Project Profile at a Glance
  • Artemisia is a large, diverse genus of plants with about 180 species belonging to the daisy family (Asteraceae). It comprises hardy herbs and sub-shrubs known for their volatile oils.
  • They grow in temperate climates of the Northern Hemisphere,usually in dry or semi-dry habitats. The fern-like leaves of many species are covered with white hairs.
  • It contains many well known species, such as Roman wormwood, Sagebrush, Tarragon, Mugwort and Southernwood. The aromatic leaves of many of these species are medicinal, some are used for flavoring, and some are important range species. All types of wormwood have an extremely bitter taste.
  • Until recently, Artremisia annua has been grown primarily for its aromatic foliage and its use in dried arrangements, wreaths and potpourri. Commonly called ‘Sweet Annie'. Bend the green stems with yellow flowers into wreath forms and dry for further decoration.
  • Artemisia annua reseeds freely and tolerates even poor growing conditions. Currently, Artemisia annua is under investigation for its potential use in the treatment of malaria and other mosquito bourn diseases.
  • Wormwood or Absinthe(Artemisia absinthium) is a potent herb that has been used in various tonic wines and teas and as an aid to digestion.
  • It is also used in the bitter aperitif Campari. It is applied as a diluted tincture, or as a strong tea, or in a compress to heal bruises or ease the pain of falls or accidents.
  • There are hundreds of growers throughout North America that have 1/4 to 1/2 acre rows of this perennial for the dried floral trade.
  • Essential oils of A. annua can be extracted via steam distillation in units similar to that used in the commercial distillation of peppermint and spearmint.
  • The leading suppliers to the EU were Italy, France, Spain, Ireland, Switzerland and Germany, together supplying more than 80 percent of the imported value of medicinal &vegetable saps & extracts by EU member countries.
  • The establishment of a plant for Artemisia plant processing for malaria and hemorrhoid medicine with a capacity of 75 tonnes per annum
General Info
  • Artemisia
  • Garden-Worthy
  • Artemisia Tridentata
  • Artemisia Californica
  • Artemisia Cana Pursh
  • Aglycones
  • Secondary Metabolites


  • Wormwoods
  • Artemisia Annua
  • Afra Herba
  • Greek Goddess Artemisia


  • Local Agriculture -Tanzania
  • Vegetation Distribution
  • Sagebrush Habitats
  • Artemisinin Production
  • Artemisia Umbelliformis
  • Post-Harvest
  • Annua Cultivation-India
  • Antimalarial Drug
  • Growth Dynamics
  • Hairy Roots


  • Artemisia Combination
  • Wormwood Supplements
  • Alta Baby Artemisia Table
  • Artemisia Vulgaris
  • Artemisia Shampoo
  • Artemisia Absinthium
  • Artemisia Annua

Processing and Oil Extraction

  • Debearder Processing
  • Artificial Polyploidy
  • Making Herbal Tincture
  • Anthelmintic Activity
  • Artemisia Indica
  • Artemisia Dracunculus
  • Three Methods
  • Artemisia Arborescens-Essential Oil
  • Artemisia Annua Extract
  • Davana Oil
  • Genomic DNA Isolation
  • Medicinal Plant Chemistry
  • Supercritical Fluids

Herbal Treatment

  • Artemisia Annua
  • Plants Against Malaria
  • Herb Clip
  • Artemisinin
  • Chinese Medicine
  • PhytoArtemisinin


  • Sagebrush-US
  • Selecting Horticultural Plant Material
  • Malaria Treatment-WHO
  • Artemisia Campestris
Marketing and Cost Estimation
  • Pharmaceuticals-EU
  • Wholesale Catalog
  • Industrial Crops Network
  • Partnering
  • Antimalarial Drugs
  • Financing Requirements
  • Sustainable Development


  • Ganzhou Qianfa Health Care Products
  • Skymax Laboratories
  • Guangxi
  • Plethico Pharmaceuticals Limited
  • Exporters India
  • Armenia
  • Artemisia Botanicals
  • Companies’ Catalogue
  • Well-Sweep Herb Farm
  • Applied Analysis
  • Dietary Supplement
  • The establishment of a plant for Artemisia plant processing for malaria and hemorrhoid medicine with a capacity of 75 tonnes per annum