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(Agrimonia eupatoria L)
Agrimonia grows throughout Britain, Europe, Asia and North America along roadsides, wasteland, hedges and banks. A perennial, this dark green plant has fine soft hairs. Small 5 petal yellow flowers cover the 2 to 3 foot stalk. Its narrow leaves have serrated edges. The star shaped flowers have a slight spicy fragrance.
Common agrimony, Burr marigold, Cockleburr, Church steeples, Liverwort, Sticklewort
Uses:Male impotence, kidney, liver, spleen, bladder and irritable bowel syndrome. As a poultice it is good for wounds, bruises, boils and ulcers.
Poultice: Use fresh leaves and roots boiled in small amount of water. Cook until material is limp and water has mostly evaporated. Use as hot as can be tolerated with out burning.
Infusion: Can drink as much as you like. In a pint of boiling water add 1 ounce of dried leaves and steep. You may add honey if you like.
Powder: You may take 1 tsp. to 1 tbsp. dissolved in liquid a day.