Qing Hao, Sweet Sagewort, Annual Mugwort, Sweet Annie, Qinghao, Sweet Wormwood, Green Ginger, Annual Wormwood
|Type||Plant Part||Dosage||Specific use||Results||Ref|
|Chickens||leaves||1-5% of diet||anticoccidial||Artemisinin fed for 4 wk at levels of 2, 8.5, and 17 ppm significantly reduced oocyst output from separate E. acervulina and E. tenella infections and a dual species infection. Pure artemisinin thus appears to be effective against at least two coccidia species when used as a feed additive, and its activity may depend, in part, on the length of time it is administered before a challenge infection.||P Allen et al., 1997|
|Chickens||anticoccidial||significantly reduced oocyst output in free ranged broilers and thus may form part of a strategy to prevent commercial losses.||G deAlmeida et al., 2012|
|Chickens||1.00–1.25 g/kg of diet||heat stress||alleviated heat stress-induced growth depression and liver oxidative injury in broilers, possibly through improving the antioxidant capacity and regulating the pertinent mRNA expression.||X Wan et al., 2017|
|Chickens||1 g/kg||heat stress||Alleviated heat-stress-induced compromised growth performance and intestinal damage of broilers.||Z Song et al., 2018|
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