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The common mugwort grows between 60 cm and 2 meters high. With its yellow-white-brown flowers, it is often found on stony to clayey soils, such as embankments, roadsides and gravel sites. The release of the pollen usually happens in the morning between 6 and 11 a.m. and is spread by the wind. Because of its spicy aroma, mugwort is often used in the kitchen as a seasoning for a wide variety of dishes.
The flowering period is between July and September, depending on the weather. Allergy sufferers often show the typical symptoms of hay fever in late summer.
Cross-reactions are most common with ragweed. However, cross-reactions to related grasses and certain spices, fruits or vegetables are also possible, such as chamomile, dandelion, goldenrod, chrysanthemum, daisy, gerbera, oregano, basil, caraway, fennel, dill, mustard, celery, carrot, marjoram, thyme, peach, melon, banana.