Absinthe is a wayside plant, native to Europe. Absinthium means "without sweetness". Macerated in alcohol, absinthe – the popular 19th century alcoholic beverage – was described as a shamanic infusion, a magic potion, an alchemical drink or elixir because of its effect on melancholy, lead poisoning and madness. Absinthe has a very bitter taste and it is used as a brew for cleansing sores and ulcers. The essential absinthe oil is also used due to its anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties. It is said that absinthe preparations have been used externally against poor healing wounds and insect bites.
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