Agrimony has long been used by herbalists to heal wounds as it stanches bleeding and encourages clot formation.
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Agrimony has long been used by herbalists to heal wounds as it staunches bleeding and encourages clot formation. An astringent and mild bitter, it is also a helpful remedy for diarrhoea and a gentle tonic for the entire digestion system. Combined with other herbs such as Cornsilk, it can be a valuable remedy for cystitis and urinary incontinence, and has also been used for kidney stones, sore throats, hoarseness, rheumatism and arthritis.
|Botanical Name||Agrimonia eupatoria|
|Organic Status||Certified Organic|
|Country of Origin||Poland|
|Plant Part||Dried Aerials|
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