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It's not ceramic as they claim, it's a tin mug essentially! The white covering scratches off very easily too, so your mug looks scruffy after a short while. Mine went in the trash in the end, and I bought a Glowstone mug from the UK in the end. The Glowstone mug cost me more money, but it's much nicer and is fine bone China, so it tastes better, looks better and certainly won't scratch like this ember mug. Ember have gone for quantity over quality, and as they say, you get what you pay for. Ember have compromised on quality to make the mug cheap, but I'd rather pay more and have a superior product that will last. The Glowstone mug is far superior IMO. Legal Disclaimer Unless expressly indicated in the product description,  is not the manufacturer of the products sold on our website. While we work to ensure that product information on our website is correct, manufacturers may alter their product information. Actual product packaging and materials may contain more and/or different information than shown on our website. If you have any specific product queries, please contact the manufacturer. This notice does not affect your legal rights. For medicinal products, content on our website is not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition or to substitute advice given by medical practitioners, pharmacists or other licensed health care professionals. You should contact your health care provider immediately if you suspect that you have a medical problem. You should always read the labels, warnings and instructions provided with the product before using or consuming it and not solely rely on the information presented on our website.

This is something I'd like to sell over here in Sweden. Good job, first comprehensive review of the Ember. It cools and holds the temperature. Its not designed to heat your coffee. Its has about a 2 hour battery life. I havent seen anyone described it that way. No one has commented on the lid either. I look forward to your other reviews. Great review, thx. The phase changing material is only in the walls of the travel mug. The ceramic mug does not have phase changing material.

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Seems like a hassle. And is that cup avilabl in sodi arabia. CHECK OUT THE GLOWSTONE MUG AND THE CAULDRYN MOBILE BEFORE BUYING THE ABOVE. Mugwort is a common name for several species of aromatic plants in the genus Artemisia. In Europe, mugwort most often refers to the species Artemisia vulgaris, or common mugwort. While other species are sometimes referred to by more specific common names, they may be called simply "mugwort" in many contexts. Etymology [ edit] The Anglo-Saxon Nine Herbs Charm mentions mucgwyrt. A folk etymology, based on coincidental sounds, derives mugwort from the word "mug" more certainly, it has been used in flavoring drinks at least since the early Iron Age. [1] Other sources say mugwort is derived from the Old Norse muggi (meaning "marsh" and German wuertz ( wort in English, originally meaning "root. which refers to its use since ancient times to repel insects, especially moths. [2] The Old English word for mugwort is mucgwyrt where mucg- could be a variation of the Old English word for " midge. mycg. Wort comes from the Old English wyrt (root/herb/plant) which is related to the Old High German wurz (root) and the Old Norse urt (plant. 3] Species [ edit] Species in the genus Artemisia called mugwort include: Artemisia argyi – Chinese mugwort, used in traditional Chinese medicine Artemisia douglasiana – Douglas mugwort or California mugwort, native to western North America Artemisia glacialis – alpine mugwort Artemisia indica – Oriental mugwort Artemisia japonica – Japanese mugwort Artemisia lactiflora - White mugwort Artemisia norvegica – Norwegian mugwort Artemisia princeps – Korean mugwort ( ssuk) Japanese mugwort ( yomogi) used as a culinary herb and in traditional Chinese medicine. Artemisia stelleriana – hoary mugwort Artemisia verlotiorum – Chinese mugwort Artemisia vulgaris – common mugwort, used as a culinary herb and medicinally throughout the world Uses [ edit] Mugwort oil contains thujone, which is toxic in large amounts or under prolonged intake. Thujone is also present in Thuja plicata (western red cedar) from which the name is derived. The downy hairs on the underside of the leaves can be scraped off and used as effective tinder. [4] All parts of the plant contain essential oils with all-purpose insecticidal properties (especially in the killing of insect larvae. 5] 6] This is best used in a weak infusion, but use on garden plants is not recommended, as it also reduces plant growth. [7] Mugwort has been used therapeutically to relieve sleepiness. [8] Food [ edit] The leaves and buds, best picked shortly before mugwort flowers in July to September, can be used as a bitter flavoring agent to season fat, meat and fish. [9] Mugwort has also been used to flavor beer before the introduction of hops. [1] 10] Essential oil [ edit] The composition of mugwort essential oil can vary depending on the genus of plant selected, its habitat, as well as the part of the plant extracted and the season of its harvest. Its main components can include camphor, cineole, α- and β- thujone, artemisia ketone (CAS: 546-49-6) borneol and bornyl acetate as well as a wide variety of other phenols, terpenes and aliphatic compounds. [11] Medieval Europe [ edit] In the European Middle Ages, mugwort was used as a magical protective herb. Mugwort was used to repel insects – especially moths – from gardens. Mugwort has also been used from ancient times as a remedy against fatigue and to protect travelers against evil spirits and wild animals. Roman soldiers put mugwort in their sandals to protect their feet against fatigue. [12] Mugwort is one of the nine herbs invoked in the pagan Anglo-Saxon Nine Herbs Charm, recorded in the 10th century in the Lacnunga. [13] Grieve's Modern Herbal (1931) states that "in the Middle Ages, the plant was known as cingulum Sancti Johannis, it being believed that John the Baptist wore a girdle of it in the wilderness. a crown made from its sprays was worn on St. John's Eve to gain security from evil possession, and in Holland and Germany one of its names is 'St. John's plant' because of the belief that – if gathered on St. John's Eve – it gave protection against diseases and misfortunes. 14] In the Isle of Man, mugwort is known as bollan bane, and is still worn on the lapel at the Tynwald Day celebrations, which also have strong associations with St John. China [ edit] There are several references to the Chinese using mugwort in cuisine. The famous Chinese poet Sū Shì in the 11th century mentioned it in one of his poems. There are even older poems and songs that can be tracked back to 3 BC. It was often called lóuhāo ( 蒌蒿) or àicǎo ( 艾草) in Mandarin. Mugwort can be prepared as a cold dish or can be stir-fried with fresh or smoked meat. The Hakka Taiwanese also use it to make chhú-khak-ké ( 鼠麹粿) doughy sweet dumplings. Mugwort is also used as a flavoring and colorant for a seasonal rice dish. [15] In traditional Chinese medicine, mugwort is used in a pulverized and aged form – called moxa in English (from Japanese mogusa) – to perform moxibustion, that is, to burn on specific acupuncture points on the patient's body to achieve therapeutic effects. Germany [ edit] In Germany, known as Beifuß, it is mainly used to season goose, especially the roast goose traditionally eaten for Christmas. Japan [ edit] Mugwort – or yomogi ( 蓬) – is used in a number of Japanese dishes, including yōkan, a dessert, or kusa mochi, also known as yomogi mochi. Mugwort rice cakes, or kusa mochi are used for Japanese sweets called daifuku (literally 'great luck. To make these, take a small amount of mochi and stuff it or wrap it round a filling of fruit or sweetened adzuki (red bean) paste. Traditional daifuku can be pale green, white or pale pink and are covered in a fine layer of potato starch to prevent sticking. Mugwort is a vital ingredient of kusa mochi (rice cake with mugwort) and hishi mochi (lozenge rice cake) which is served at the Doll Festival in March. In addition, the fuzz on the underside of the mugwort leaves is gathered and used in moxibustion. In some regions in Japan, 16] there is an ancient custom of hanging yomogi and iris leaves together outside homes in order to keep evil spirits away. It is said that evil spirits dislike their smell. The juice is said to be effective at stopping bleeding, lowering fevers and purging the stomach of impurities. It can also be boiled and taken to relieve colds and coughs. Korea [ edit] In both North and South Korea, mugwort – ssuk ( 쑥) – is used in soups and salads. A traditional soup containing mugwort and clams is ssukguk ( 쑥국) made in spring from the young plants just before they bloom. Another dish is named ssukbeomul ( 쑥버물) in which the mugwort is mixed with rice flour, sugar, salt and water and is then steamed. It is a common ingredient in rice cakes, teas, soups, and pancakes. Known as a blood cleanser, it is believed to have different medicinal properties depending on the region it is collected in. In some regions, mugwort thins the blood, while in another region, it is claimed to have hallucinogenic properties, causing some to pass out from direct skin contact (dermal absorption) with the active chemicals. For this reason, some Koreans also wear a silk sleeve when picking mugwort plants. Its primary use, however, is in moxibustion. Mugwort is burned on pressure points of the body, much like acupuncture. Allergen [ edit] Mugwort pollen is one of the main sources of hay fever and allergic asthma in North Europe, North America and parts of Asia. [17] 18] Mugwort pollen generally travels less than 2, 000 meters. [19] The highest concentration of mugwort pollen is generally found between 9 and 11 am. The Finnish allergy association recommends tearing as a method of eradicating mugwort. [19] Tearing mugwort is known to lessen the effect of the allergy, since the pollen flies only a short distance. [19] Medicinal [ edit] A mugwort leaf with the pointed leaves characteristic of a mature plant The mugwort plant has been used as an anthelminthic, so it is sometimes confused with wormwood ( Artemisia absinthium. The plant, called nāgadamanī in Sanskrit, is used in Ayurveda for cardiac complaints as well as feelings of unease, unwellness, and general malaise. [20] In traditional Chinese medicine, there is a belief that moxibustion of mugwort is effective at increasing the cephalic positioning of fetuses who were in a breech position before the intervention. A Cochrane review in 2012 found that moxibustion may be beneficial in reducing the need for ECV, but stressed a need for well-designed randomised controlled trials to evaluate this usage. [21] Mugworts are used medicinally, especially in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean traditional medicine. One species, Artemisia argyi, is often called "mugwort" in the context of traditional Chinese medicine, or more specifically "Chinese mugwort" or àicǎo ( 艾草) in Mandarin. Artemisia princeps is Korean mugwort, known locally as ssuk ( 쑥. 22] It is also found in Japan, where it is known as yomogi ( ヨモギ. Indigenous peoples of North America used mugwort for a number of medicinal purposes. Strong, bitter-tasting pasture sagewort tea was taken to treat colds, and fevers. Mugwort was used in washes and salves to treat bruises, itching, sores, poison ivy, eczema and underarm or foot odour. The leaves were dried, crushed and used as a snuff to relieve congestion, nosebleeds and headaches. Tarragon plants were boiled to make washes and poultices for treating swollen feet and legs and snow blindness. Some tribes called western mugwort 'womens sage' because the leaf tea was taken to correct menstrual irregularity. It was taken to relieve indigestion, coughs, and chest infections. Western mugwort smoke was used to disinfect contaminated areas and revive patients from comas. Northern wormwood tea was taken to relieve difficulties with urination or bowel movements, to ease delivery of babies and to cause abortions. [23] See also [ edit] List of plants known as mugwort Epazote, a plant with a similar flavour profile used in North and South American cuisines. References [ edit] a b Edwards, Lin (17 January 2011. Brewery from 500 BC reveals its secrets. 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So, my wife was looking for a way to keep her coffee hot until she finished it which could be 20 mins. This is a great idea but does not work consistently enough to make it worth it. After 4 days we are frustrated with it and taking it back to Starbucks where we bought it. Not ready for prime time yet. Do not buy this mug. I've had 2 charging docs fail. What happens are the charging pins will collapse after a short period of first using it rendering your cup useless because you can't charge it when that happens. They sent me a replacement and the second charger, same thing happened after only a few days. Do not buy these cups.

Your traditional travel mug is a a travel mug. Big difference since it's made to keep things hot. 🤦‍♂️. In the Know Mugwort is not what you might think it is. In fact, if youre not into plant medicine, or magic, you might not even have heard of this underrated herb. But thats about to change … What Exactly is Mugwort? Several species of aromatic plants in the genus Artemisia are commonly named mugwort. In Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Traditional Medicine, mugworts are readily used for medicinal purposes. It is a prolific perennial plant that grows in both urban and wild areas. Mugworts benefits are huge, thus its thousands-of-years-long use. If you believe in magic, mugwort is bound to appeal to your intrigue with the mystical. Way back in the Middle Ages, Europeans used mugwort to protect travelers from evil spirits and wild animals. Today, Mugwort is extremely popular with herbalists. It is an herb profoundly connected to the feminine, dreaming, and life cycles. Practitioners incorporate mugwort into healing oils, and tinctures; they suggest infusing it in baths, and use it for moxibustion* sessions. What Does Mugwort Tea Taste Like? Though the cheerful greenish-gold tone invites you into a seemingly simple, smooth tea-drinking moment, looks here are deceiving. The truth is that this super important herb tastes, well, “bitter. ” But heres the deal: bitter isnt bad! Trust us. Those familiar with plant medicine are well aware that when the tongue tastes bitter, something powerful is taking place. Once you begin to feel the healing energy that mugwort lends, we believe youll begin to crave this ancient, powerful herbal remedy. Nonetheless, there is no doubt that while sipping this meaningful brew, youll know youre doing your body, and mind, a great service. How to Make Mugwort Tea: Heres some brewing ideas to consider: If you enjoy a more bitter tea, use one teabag for 8 ounces boiling water, and let steep a full 3-6 minutes. If bitter isnt your thing, try this: Drink several milder cups a day. For this route, pour boiling water over one teabag, and let soak for just a single minute. Or, fix a strong batch using 2-3 teabags in 16 ounces of boiling water. Add ice, and drink as an iced tea. Add sweetener of choice if desired. Precautions: Without enough long-term studies, pregnant and lactating women are advised to avoid mugwort. As always, we suggest that if you have any doubts, you check with your health care practitioner prior to consuming Buddha Teas Mugwort Tea. * Moxibustion: a traditional Chinese medicine therapy, which consists of burning dried mugwort on specific points of the body. Where to Buy Mugwort Tea? Unlike common blends of herbal tea, mugwort tea can be a little harder to find in local grocery stores. Buddha Teas offers a vast selection of hard-to-find herbal teas like mugwort tea at the best price available. With Buddha Teas youll be receiving 100% chemical free, organic herbal teas packaged in bleach-free tea bags. We know saving money is important to you, which is why we offer special bulk prices and even FREE shipping for orders of 50 or more. Buy today and take advantage of our coupon codes to save even more.

80. I'd consider getting it as a xmas gift if it was around 50. This was a great review that was balanced in it's approach. Thanks for taking the time to do this. Images Organic certification Brand new! Info Price Unit price UVP 2. 25  incl. 7. 0% VAT Shipping 5. free shipping from 50 Variations { list_position" 0, systype" article. name" Packet – organic. id" ART03-BIO. list_name" articlelist" Packet – conventional 1. 82  * Base Price 0. 06 /100 apx. 1. 99 { list_position" 1, systype" article. name" Packet – conventional. id" ART03. list_name" articlelist" Bulk quantity: 10 g - conventional 12. 10  * Base Price 121. 00 /100 gram apx. 13. 25 { list_position" 2, systype" article. name" Bulk quantity: 10 g - conventional. id" ART03-GM10. list_name" articlelist" Bulk quantity: 10 g - organic 21. 03  * Base Price 210. 30 /100 gram apx. 23. 03 { list_position" 3, systype" article. name" Bulk quantity: 10 g - organic. id" ART03-BIO-GM10. list_name" articlelist" Probably because of its stimulating effect on digestion, mugwort is a very popular condiment for roast goose in Germany, and used to season fat and greasy dishes in many regional cuisines. Also many other dishes are seasoned with the undemanding wild plant. Mugwort tea is used in many countries to cure women's diseases, and Midwives also used the plant since ancient times. It has the longest tradition as an incense herb, however - its use can be traced back to the Stone Age, and nowadays many mugwort species are still smoked as incense - for example, in Chinese medicine as a moxa herb. In the Middle Ages, before hops replaced it, mugwort was also frequently used to flavour beer. Package with 3000 mugwort seeds Details: Plant description & care Plant family: Asteraceae Plant height approx. 120 – 200 cm Flowering time: June July August September Flower colour: Brown Red Yellow Root system: Taproot Lifecycle: Perennial sunlight: full sun Sowing & cultivation Indoor pre-culture (seedling stage) March April May Sowing time outdoors: April May June Best germination temperature: 16 – 25 C Germination time in days: 14 – 30 Planting distance: 30 x 30 Pcs. Outdoor sowing is possible from March onwards: Cover seeds only slightly. When sowing in rows: keep a distance of approx. 30 cm. Mugwort requires sunny and slightly damp locations. Other names Botanical name: a. cannabifolia a. ruderalis artemisia vulgaris German names: beinweich besenkraut gänsekraut gürtlerkaurt jungfernkraut mugwurz sonnenwedel throwurz wilder wermut Details Item number ART03-BIO Brand Group: Seeds seed multiplication: Bio Seed quantity: 3, 000 Pcs. You'll find this product in the following categories The Good-To-Know Seeds A-Z Seed catalog A The Magic Ethnobotanicals Seeds The Beautiful Heirloom Flower & ornamental plant seeds The Beneficial Tea and infusion herbs Shamanic Plant Seeds Aromatherapy plants with high content in essential oils The Aromatic Herb Seeds The Unique Organic Pest Control Herb Seeds Incense Herb Seeds Wild herbaceous plants of Central Europe Halophyte, halophiles & salt plant seeds Wild culinary herbs This product is available as a part of following sets { list_position" null, systype" article. name" Packet – organic. id" ART03-BIO. list_name" detail" Payment You can pay via credit card, PayPal, SOFORT payment, bank transfer or cash (by registered mail. * Prices & Shipping Costs All prices include VAT. Based on the scope of delivery and weight of the individual articles, shipping costs are determined automatically and will be displayed during checkout. Please see: Shipping Terms and Charges EU agriculture DE‑ÖKO‑037 EU-Agriculture More information Copyright Plamundo GmbH 2010-2017.

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Overview Information Mugwort is a plant that grows in Asia, North America, and Northern Europe. The plant parts that grow above the ground and the root are used to make medicine. People take mugwort root as a “tonic” and to boost energy. People take the rest of the plant for stomach and intestinal conditions including colic, diarrhea, constipation, cramps, weak digestion, worm infestations, and persistent vomiting. Mugwort is also used to stimulate gastric juice and bile secretion. It is also used as a liver tonic; to promote circulation; and as a sedative. Other uses include treatment of hysteria, epilepsy, and convulsions in children. Women take mugwort for irregular periods and other menstrual problems. In combination with other ingredients, mugwort root is used for mental problems (psychoneuroses) ongoing fatigue and depression ( neurasthenia) depression, preoccupation with illness (hypochondria) general irritability, restlessness, trouble sleeping ( insomnia) and anxiety. Some people apply mugwort lotion directly to the skin to relieve itchiness caused by burn scars. How does it work? The chemicals in mugwort might stimulate the uterus. Uses & Effectiveness? Insufficient Evidence for Itching caused by scars, when applied to the affected skin. Developing research suggests that applying a lotion containing mugwort and menthol directly to the skin relieves itching in severe burn victims. Stomach problems ( colic, diarrhea, cramps, constipation, slow digestion, vomiting. Epilepsy. Irregular menstrual periods. Low energy. Anxiety. Other conditions. More evidence is needed to rate the effectiveness of mugwort for these uses. Side Effects & Safety There isn't enough information to know if mugwort is safe. Special Precautions & Warnings: Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Its LIKELY UNSAFE to use mugwort if you are pregnant. Mugwort might cause a miscarriage because it can start menstruation and also cause the uterus to contract. Not enough is known about the safety of taking mugwort if you are breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use. Allergies: Mugwort may cause an allergic reaction in individuals who are allergic to the Asteraceae/Compositae plant family. Members of this family include ragweed, chrysanthemums, marigolds, daisies, and many other herbs. Mugwort might also cause an allergic reaction in people who are allergic to birch, celery, or wild carrot. This has been called the “celery-carrot-mugwort-spice syndrome. ” There is also some concern that mugwort might cause allergic reactions in people with allergies to white mustard, honey, royal jelly, hazelnut, olive, latex, peach, kiwi, the Micronesian nut called Nangai, and other plants from the genus Artemisia, including sage. Mugwort pollen might cause reactions in people who are allergic to tobacco. Interactions? We currently have no information for MUGWORT Interactions.