Working with Agrimony
Agrimony is a mild astringent and is used for chronic and acute diarrhea, hemorrhage, and leukorrea. Gargling with agrimony tea is helpful for mouth sores. It has a beneficial effect on the stomach, large intestine, liver, and gallbladder and is useful for stimulating the appetite.
Agrimony has a taste of BITTER, ACRID and a temperature of NEUTRAL.
Conditions treated with Agrimony
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