Artemisia Powder (100%) 50g

This 100% Japanese artemisia powder (from the region of Tokushima), is the very best of its kind on the market.

More details

More info

NISKOS1

7.30€ TTC

Mugwort is best known for its medicinal properties for the relief of digestive problems, to reduce cholesterol, to eliminate toxins from the body and externally for sore muscles or varicose veins and dermatitis. It is used in the same way in Japan. But it is also an essential ingredient for pastry chefs and independent confectioners, especially in the spring. When reduced to a powder and mixed with other ingredients, the mugwort has a fresh green colour. Its herbal notes are very popular with the Japanese. Mugwort is very popular for flavouring and colouring manjyu and yokan, biscuits, cookies, panna cotta, blancmanges, cakes, and even pasta or salt.

 

Applications :


Perfect combination :

It will perfectly suit the manufacturing of pastries, chocolates, pastas or milky beverages to which you want to bring a floral note and a vivid green color. Also used for marinating, the artemisia is said to soften poultry and game meats.

  • Weight 50g
  • Ingredients : 100% artemisia powder (Artemisia Princes) from Tokushima
  • Packaging : sachet
  • Storage : keep away from heat and humidity
  • Origin : Shiga, Japan
  • Nutritional values : Per 100 g : energy 377 kcal (1598 kJ) ; fat 2,5 g, of which saturates 0,3 g ; carbohydrate 79 g, of which sugars 6,8 g ; protein 9,7 g ; salt traces.
Okyu(moxibustion) is a traditional Chinese herbal treatment, a type of heat therapy in which mogusa is burned on acupuncture point to warm and stimulate the body. Recently Kobayashi Shinise have established the ‘YOMOGI PROJECT’, cultivating artemisia in fields that had been abandoned and then developing and selling new yomogi products. What is Artemisia (Artemisia Princes)? Artemisia is called the ‘Queen Herb’ as it is claimed to be in curing any kind of illness. It can be drunk, put on your skin or simply burn as incense. It can even be used for an herbal bath. Artemisia has the amazing ability to grow and thrive anywhere, it only needs sunshine. Even if stepped on or partly torn off, it can still survive. It is said that in very ancient times, people used to eat it to borrow its strong ability to survive. Artemisia cooking For cooking, artemisia is well known as seasonal spring ingredients. The popular usage is for Japanese sweets such as Manjyu and Yokan. The colour is of a very fresh green, so it can be used for bread, cookie dough and noodles. Expected effect on health - It helps regulate your intestinal functions (Artemisia contains about 10 times as much dietary fibre as spinach). - It also contains chlorophyll. The size of the chlorophyll’s fibres is 1/5000 of dietary fibres. It helps remove dioxins, residual unhealthy chemicals and toxins from body. - It helps lower cholesterol in blood - It helps remove contaminants from blood - Also it has an antibacterial effect, which helps treat allergic issues such as atopic dermatitis, and homeostasis of cuts, scrapes or other skin issues etc…

No customer comments for the moment.

Write your review

Artemisia Powder (100%) 50g

Artemisia Powder (100%) 50g

This 100% Japanese artemisia powder (from the region of Tokushima), is the very best of its kind on the market.

Write your review