Agrimony

Scientific Name: Agrimonia eupatoria

Common Names: Common agrimony, church steeples or sticklewort

Family: Rosaceae

Part Used: Aerial parts

Habitat: Agrimony is native to Europe, but can also be found in temperate climate in most parts of the Northern hemisphere.

Agrimony tea is soothing and good for sore throats. It is sometimes used by singers to gargle with. This herb is used to refresh and clear the throat. Agrimony is sometimes used for loose bowels as well. This herb is sometimes prescribed for fevers, digestive and bowel troubles, coughs and asthma. It can be used externally for skin sores.

CAUTION: This herb may make the skin more sensitive to sunlight and may increase the risk of sunburn. Do not take if pregnant or nursing or if you are planning to have surgery within two weeks.

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