Agrimony Herb Cut & Sifted

Agrimony Herb Cut & Sifted

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The entire plant is very aromatic and has soft hairs growing on it in the spring. Because of its sweet aroma, many people have appreciated using it in drinks.

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information at a glance
approx cups to one pound9
active compoundsAgrimony contains a volatile oil which can be processed to yield tannin, and coumarins
plant part usedThe aerial parts of the herb, which includes the flowering tips and leaves
processingcut & sifted

buying & keeping

general guidelines and tips
storage tipsStore in a cool dark place in a tightly sealed container.
appearance & aromaLeafy with a sweet scent.


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cosmeticMake skin washes and throat gargles with strong water-based infusions of the herb. May also be used to make a poultice.
culinaryPrepare as tea, alone or in combination with other astringent herbs.
aromaticAdd to herb pillows and sachets.
safetyMay increase photosensitivity.

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flavor profile

cut & sifted
agrimony herb

Bitter due to astringent properties. Blend with orange peel or peppermint in teas to improve flavor.

formulas & recipes

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agrimony herb

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what else you should know

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agrimony herb

Agrimony, also known as cocklebur and liverwort, was well known to the ancient Greeks. In fact, the herb gets its genus name from the Greek word agremone, which refers to plants used to address cataracts of the eye. Its species name is in honor of Mithradates Eupator, King of Pontus, who developed a “universal antidote” to protect himself from all poisons.

Agrimony contains several active compounds, including ellagitannins, flavonoids, phytosterols and polysaccharides. Due to its bitter and astringent qualities, the herb is usually prepared as tea or applied topically to counter acne, rashes and other skin conditions.

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please be advised: 
Before making any changes to your diet you should always consult with your doctor,
especially if you are pregnant, nursing or have existing conditions.