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Bitter tonic, carminative, anthelmintic, anti-inflammatory, stomachic, insecticide.
A very bitter herb but horses will eat it readily in the paddock makes it ideal as a digestive aid and to stimulate appetite
As the name sugests it is reported to a powerful worm expellant, especially roundworm, pinworms and threadworm.
Used externally as an insecticidal for lice and mange.
CAUTION -Do not use on pregnant mares