Scientific Name: Agrimonia Eupatoria
Also known as Church Steeples, Stickwort, Philanthropos, and Cocklebur
Modern Uses: Today Agrimony is used for treatment of mild diarrhoea, inflamations of the mouth, and minor skin imflamations and wounds.
Agrimony can make some people's skin extra sensitive to sunlight and more likely to burn. Agrimony is POSSIBLY UNSAFE during pregnancy because it might affect the menstrual cycle. Agrimony might lower blood sugar levels.