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What is the wormwood plant used for?
Wormwood is an herb. The above-ground plant parts and oil are used for medicine. Wormwood is used for various digestion problems such as loss of appetite, upset stomach, gall bladder disease, and intestinal spasms.
Can you grow wormwood?
Grow wormwood or sweet Annie plant in a sunny location and well-drained soil. This plant doesn't like being overly wet. Wormwood is generally planted in spring. If starting plants from seeds, sow the small seeds in flats and set the seedlings out in the garden well after the last frost in spring.
What does wormwood smell like?
You can smell the Wormwood pile before you see it. Rich and aromatic. ... Wormwood smells like a savory herb. The sort of herb that you'd smell wafting in from your kitchen.
What cleaners kill pinworms?
Two good remedies for pinworms are Antiminth and Vermox. Each is taken in a single dose. All members of a household should take one of these medicines at the same time, to avoid reinfecting someone after they've been treated.
Can I send my child to school with pinworms?
Children suspected of having pinworms should not go to school until they have been treated. During and after treatment, any bedding or clothing of the infected person should be washed in very hot water.
Can you get pinworms from sharing a bed?
Pinworm infection is spread by the fecal-oral route, that is by the transfer of infective pinworm eggs from the anus to someone's mouth, either directly by hand or indirectly through contaminated clothing, bedding, food, or other articles.
How long is someone contagious with pinworms?
When and for how long is a person able to spread the disease? A person will remain infectious for as long as there are worms laying eggs on the skin around his or her rectum. Pinworm eggs can remain infectious in an indoor environment for two to three weeks.
Where did I get pinworms from?
Pinworms are spread when an infected person, most often a child, has scratched his/her bare anal area and the eggs get under his/her fingernails. Pinworms can then be spread in the following ways: By an infected child not washing hands after using the bathroom.
Why do I keep getting pinworms?
The cause of pinworm infection is inadequate hygiene. Eggs are transferred from the anus of an infected person to either their own mouth, re-infecting themselves, or another surface. If somebody else touches that contaminated surface and then touches their mouth, they may have ingested the eggs and can become infected.
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