Agrimony

Agrimonia spp.

Folk names: Garclave (Norse), Church Steeples, Stickwort

Old English Incantation

If it be leyd under mann's heed,​

He shal sleepyn as he were deed;

He shal never drede ne wakyn

Till fro under his heed it be takyn

 

Copied in 1931 by Maud Grieve

Besties: Mugwort and Agrimony

In spell work, these two herbs balance one another well and work to enhance each other's qualities.

Agrimony in Action

The Bat & Raven offers these products that utilize the properties of agrimony.

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Planet: Jupiter

Element: Water, Air

Gender: Masculine

Divinities:

  • St. Hildegard of Bingen (Benedictine Catholic)

Chakra: Solar plexus

Native to: Northern Hemisphere

Harvesting:

  • Leaves in Spring before flowering

  • Flowers in early summer

  • Burs in Late Summer

Uses:

  • Dried and Burned

  • Infusions

  • Spellwork

  • Tinctures

Magical Uses

  • Aids Understanding

  • Banish Negativity

  • Clarity

  • Clear Path

  • Knowledge

  • Lust

  • Overcome Fear or Blockages

  • Protection

  • Sleep

  • Treats the feeling of Mindlessness

Medicinal Uses

(This information has been collected from Gale Encyclopedia of Alternative Medicine as well as The Herbal Academy of New England, it has NOT been confirmed by Licensed Herbalist)

  • Alterative

  • Analgesic

  • Antidiarrheal

  • Anti-discharge

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Antipyretic

  • Antispasmodic

  • Aromatic

  • Astringent

  • Bitter

  • Carminative

  • Cholagogue

  • Digestive Stimulant

  • Diaphoretic

  • Diuretic

  • Expectorant

  • Hemostatic

  • Hepatic

  • Liver Tonic

  • Mucostatic

  • Refrigerant

  • Restorative

  • Tonic

  • Vulnerary

WARNING: Talk to your Doctor/Medical Professional before adding any Supplements, herbal teas, Infusions, etc. ​

Part of the reason that we list Medical Jargin is because many plants can interfere with or even counteract medications we already take or it can exacerbate ailments we already have. 

When talking to your Medical Professional, we suggest asking what "actions" an herb might do to interfere 

with your health, either positive of negative. For example, if you suffer from heartburn, a Cholagogue which creates more bile may not be advantagous. Too much of a good thing, eh?