is also used to relax with. And why did painters find it so interesting? Perhaps because Absinth has the property of stimulating creativity and even inducing hallucinations!

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      Indian Elements' Absinth herbs contain an extract of the Artemisia Absinthium. This plant is also known as Wormwood herb or simply Absinth. Wormwood is found in large parts of Europe including the Netherlands, although it is quite rare here. The plant can grow about 60-120 cm tall and can be recognised by its greyish leaves. When in bloom, yellow flowers appear.

      Various properties have been attributed to Absinthe for centuries. In ancient times, it was already believed that the plant could be used as a general remedy to improve health. Romans and pilgrims also put the herb in their footwear on long trips. After all, it would help prevent foot pain and infections. In modern history, Wormwood is mainly known as an ingredient of alcoholic drinks and the stories that go with them. The drink Absinthe, for instance, was loved by famous painters such as Van Gogh. Because it was believed that the herb contained a toxic amount of Thujone, the drink was banned for a while. In retrospect, this proved to be unjustified, but the infamous stories still exist.

      Today Absinth is very popular again. The herb has a very bitter taste. This immediately explains why it has such a beneficial effect on the gastrointestinal system. In fact, bitters are known to stimulate digestion, induce appetite and generally have a positive effect on bowel movements. Indian Elements Absinth herbs can also be used to unwind for a while as they provide a relaxed and peaceful feeling. In some users creativity is greatly enhanced, hallucinations may also occur (mainly in combinations with alcohol).


      • Absinthe flower (Artemisia Absinthium)

      About Indian Elements

      Indian Elements has a wide range of great herbs and herbal blends. Each of these versatile products has unique properties. Whether you are looking for extra energy, a natural trip or just want to relax: Indian Elements is for you. Easy to use, 100% natural and 100% vegan.


      Use over 18 years of age. Keep out of reach of children.

      Do not use this remedy regularly. Driving is strongly discouraged when under the influence of Absinth. People with kidney or heart problems, high or low blood pressure, diabetes and people under the influence of medicines or drugs are definitely not advised to use it. This herb is not a medicine. This herb is a food supplement and should be used as such. Do not buy or sell if the seal is broken.


      50 g
      Maximum 1 gram per day
      Psychedelic and soothing

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