What is Agrimonia eupatoria?

Agrimonia eupatoria is a kind of herbal plant, it is also called common agrimony, church steeples or sticklewort. Agrimony is a perennial herb having a dark green, hairy and rough stem with yellow flowers. The use of this herb goes back to the ancient Egyptians times where it was often drank as a tea to heal various health conditions.

Agrimonia eupatoria is what

Generally speaking, Agrimony grows in Europe, but can also be found in temperate climate in most parts of the Northern hemisphere.

Now many part of Agrimonia eupatoria can be used for medical porbose. The Aerial parts, grimony Flowers are common used nowadays.

According to scientific research, Agrimonia eupatoria contains tannins and flavonoids and has astringent properties. So it is usually used as supplement in a tea.

If you are going to use Agrimonia eupatoria. Also pay attention to its potential side effects. This herb can make the skin more sensitive to sunlight than usual and could increase the risk of sunburn. Do not take if pregnant or nursing or if you are planning to have surgery within two weeks as it could cause the blood not to clot well.