Sweet wormwood is a very powerful anti-virus drug


Throughout human history, humans have successfully used plant intelligence. Humans and plants in the ecosystem are connected on all dimensions. The human world is a harmonious intertwining of subtle elements. The year 2020 showed new challenges for the world and people. She showed that only plants provide man with a strong defense mechanism against disease. Thus, the positive effect of sweet wormwood on the coronavirus was confirmed. Media around the world spread the news that scientists from Columbia University in New York, the University of Washington and the Worchester Polytechnic Institute published on Tuesday, January 12, 2021. Sweet wormwood extracts inhibit the reproduction of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the causative agent of COVID-19!
Phytotherapists and apitherapists even associate sweet wormwood with black cumin oil to potentiate the antiviral and antibacterial power of black cumin. Sweet wormwood and black cumin oil together successfully work against viruses, bacteria, fungi and other pathogens that threaten the proper functioning of our body. Sweet wormwood macerate in cold-pressed black cumin oil represents a synergy of the two plants. These plants are strong immunomodulators, so they are used in the fight against the most serious diseases.
Black cumin oil best extracts the best from sweet wormwood, such as artemisinin, camphor, carvacrol and leuteolin. The oil stimulates the patrolling of immune system cells in search of invasive organisms (viruses, bacteria, fungi) or abnormal cancer cells. It then triggers an increase in the activity of macrophages (cells that destroy abnormal cells) and helper T-cells that direct killer cells to their targets.



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