AGRIMONY: Aids Liver & Gallbladder, Eliminate Toxins
√ Aids in Digestion
√ Bed Wetting
√ Belly Loss
√ Bladder Control
√ Bladder Infection (UTI)
√ Control Type 2 Diabetes
√ Detox Body
√ Hair and Nail Strength
√ Heavy Menstrual Bleeding
√ Improves Respiratory Health
√ Promotes Liver Health
√ Skin Health – Pimples & Skin Rashes
√ Sore throats
Preparation and Usage:
Tea: 1-3 Tablespoons dried Agrimony to 1 cup hot water. Steep for 5 minutes
Tincture: 1.5 oz. dried Agrimony to 12 oz. of 190 proof Alcohol. Soak in warm dark place for 8 weeks. Filter with a coffee filter. Dosage: 12-20 drops in juice or filtered water 2 times daily.
Detoxifies the Body: Agrimony is linked to liver and gallbladder health. By optimizing liver and gallbladder function, the body can more easily eliminate toxins preventing more serious health issues and promotes overall metabolic efficiency. Agrimony contains Agrimophol which expels parasites.
Aids in Digestion: As an anti-inflammatory agent, it is used to eliminate digestive and gastrointestinal issues, particularly diarrhea and other irritable bowel syndrome symptoms. By reducing irritation and inflammation in the membranes and tissues of the gut, it significantly soothes the stomach.
Improves Respiratory Health: Reducing inflammation in the gut, may also improve respiratory conditions that involve inflammation. Sore throats, chronic coughing, bronchitis, and other sinus issues, for colds, coughs, and flu. It can speed up the recovery and healing process.
Bladder Control: Agrimony is good bladder control for the old and the young, by eliminating bed-wetting and leakage.
Skin Health: Helps alleviate blemishes, pimples, rashes, acne, psoriasis, eczema, or any other skin conditions when applied topically or taken orally.
Other Healing Properties: Agrimony has a reputation for relieving jaundice and other liver complaints, healing peptic ulcers and supports the function of the liver and gallbladder.
It is a major herb which stops bleeding and is used to treat profuse menstruation. Indication is that Agrimony can increase coagulation of the blood by up to 50%.
Hair and Nail Strength: Silicic acid found in Agrimony boosts the strength, appearance, and overall health of the nails and hair, preventing easy breakage or a dull appearance.
Specifically for Children: Agrimony is a nontoxic astringent that is especially safe for children. It is commonly used as a digestive tonic that relieves diarrhea and colicky pains, the herb is particularly suitable for children’s illnesses. Agrimony helps bed-wetting in children.
Specifically for Women: Agrimony contains coagulant properties that is helpful for women suffering from heavy menstrual bleeding, it can increase coagulation of the blood by up to 50%. Agrimony helps with adult incontinence.
Specifically for Men: Agrimony helps with adult incontinence.
Contraindications: Safe and non-toxic in moderate amounts. Agrimony is an effective treatment for many forms of diarrhea, however, it can aggravate or exacerbate constipation.
Agrimony can cause certain susceptible individuals to experience the symptoms of photo dermatitis, which is a type of skin rash when exposed to direct sunlight making some people’s skin extra sensitive to sunlight and more likely to burn.
Agrimony can lower the blood pressure, do not consume when undergoing anticoagulant therapy or those under drug treatment for any high or low blood pressure problems.
Pregnant women and nursing mothers must avoid the use of these herbal Agrimony.
Agrimony might lower blood sugar levels. People with diabetes should monitor their blood glucose levels closely. If you have diabetes, it’s best to check with your healthcare provider before starting Agrimony.
Stop using Agrimony at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.
Suggested Tincture Dosage: 1-2 dropperful every two to three hours, then decreased as symptoms decrease.
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