Traditional and Modern Use of Agrimony

Flowers, leaves, and stems are harvested when the plant is in full bloom and brewed into refreshing tea drunk hot or cold.

Both the fresh and dried herb is used.

  • Scientific name: Agrimonia eupatoria
  • Family: Rosaceae

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2 thoughts on “Traditional and Modern Use of Agrimony

  1. I’d love to know more about the beneficial effects of these herbs. Have you tried researching and cross referencing to get more detailed information? Also the photo is such a close up I think it would be difficult to identify it from that picture.

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