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Agrimony | 500g LOOSE

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BrandJustIngredients
Manufacturer reference09AG_500g
Manufacturer/ProducerJustIngredients
  
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ASINB00791D4GU
Best Sellers Rank 114,678 in Grocery (See top 100)
Shipping Weight549 g
Date First Available14 Feb 2012
  
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Product Description

Product: Agrimony

Latin Name: Agrimonia eupatoria

Plant Family: Rosaceae

Other Names: Common Agrimony, Cocklebur, Stickwort, Yellow Agrimony, Eupator’s Agrimony, Garclive & Church Steeples.

Description: Native to Europe, north Africa and Asia this perennial herb is a member of the rose famly, it grows to a height of 50-60 cm producing slender yellow spires of small star-like flowers and has pinnate dark green, hairy leaves with a white downy underside.

Brief History: Agrimony has the reputation historically for being somewhat of a panacea for all ills. Pliny the elder described it as a ‘herb of sovereign power’. The ancient Greeks used it to treat problems with the eyes and the kidneys, whilst the Anglo-Saxons made a solution from the leaves and seeds for healing wounds; this use continued well into the 15th century when the French used eau d’arquebusade or "musket-shot water" to treat their wounded on the battlefields.


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