The agrimonia eupatoria or phonohra, known as asparagus, agrima, asproxanis, is a plant with small yellow flowers and has been known since ancient times by almost all peoples for its many properties. Dioskouridis baptized the agrimonia eupatoria “patron” to honor the king of Pontus, Mithridates because he had a lot of knowledge of herbal medicine.
The agrimonia eupatoria can be used as a tonic for the digestive system and is considered a plant that heals wounds and diseases. The plant is astringent and healing in wounds, swellings, bruises and sprains.
The agrimonia eupatoria is also indicated for indigestion, urinary incontinence and cystitis and for treating classical colds and nasal discharge. Remember to use it in cases of tonsillitis and throat problems.
Today it is rated as a herbal remedy for chronic pharyngitis, rheumatism and arthritis.
*The information about the herbs’ origin and their healing effects, which Olivenflower provide to the consumer, are merely for instructive purposes, but it cannot substitute for the opinion of a doctor.