Sharp Penetrating Bitter
A truly humble spirit humbles itself as much amid honors as amid insults, acting like the honeybee which makes its honey equally as well from the dew that falls on the wormwood as from that which falls on the rose. Vincent de Paul
Shepherdess Celeste grows Wormwood in her garden but it can be easily wildcrafted in Western Montana. When wildcrafting always remember the environment and do not over harvest to protect the species. Wormwood is very prolific so it will endure.
You can use Wormwood for many things. I use mine in Absinthe. Historically it has been used to treat malaria.
I try it quickly to preserve the volatile oils in the mossy silver green leaves.