What is Artemisinin?
Artemisinin is a natural compound in the sesquiterpene lactone compound class. In nature, it has been isolated from sweet wormwood species like Artemisia annua and Artemisia apiacea Hance.
Main use of Artemisinin is its use against malaria. It has been used in various artemisinin-based combination therapies.
It is also used for parasitic worm infections, as its main advantage is that it is able to inhibit every part of the life-cycle of the parasite.
World Health Organisation advises not to use artemisinin in monotherapy, as it might build malaria resistance to this drug.
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