In the desert areas of our country is a different wormwood: lemon wormwood, scented wormwood. Grown in loose sandy soils, resistant to drought and cold. The plant blooms and bears fruit in August-September. Herbs serve as raw materials for medicinal purposes. It should be pruned while the plant is flowering. Raw materials should be dried at sunset. Wormwood contains flavonoids, coumarins, lactones, alkaloids, and saponins. In Turkmen folk medicine, herbs and tinctures made from herbs are a remedy used since ancient times. The ointment is also used to gargle the throat under pressure. One tablespoon (15g) of the herb is tossed in a glass (200 ml) of boiled grass, boil in a low heat pan for 10 minutes, then strain. Ready powder should be taken daily in the morning and in the evening in half a glass (100 ml). To gargle the throat, apply 5 grams of dry grass to a glass of boiling water, take a breath, strain and apply gently 3 times a day.