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Agrimony

Other Names: Agrimony, Harvest Lice, Rat's Tail, Cocklebur, Church Steeples, Liverwort, Stickweed, Sticklewort. Cockeburr, Cockleburr, Clot Bur, Fairy's Wand, Aaron's Wand, Agrimonia eupatotia,
Traditional Usages: Coughs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Nose Bleed, Gargle for Sore Throat, Bed-wetting, Diarrhea, Incontinence, Cancer, Eye Problems, Mouth Ulcers, Athlete's Foot, Bathing Wounds and Skin Conditions, Stings and Snake Bites, Anti-Aging, Worms, Stress, Liver Conditions, Tonic, Gallbladder Conditions, Compress for Boils, Douche for Trichomonas Vaginalis
Resources: Britain, Europe, Asia, Africa, Canada, North America
Parts Used: Leaves, Flowers, Stems
Administration Methods: Herb or Herb Powder for Teas, Herbal preparations for internal and external use.
Herb Action: Astringent
Health Warning: Always consult with your doctor before taking Agrimony


Agrimony - Herbal remedy for Uterine Bleeding: Agrimony is used to stop excessive menstrual bleeding. It stops bleeding and bruising by promoting blood clotting. To make a tea use 1 teaspoon of dried herb for each cup hot water. The longer you let it infuse, the more tannin is extracted.  Drink 2 to 3 cups per day.


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