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Wormwood (Artemisia Absintium)

Wormwood is native to the Mediterranean and central Europe. Introduced to North America from Newfoundland, and now naturalized in many parts of the northeastern United States and Canada. Called Absinthium by the Romans for the latin word absinthial meaning "bitter". The name Wormwood may have come from the Anglo-Saxon word wermode meaning "waremood" or "mind preserver", or the Greek word apsinthion meaning "undrinkable" (because of its bitter taste). Wormwood has been used medicinally to expel intestinal worms for over 3500 years.

Zhi Shi (Citrus Aurantium)

Zhi Shi is the traditional Chinese medicine name for the immature, unripe fruit of a citrus family plant (tree) called Citrus Aurantium. This fruit is a rich source of vitamins and minerals, and contains other substances that facilitate weight loss and additional healthy benefits.

Zhi Shi contains synephrine, tyramine, octopamine, hordenine and n-methyltyramine.

These constituents, especially the active ingredient synephrine, act as a mild stimulant that boosts the metabolic rate of fat and increases energy.

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