Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) medicinal herb is a plant that is native to Brazil and Africa and it is now commonly grown in North and Central America. Also referred to as hemp, it is a perennial herb of the Rosaceae family, also called the rose family.
The common names are Agrimonia eupatoria, Stickwort, Sticklewort, Church Steeples, Agrimonia as well as
Cocklebur. The medicinal properties are astringent, diuretic, tonic cholagogue, coagulant, vermifuge hepatic and
It contains flavonoids, antioxidants, tannins and Vitamin B complex, volatile oil, bitter principle, Vitamin C as well as Vitamin K.
Anyone who has a busy schedule would do well to take this herb because it may keep you alert, active, energized and strengthened. It is seen as part of the Bach flower remedy.
It is a very good alternative herbal remedy to treat and prevent ailments such as cancer, jaundice, liver conditions, stress, tensions, gallbladder conditions, bedwetting, cuts and bruises (both inside and outside) and also skin ailments, diarrhea as well as hemorrhoids, sore throat and fever. It works extremely well relating to ailments of the stomach, liver as well as the kidneys.
Seen as a tonic, it is also a good herbal remedy for impure blood. It can cleanse the blood and also the liver and in addition it will strengthen the liver. It was one of the primary medicinal herbs used to treat wounds of those who were fighting in a war. Currently, it is still very effective to treat sores, cuts and bruises.
This medicinal herb is also an effective alternative medicine for women who trouble with heavy menstruation flow, especially when this condition is caused by endometriosis. It is able to decrease the flow which will be of great help to many women worldwide, who suffer tremendously from this condition.
It is a very powerful medicinal plant and if you are struggling with hair problems it has been seen as an answer to many women's cry who would love to acquire longer and healthier hair. It is deemed a natural remedy for hair growth and ladies who desire longer hair, like myself may find it very beneficial indeed. An oil can be extracted from it which may also be used in the hair.
As the Bible reminds us that if a woman has long hair, it is her glory. For her hair is given to her for a covering. This plant will aid in a woman's dream of longer hair.
The tea has been used as a medicinal rinse and also as a gargle for
an inflamed mouth and throat, in addition to the treatment of
the spleen and the gallbladder. The preferred dosage is two to three teaspoonfuls of the dried
leaves to a cup of boiling water to make agrimony tea that can be taken once