The ancients ascribed this herb to Jupiter in Cancer, probably due to its healing effects on the digestive system.
The bitter principles of Agrimony are well suited for treating indigestion and mild diarrhea while helping afflictions of the liver and gallbladder.
An excellent blood cleanser that tones the entire digestive system and aids the assimilation of food.
In the old days it was often used as a spring tonic and blood cleanser, effective in clearing skin of eruptions caused by liver congestion and sluggish digestion.
Agrimony is also most useful for flushing out kidney gravel and uric acid deposits in conditions such arthritis and gout.
Native Americans successfully used it to treat fevers, while Europeans employed it in herbal teas for colds and coughs, especially if accompanied by sore throat and hoarseness.
Herbs have been used from the beginning of time.
Animals instinctively learned to use different plants for their own healing and strengthening.
Man has also used herbs to treat his illnesses for thousands of years and the usage of herbs by humans has been documented in all major ancient civilizations.
Herbalists believe that herbs put the body in tune with nature.
In ancient times, herbalism was a mixture of medicine and magic.
Herbs have been used in magical rituals for centuries by women and men alike and are one of the main tools of wizards and witches.