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- Modern formulation of ancient healing botanical
- Liposomes may allow for rapid uptake
- Contains protective bitter compounds
Artemisinin is the active constituent of sweet wormwood, a well-known botanical also referred to as Artemisia annua or qinghao. It has long been used in ancient Chinese herbal healing traditions. Many plants have evolved defences against pests, insects and invaders. Artemisinin contains unique compounds which play an important role in protecting the herb under harsh conditions.
Artemisia annua synthesises powerful ‘bitter’ compounds—called sesquiterpene lactones—that protect it from invaders, insects, and pests. Bitter molecules are essential to our health. We have over two dozen specialised receptors that detect bitter molecules, lining our tongues, nose, sinuses, lungs, heart, intestines and more. Artemisinin, the active constituent in this formula, has a unique ability to form oxygen radicals, helping explain why it has been so popular with Chinese herbalists, dating back to ancient dynasties thousands of years old.
Because of the low bioavailability of traditional oral formulations of artemisinin, Dr. Christopher Shade, Ph.D., developed our liposomal artemisinin. Liposomal delivery systems protect molecules from breakdown while enabling more rapid uptake. In addition to exceptional absorption rates, these tiny liposomal and nanoemulsified particles increase diffusion across mucus membranes, enhance lymphatic circulation and delivery of nutrients.
Quicksilver Delivery Systems® utilise modern science to unleash the curative power of nature. With the world’s most advanced phospholipid delivery systems, Quicksilver Scientific supplements actually nourish your cells with phosphatidylcholine as they deliver their core effective ingredients faster and more efficiently.
Each 5mL of Artemisinin Emulsion delivers 40mg of Artemisinin. A serving size is 1 teaspoon. Each jar contains 24-40mg servings.
Store this product at room temperature. Do not refrigerate.
If pregnant, consult a physician before use.