Definition of Common mugwort
1. Noun. European tufted aromatic perennial herb having hairy red or purple stems and dark green leaves downy white below and red-brown florets.
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Literary usage of Common mugwort
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1. The Works of Thomas Sydenham, M.D. by Thomas Sydenham (1850)
"Wash down with four ounces of the following infusion: R Gentian root, Broom-tops, Lesser centaury, common mugwort, aa a handful; Fennel-seed, Rock-parsley ..."
2. A Manual of Weeds: With Descriptions of All the Most Pernicious and by Ada Eljiva Georgia (1914)
"Or the roots may be starved by successive close cutting throughout the growing season. Fio. 345. — common mugwort (Artemisia ..."
3. Handbook of the Wild and Cultivated Flowering Plants by Chester Arthur Darling (1912)
"1 a Segments of leaves linear 2 b Segments of leaves oblong, lanceolate, or ovate 4 2 a Leaves white-woolly beneath common mugwort. (A. vulgaris. ..."
4. The Analyst: A Quarterly Journal of Science, Literature, Natural History by William Holl, Neville Wood, Edward Mammatt (1837)
"... for believing that the common Mugwort was the plant which the Carian " queene adopted for her own herbe/' and administered it, with beneficial effects, ..."
5. The History of Japan: Together with a Description of the Kingdom of Siam by Engelbert Kaempfer, Simon Delboe, Hamond Gibben, William Ramsden (1906)
"It is made of the dry leaves of the Artemisia vulgaris latifolia, or common mugwort with broad leaves, which are pluck'd off, when the Plant is very young ..."