Rich in thujone: Artemisia absinthium (wormwood)
The wormwood plant is a rich natural source of thujone, the fragrant, oily substance that is thought to enhance clarity of thought and improve cognitive abilities of the brain. (Photograph by: Henriette Kress)

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