Wormwood oil has an herbaceous, green, sharp, and fresh top note. The aroma is reminiscent of cedar leaf oil, but not as sweet and more dry and woody in the body note. Although wormwood is typically known for its use in absinthe liquor, it has also been used in Traditional Chinese medicine and is believed to have pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties. Wormwood is commonly found in lotions, ointments, supplements, and herbal tea blends.
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